The Incentive, Conference & Event Management Certification (Level 1 – Introduction) is a distance learning course of 5 modules suitable for people involved in IC&E projects with roles in customer companies, agencies and in the supply of goods & services to the IC&E industry.
IC&E accreditation is globally recognised by our members and issued in collaboration with our education partner, William Angliss Institute, Asia Pacific’s leading Hospitality Tourism and Events Training Institute. The course is designed to provide you with background information and some tools that you can use to help plan your next incentive, conference or event. Each unit focuses on a particular area of the industry and provides an introduction to what you will need to consider when undertaking such projects.
Each unit contains insights from highly-regarded industry experts, a series of lessons to explore the detail underpinning the checklist tool and a unit assessment quiz to check your understanding of the concepts.
Unit Lessons: complete all 5 learning units
Unit Assessments: score 100% on each unit assessment
Receive the Incentive, Conference & Event Management Certification (Level 1 – Introduction)
Complimentary 1-year ICESAP Membership (Corporate, Agency, Partner, Student)
Designed to introduce students to the Incentive (Travel), Conference and Event (IC&E) industry and provide an overview of project management fundamentals essential to delivering an IC&E project. By having a sound understanding of the industry, stakeholders can better address the objectives of their clients, work more effectively with suppliers and deliver IC&E projects to the standards demanded by clients.
Incentive Travel differs from both Conferences and Events - it is used to harness the power of an incentive travel program to build a company’s business, improve profitability and generate sales.
In this unit, explore the world of conferences and meetings. You will consider the needs of the meeting owner/client, how these needs can be translated into measurable deliverables, how meetings are planned and finally delivered.
What every event concept needs, what makes an event concept special and what to do to get things started. The Brief. The Concept. The Pitch
An introduction to the financial, contractual and legal obligations associated with incentive, conference and event projects. After the initial concept for a project has been conceived its feasibility is evaluated and the decision to go ahead has been made, a set of processes should be followed to ensure its ultimate success.
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