Who is it for?
Event venues require professional organisational skills, and an ability to manage a wide range of events. Excellent relationship management and communication skills are also key when dealing with the broad range of stakeholders involved with staging events in venues.
This Venue Management course is ideal for those who require foundation skills and knowledge in venue operations and management to obtain operational or supervisory roles within event venues.
Learn how to coordinate event venue activities...
Expert tuition from venue industry professionals
Site visits on the 5-day course to major London event venues - learn from Industry within Industry
Small groups with strictly limited numbers offer a unique experience
Training Venues for Short Courses and Saturday Classes ideally located on the ExCeL London campus and Evening Classes held at the iconic Le Meridien Piccadilly
Choose from the following study options:
5 Days, hours 10am-4pm
8 Monday evenings, hours 6-9pm
4 Saturdays, hours 9.30-4.30pm
Certificate in Venue Management
Saturday & Short Courses in venues on the ExCeL London Campus, E16 1XL
Evening Classes at Le Meridien Piccadilly W1J 0BH
Certificate in Event Management
The Event School London
Venue Coordinator, Venue Manager, Venue Sales, Venue Operations Manager, Head of Venue Operations, Event Manager, Meeting & Event Venue Coordinator, Meetings & Events Manager
Certificate in Venue Management Courses
The Venue Industry
The role of an event manager
Industry working conditions and work ethics
Aptitude for event planning
Venues as Destinations
Setting criteria for event success
Identify required resources
Applicable legalities and permissions
WHS and Managing Risk
Preparing risk assessments for events
Contingency planning for events
Health and safety considerations
Identifying venue & location requirements
Conducting venue research
Securing venues and locations
Retail & Commercial Opportunities
Measuring event success
Capturing customer satisfaction
Trends in Venue Design/Operations
Working with clients
Working with Suppliers & Contractors
Types of event suppliers
Sourcing and selecting suppliers
Coordinating and monitoring supplier activities
Setting event dates
Creating event timelines
Working with checklists
Technology for event management
Event managers responsibilities during:
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY
"James was a fantastic Facilitator. He interacted with us as a group and gave everyone a chance to talk and provide their view. And the quality of the specialist speakers was excellent. It has been the experience of a lifetime."
On the 5-day short course, we use the global city of London as our extended campus and visits to London venues provide the opportunity to learn how theory applies to practice.
Our past site visits have included:
London (Olympic) Stadium
The Ritz London
The Orangery at Kensington Palace
To find accommodation on-site at ExCeL London or in London hotels or hostels...
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