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Conference and Event Planner Training

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Our Conference and Event Planner diploma prepares students for a career in the fast-paced and exciting world of conference and event management. It’s a flourishing industry, and there is a steady need for qualified persons to plan and execute successful events. The wide variety of workplace options makes Conference and Event Planning a very popular career option.

During our 50-week program, you’ll learn to plan, organize and coordinate conferences, conventions, meetings, seminars, exhibitions, trade shows, festivals and many other events. We’ll work with you on your decision-making and communication skills, customer service and so much more. We’ll make sure you’re proficient in the Microsoft Office and other software applications that are crucial in this industry.

If a creative and exciting career in Conference and Event Planning sounds like the perfect fit for you, why not contact us today? One of our Admission Advisors is always available to discuss your education and financial assistance options and guide you through the enrollment process. You could be job-ready much sooner than you think!

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One of the most appealing aspects of a career in Conference and Event Planning is the diversity of responsibilities and the opportunity to flex the creative muscles.

Planners meet with trade and professional associations to promote and discuss conference, convention and trade show services. They may also meet with sponsors to discuss the possibility of backing an event, or sit down with organizing committees to plan the scope, format and theme of an event.

Planners need to set a budget to cover the expenses related to an event they are organizing. This can include such things as transportation and accommodations for guests, renting facilities for the event, catering, displays, printing of promotional items, audio-visual personnel and rentals and more. Planners must then monitor expenses carefully to stay within that budget. Planners must remain in contact with their clients to update them on the progress of the planning, having event-related expenses and products approved, and so much more. Planners also market and promote events, negotiate contracts for services, maintain financial records, send invoices and manage payments. It’s a demanding and fast-paced career.

If this sounds like the excitement you’re looking for in a career, contact us for more information. We’ll show you how quickly this rewarding career could be yours!