Introduction Unit 4 Managing an event

Introduction to unit 4
Managing an event
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This lesson contains 19 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

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Introduction to unit 4
Managing an event

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What do you think you are going to learn in this unit ?

Slide 2 - Mind map

Programme outline Unit 4, 2nd school term - 10 Nov-28 Jan
FIVE Learning aims

A. Explore the role of an event organiser
B. Investigate the feasibility of a proposed event and thje factors affecting success
C. Develop a detailed plan for a business or social enterprise event
D. Stage and manage a business or social enterprise event
E. Reflect on the running of the event and evaluate own skills development

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Programme outline Unit 4, 2nd school term - 10 Nov-28 Jan
THREE ASSIGNMENT BRIEFS

Assignment 1 = Learning aim A (2Ps)
Assignment 2 = Learning aims B and C (4Ps)
Assignment 3 = Learning aims D and E (2Ps)

These are assessed !

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Programme outline Unit 4, 2nd school term - 10 Nov-28 Jan
Assignment titles

Assignment 1 : Could I be an event organiser ?
Assignment 2 : Planning an event in the light of research
Assignment 3 : Staging an event and reflecting on its success

Slide 5 - Slide

How many learning aims does this unit have ?
A
2
B
4
C
3
D
5

Slide 6 - Quiz

How many assignments does this unit have ?

Slide 7 - Open question

Getting started
Focus on the various aspects/tasks that need to be covered

Slide 8 - Slide

4

Slide 9 - Video

01:04
An essential part of the festival was just described namely....

Slide 10 - Open question

02:26
Tomorrowland is a cashless festival. People use ........... to pay.

Slide 11 - Open question

02:54
We are about to visit the event control centre. Which things do you think will be controlled here ? Mention two.

Slide 12 - Open question

05:31
Which facilities did you see which were present at this festival ?

Slide 13 - Open question

Things that were controlled at the event control centre were
  • crowd flow - crowd management
  • weather
  • safety - drugs

Slide 14 - Slide

Facilities
bakery
butcher
coffee shop
tents -sleeping facilities
radio station
hot tubs
15 stages
information centre
portable charger facility
tokens
......
......


Slide 15 - Slide

What did you learn today ?
  • Learning aims and assignments unit 4
  • Some aspects/tasks you need to consider when organising an event

Slide 16 - Slide

Next lesson : Learning aim A: the role of an event organiser 

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Homework
Start reading the texts Learning aim A

In your group:
List 2 events (1 small and 1 bigger one) you would like to study for this unit (research)

Slide 18 - Slide

Homework
Notify me by mail about your chosen events coming Wednesday before class starts !! (at noon at the latest !)

kslot@deltion.nl

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