William Angliss Event Management courses
Why settle for walking the red carpet when you can run the whole show? With a William Angliss Event Management courses you can learn how to plan, fund, market and manage successful events. The range of award-winning programs will equip you with skills and knowledge in a range of subjects, from onsite event management to project scheduling and supplier management.
Throughout William Angliss's courses there are opportunities to work across a variety of specialties and events – everything from international sporting events to festivals and conferences.
William Angliss events programs are strengthened by affiliations with industry and a curriculum that includes involvement at a number of international events. Possibilities may include working at the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, the Spring Racing Carnival and a range of other key events on the Melbourne event calendar. You will also attend conferences, networking and excursions.
The Institute’s events courses were Finalists for the Best Training Program at The Australian Event awards in 2014, 2015 and 2016, highlighting the innovation and excellence within our programs.
Students in the Diploma of Event Management focus on organising in-house functions and then progressing to larger event projects. Students work with real clients both internal to William Angliss Institute and external to run real-life events. The Advanced Diploma of Event Management builds on the skills, knowledge and experiences gained from the Diploma, plus adds a management perspective. Both courses offer the opportunity to apply for a work placement over one semester of study in an event-related area for approximately one day a week.
The Bachelor of Event Management aims to provide graduates with the skills required to operate effectively as an event professional through the application of creative and critical thinking skills and a range of industry and academic knowledge. Students have the opportunity to develop these skills through specialist event subjects underpinned with the core management expertise required to operate in this fast-paced industry.
Learn more about what our Events students have been doing on the Events Blog.
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