The course is completed via a five-stage learning process:
i-Practice is a unique tool that simulates real world vocational activities in a virtual environment, bridging the gap between traditional textbook and workshop learning, enabling the development of practical skills. It consists of two elements:
i-Practice (Training): This guides you through a virtual activity with full instruction allowing you to acquire the necessary skills though the repetition of tasks.
i-Practice (Assessment): This allows you to test your comprehension of the content. You undertake the same activity as before but without instruction. This enables you to apply what you have learnt, test your ability and set a benchmark to improve upon – ultimately working towards being job ready.
i-Ask provides core knowledge delivered through visuals, text and audio
iCheck reinforces your comprehension with informal testing and clear results – helping you identify strong and weak areas of understanding
i-Test: This is formal testing which summarises your results
On completion of this topic you will be able to:
- Explain the purpose, features and resources needed for different types of events and the organisations standards relating to roles, responsibilities and accountabilities of individuals involved in an event
- Describe how to meet attendees needs, deal with different types of problems that may occur and the requirements of health, safety and security when organising events
- Understand how to distribute pre-event documentation, co-ordinate attendee responses within the agreed timescale and set up layout and resources in accordance with an event plan; how to provide advice and accurate information within organisational guidelines on confidentiality and how to deal with challenging people in accordance with organisational procedures
- Explain how to restore venue to the required conditions and carry out follow-up actions in accordance with the event plan and agreements made at the event.
i-ACT: Contribute to the Organisation of an Event
- i-Ask: Identifying Possible Events in an Organisation
- i-Ask: Resources Required for Events
- i-Check: Elements Used in the Organisation of an Event
- i-Check: Understanding the Resources Required for Events
- i-Test: Organising Events and Required Resources
i-ACT: Event Organisation
- i-Ask: Planning and Organising an Event
- i-Ask: Potential Problems That May Arise
- i-Check: Identifying Questions to Ask When Planning and Organising an Event
- i-Check: Resolving Potential Problems That May Arise
- i-Test: Event Organisation
i-ACT: Setting Up, Packing Down and Following Up After an Event
- -Ask: Setting Up on the Day
- i-Ask: Packing Away and Following Up After an Event
- i-Check: Identifying Resources Required for Setting Up on the Day
- i-Check: Understanding Packing Away and Following Up After an Event
- i-Test: Setting Up, Packing Away and Following Up After an Event
i-Practice: Organising an Event
- i-Practice: Organise an Event
- i-Practice: Organise an Event (Assessment)
The suite of Business Administration courses is available as an organisational licence – please enquire for details by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 0844 854 9218.
For multiple purchase discounts or to find out if discounts are available on mixed course purchases please phone a customer advisor on 0844 854 9218.
The most straight forward method of payment is to select the number of users you require and add the product to your shopping cart by selecting Add to Cart. You will then be able to make payment using most credit and debit cards or a Paypal account. If you would like to pay by BACs transfer or by invoice please contact a customer advisor on 0844 854 9218 or email email@example.com.