5 October
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What can you do with an event management qualification?

The events industry is a dynamic, fast-paced sector offering opportunities to work on anything from small staff events to festivals, sport events and charity fundraisers.

Job Options:

  • Event Manager

Event management involves creating and developing large scale events which may include conferences, conventions, concerts, trade shows, festivals, and ceremonies.

Courses to get you there:

Postgraduate Diploma in Event Management with Arranged Work Experience - Full Time - Dublin City Centre - 24th September 2018

Diploma in Event Management - Evening Course - Dublin City Centre - 9th October

Diploma in Event Management via Online Distance Learning

Postgraduate Diploma in Event Management via Online Distance Learning

  • Corporate Event Planner

Corporations of all kinds plan meetings, events and other activities for employees and clients. Because each function requires extensive planning, employers often use the services of corporate event planners to coordinate every detail of these large functions from conception to completion. Many event planners also attend each event and direct activities from start to finish to ensure the function's success.

Courses to get you there:

Postgraduate Diploma in Corporate Event Planning via Online Distance Learning

Diploma in Corporate Event Planning via Online Distance Learning

  • Conference Planner

At every conference, there are nametags and programs, keynote speakers and Emcees, lunch options and coffee breaks, and a million other details that all somehow come together before the opening session. It’s not magic; it’s the work of a Conference Planner.

Courses to get you there:

Postgraduate Diploma in Conference Planning via Online Distance Learning

Diploma in Conference Planning via Online Distance Learning

  • Festival Manager / Organiser

Festivals come in all shapes and sizes, from small town festivals to large and expensive, extravagant events. The primary responsibility of a festival manager is to ensure that the festival is successful and well attended.

Courses to get you there:

Postgraduate Diploma in Festival Event Management via Online Distance Learning

Diploma in Festival Event Management via Online Distance Learning

  • Charity Fundraiser / Charity, Fundraising and Sponsorship Events Organiser

Charities fundraisers are responsible for raising money by encouraging donations from individuals and businesses.

Courses to get you there:

Postgraduate Diploma in Charity, Fundraising & Sponsorship Event Management via Online Distance Learning

Diploma in Charity, Fundraising & Sponsorship Event Management via Online Distance Learning

  • Sport Event Manager

Sporting events are a huge part of the business of sports. Restaurants, hotels, taverns, casinos, airports and even cities can generate a income during sporting events. There is typically a lot of plannnig and behind-the-scenes work that goes into preparing a facility for a large sporting event, as many events have the potential to attract thousands of in-house spectators, on top of a large television audience.

Courses to get you there:

Postgraduate Diploma in Sport Event Management via Online Distance Learning

Diploma in Sport Event Management via Online Distance Learning

  • Exhibition Manager

An exhibition manager develops, plans, organizes, and manages events, which can include cultural and museum exhibits, conventions, and large-scale trade shows.

Courses to get you there:

Postgraduate Diploma in Exhibition Management via Online Distance Learning

Diploma in Exhibition Management via Online Distance Learning

  • Experiential Marketing Professional

Courses to get you there:

Diploma in Event Experiential Marketing via Online Distance Learning