Are you planning a special event and could use some helpful advice? Considering event planning as a future career? Curious about what other event planners are doing? Need new ideas and resources? Wow, What a Great Event! is an event planning course that's made for you.
This course reveals how all the pieces in the event planning process fit together to make any size or type of event successful, whether it's for your family or friends, your employer, or your favorite charity. It helps you avoid common pitfalls, embarrassing errors, and costly mistakes. It provides you with a solid educational foundation in event planning that will impress your current boss or future employers. And if you're a very experienced planner just looking for a few ideas, it presents you with exceptional resources you probably didn't know existed and can use in your own business.
Each lesson covers a completely new topic, every one important to planning a successful event. You'll learn about themes, venues, menus, entertainment, décor, and much, much more. You will develop skills, find resources, and gain confidence to plan any event. You'll discover proven tips, tools, techniques, and procedures that will make event planning easier for you. You'll gain access to event industry information compiled by and for event industry professionals.
We even point you in the right direction to meet other event and meeting planners and to join a professional association or industry group. You'll be so excited with your newly gained confidence and expertise that you'll want to start planning your next event even before this course is over.
Course Revised September 2015
About The Instructor
<p>As an independent public relations and marketing consultant who works with corporations, small businesses, nonprofit organizations, and industry associations, Cynthia Grzelak has created and coordinated hundreds of events ranging from small meetings to large and highly public corporate and charity galas. She created <strong><em>Wow, What a Great Event!</em></strong> to make the professional event planning training and resources she wished were available to her at the beginning of her career available to other people who share her passion for events.</p>