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Wedding Planner and Event Management Level 3

Open Study College
Course summary
649 GBP
English
Distance
e-learning / Online / Distance

Course description

Wedding Planner

Level 3:

 

Unit 1: The Role of the Wedding Planner

  • Communication
  • Organisation skills
  • People management
  • Professional image
  • Contributing to outstanding service
  • Competence
  • Team work
  • Rapport

Unit 2: The Wedding Planning Process

  • Using IT for effective planning
  • Date of the wedding
  • Venues
  • Civil/Church ceremony
  • Evening reception
  • The wedding process from start to finish

Unit 3: Budgeting

  • Drawing up a wedding budget with clients
  • Wedding contingency budgets
  • Communication between you and your client
  • Altering plans

Unit 4: Overseas Weddings

  • The process for organising a wedding overseas
  • Hotel/venue wedding co-ordinator
  • Invitations and accommodation
  • Legal requirements for an overseas wedding
  • Potential problems

Unit 5: Different Types of Weddings

  • Religious weddings
  • Church of England weddings
  • The Catholic Church
  • Civil ceremonies and civil partnerships
  • Wedding etiquette
  • The Marriage Act 1994
  • Types of locations for the wedding to be held
  • Themed weddings

Unit 6: Starting A Wedding Planning Business

  • Documentation
  • Data Protection Act 1988
  • Accurate, legible and up to date information
  • Marketing your business
  • Website
  • Wedding Fairs
  • Financial information
  • TAX/VAT

Event Management

Level 3:

 

Unit 1: The world of events

  • Values of individual clients
  • Event design solutions
  • Research
  • Selecting suppliers
  • Meeting the needs of individual clients

Unit 2: Developing your events strategy

  • The events compass
  • Legislation and regulations
  • Opportunities for funding events
  • Developing a strategy

Unit 3: Managing key stakeholders

  • Identifying stakeholders
  • Impacts stakeholders have on an event
  • Designing a stakeholder management plan
  • Sources of sponsorship using The Events Compass
  • Securing sponsorship for an event

Unit 4: Events and places

  • Unique meanings linked to venues and locations for events
  • Designing events with the uniqueness of venues and locations
  • Identifying destination locations to meet clients’ needs

Unit 5: Designing and planning events

  • Working with clients
  • Designing a mission statement for an event
  • Creating a WOW factor
  • Appropriate evaluation criteria project plan

Unit 6: People and events

  • Managing a potentially hostile stakeholder
  • Managing a high performing events team
  • Potential in events management

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Expenses



Pay Now: GBP 649.00
OR 6 Monthly Instalments of GBP 112.35 with a deposit of GBP
74.90 totalling 749

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