This is an introductory course in the field of Event Management. The course is constructed in a multifaceted way so as to develop the students' creative thinking, resource management, problem solving, conflict management and decision making skills.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
This course will be delivered via a combination of live online classes as well as face-to-face classes. Students who have successfully enrolled in the course will be provided with a link to join the online class as well as other relevant instructions at least one day before the start of the class. The online classes are also recorded; therefore, students have the option to review the course content as often as they like.
|Wednesday||06:00 pm to 09:00 pm||8 weeks||24 hours||$1,500.00||Ms. Leslie Ann Wills-Caton|
|Session||Start Date||End Date|
|2023 - Session 1||Wednesday, October 18, 2023||Wednesday, December 6, 2023|
|2024 - Session 1||Wednesday, January 31, 2024||Wednesday, March 20, 2024|
|2024 - Session 2||Wednesday, April 24, 2024||Wednesday, June 12, 2024|
|2024 - Session 3||Wednesday, July 31, 2024||Wednesday, September 18, 2024|
|2024 - Session 4||Wednesday, October 16, 2024||Wednesday, December 4, 2024|
The course combines a number of teaching techniques including lectures, guest lectures by those with special competences in sub fields, class discussions, group work assignments, oral presentations, role playing, evaluations of actual real life events and projects.
Each student will be required to plan for an event (this includes setting objectives, briefing management, developing a checklist, project management, budgeting, marketing and evaluation strengths, weaknesses, potential risks and contingencies in planning for events).
Each student will be required to deliver oral presentations as part of this class.
Upon commencement of this class students will be required to form groups to research and complete group work in Events Management team building exercises. Students will be evaluated on the basis of content and individual presentation and performance of the group.
Ms. Leslie Ann Wills-Caton
Ms. Leslie Ann Wills-Caton is a professional production coordinator, with experience in film, theatre and events management. Because she works in the television and film industry, she has a unique ability to construct and facilitate organized teams, interface with public agencies, and network with key stakeholders.
Ms. Wills-Caton holds a bachelors degree in Psychology and Human Resource Management and is pursuing her masters in Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Forensic Counseling. She volunteers at several Non-Government Organizations in relation to mental illness and substance abuse and is often facilitating workshops in communication, events management and counseling skills.
Ms. Wills-Caton is an advocate for social change and is working towards the development of mental health awareness campaigns and to provide training for companies and families affected by mental health issues. She currently manages a mental health page on facebook (Trinidad and Tobago Mental Health Awareness) and will be producing mental health short films in the near future.
The programme management team is responsible for the management of the course. If you would like further information or would like clarification on this programme please contact:
Ms. Kelly Ann Bholasingh
Phone: (868) 360-3209
Name: Event Management: For Tourism, Cultural, Business and Sporting Events
Author(s): Van Der Wagen and Carlos
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Name: Event Planning: The Ultimate Guide to Successful Meetings, Corporate Events, Fundraising Galas, Conferences, Conventions,
Incentives and Other Special Events.
Author(s): Judy Allen
Note: The texts are not included in the cost.
No formal prerequisites required.
Fees payable to CTSCBCS Registration Fees & total cost of tuition $1,500 TTD, payments can be made via credit card, linx or managers cheque.
We are an ACTT recognised institution and partner with international awarding bodies