BA4033 Syllabus - Event Management - 2021 Regulation Anna University

BA4033 Syllabus - Event Management - 2021 Regulation Anna University

BA4033

EVENT MANAGEMENT

 L T P C

3 0 0 3

COURSE OBJECTIVE:
• This course is designed to provide an introduction to the principles of event management. The course aims to impart knowledge on the various events and how these events can be organized successfully.

UNIT I

EVENT CONTEXT

9

History & Evolution – Types of events – MICE – Types of Meeting, Trade Shows, Conventions, Exhibitions- Structure of event industry – Event Management as a profession – Perspectives on event : Government, Corporate & Community – Code of Ethics.

UNIT II

EVENT PLANNING & LEGAL ISSUES

9

Conceptualizing the event – Host, sponsor, Media, Guest, Participants , Spectators – Crew – Design of concept – Theme and content development – Visualization – Event objectives – Initial planning – Budgeting – Event design and budget checklist – Preparation of functional sheets – Timing – Contracts and Agreements – Insurance, Regulation, Licence and Permits – Negotiation.

UNIT III

EVENT MARKETING

9

Role of Strategic Marketing Planning - Pricing – Marketing Communication Methods & budget – Elements of marketing communication – Managing Marketing Communication – Role of Internet – Sponsorship – Event sponsorship – Strategy – Managing Sponsorships – Measuring & Evaluating sponsorship.

UNIT IV

EVENT OPERATION

9

Site Selection – Types of location – Venue Requirements – Room, Stage, Audi-Visual, Lighting, Performers, Decors, Caterer, Photography & Videography – Protocols – Guest list – Guest demographics – Children at event – Invitation – Media – Freelance Event Operation – Road show - Food & Beverage – Entertainment – Event Logistics – Supply of facilities – Onsite logistics – Control of event logistics – Evaluation & Logistics.

UNIT V

SAFETY & EVENT EVALUATION

9

Risk assessment – Safety officer, Medical Manager – Venue, Structural safety – Food safety – Occupational safety – Fire Prevention – Sanitary facilities – Vehicle traffic – Waste Management. Event Impact – Event Evaluation Process – Service Quality - Customer Satisfaction.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

COURSE OUTCOMES:
1. Learning about structure and code of ethics of events
2. Exploring and getting to know about event planning and regulations
3. Understand about event marketing, planning and strategies
4. Enhance professional skills in event management
5. Analyse the safety measure of event management

REFERENCES:
1. Lynn Van Der Wagen, Event Management for Tourism, Cultural Business & Sporting Events, 4 th Edition, Pearson Publications, 2014.
2. Lynn Van Der Wagen, & Brenda R. Carlos ,Sucessful Event Management.
3. Judy Allen, Event Planning 2nd Edition, Wiley & Sons, Canada, 2014.
4. G.A.J. Bowdin, Events Management ,Elseiver Butterworth
5. John Beech, Sebastian Kaiser & Robert Kaspar, The Business of Events Management, Pearson Publication, 2014.
6. Judy, Event Planning Ethics and Etiquette: A Principled Approach to the Business of Special Event Management, 2014.
7. Shannon Kilkenny, The complete guide to successful event planning.
8. Julia Rutherford Silvers, Professional Event Coordination, The Wiley Event Management Series.
9. Allison ,The Event Marketing Handbook: Beyond Logistics & Planning.

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