The following links are provided for the information of our event management course participants, as well as event managers/coordinators in general.
Roads ACT have compiled this booklet to help event organisers plan and conduct their special events in a way that minimises the impact on the road network.
The Triathlon Event Operations Manual (EOM) is a reference manual for the conduct of sanctioned multi-sport events staged in Australia. The EOM is designed to assist event organisers to produce high quality events that are safe, fair and fun.
This Event Risk Management Plan is designed to assist event organisers plan and document their event. This plan also provides information the identification, assessment and management of risks associated with the operation for the event to Council for the event approval process. It also contains a useful diagram that provides an overview of the event risk management process.
This sample risk management plan is designed as a guide for event managers. It discussions matters associated with stakeholder engagement in risk planning, risk identification, assessing potential risks, evaluating and treating risks and the development of a risk action plan.
This publication provides an example of the range of documentation required by local councils prior to the conduct of an event. Additionally, it includes several useful checklists associated with event planning and risk management.
Sustainable Events are becoming commonplace nationally and globally, as public expectation increases for lower carbon emissions and less environmental impacts. They provide a better experience for patrons and demonstrate a commitment to environmental sustainability. All areas of event management provide opportunities to make environmental and cost savings and these guidelines are designed to assist you to make your event more sustainable.
This toolkit is designed for people in the Gascoyne region who currently organise festivals and events. Festivals and events are very important to the Region as they showcase the unique aspects of the Region’s culture and promote positive messages to our visitors. They also contribute to local communities by providing opportunities for economic growth and fostering community spirit.
An overview of key tasks associated with general event planning.
More helpful event planning resources and event management books
About Event Training Australia
Event Training Australia (ETA) has its origins in the recently closed Australian Event Award winning Australian Centre for Event Management (ACEM), University of Technology, Sydney.
ETA was established to continue, and build upon, ACEM’s event training and education legacy. As such, ETA draws on over 20 years of experience in the development of innovative practice-based education and training programs in the event management field. These programs span one-day workshops to Masters level university courses. ETA’s understanding of ‘best practice’ event management is further reflected in its founder’s (Dr Rob Harris) co-authoring of the widely used texts and handbooks – Festival and Special Event Management, Event Management and the Regional Event Management Handbook.
DISCLAIMER : The resources on this page has been provided for general information purposes only. Event Training Australia (ETA) is not responsible for their content or the guidance they provide. Should a link not function, please advise us (firstname.lastname@example.org) so that we may take appropriate action.