Pathway to Recovery Training Series
Event Coordinator Training
Event Coordinators are able to bring together all the little details that create an unforgettable event experience. Event Coordinator training embodies the collective expertise of certified professionals and industry leaders across Canada. Training includes leadership, marketing execution, and interpersonal skills, combined to present a seamless experience to customers.
This training is led by an experienced and certified STEC instructor who will guide participants through the curriculum.
Two training streams available:
- Event Coordinator Training only, ideal for employees with limited or no previous experience; and
- Event Coordinator Training with emerit Professional Certification, recommended for experienced employees.
- Event Coordinator Training only: none
- Event Coordinator Training with emerit Professional Certification: 1,500 hours of work experience in the occupation, with at least 500 hours in the year prior to being certified.
emerit national Event Coordinator Workbook (6 hours)
Use Management Skills: Fulfill business plan; Develop critical path for areas of responsibility; Coordinate committees. Use Administrative Skills: Implement reporting and monitoring process; Coordinate office administration; Describe types of business documents. Coordinate Finances: Administer financial controls and procedures; Implement budget
Develop site plan; Follow guidelines to address environmental and social concerns; Coordinate accommodation; Coordinate event performers; Coordinate decor design and special effects; Coordinate stage production; Coordinate seating arrangement; Coordinate services for people with special needs; Arrange food and beverage services; Coordinate utilities; Coordinate waste management; Coordinate control points; Coordinate registration area; Coordinate information area; Coordinate transportation systems; Coordinate parking; Coordinate security and emergency services; Coordinate communication systems; Coordinate site set-up; Coordinate site take-down; Coordinate event evaluation
MARKETING PLAN IMPLEMENTATION
Fulfill marketing plan; Implement advertising strategy; Participate in trade and consumer shows; Set up contests; Organize sponsor and donor appreciation programs
RISK MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION
Comply with legislation; Adhere to the workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS); Adhere to risk management plan; Implement contingency plan
HUMAN RESOURCES COORDINATION
Recruit Staff and Volunteers: Recruit staff and volunteers; Interview applicants; Select the final candidate. Train Staff and Volunteers: Conduct orientation; Provide training for staff and volunteers. Provide Motivation and Leadership: Supervise staff and volunteers; Promote teamwork; Motivate staff and volunteers; Resolve conflicts; Conduct performance reviews;
Exhibit Professionalism: Be professional; Demonstrate leadership; Manage multiple priorities; Solve problems. Use Communication Skills: Define communication; Speak effectively; Communicate in writing; Make effective presentation
APPENDIX 1: EVENT COORDINATOR STAGING PROJECT
Service Best (1 hour)
Service Best provides practical and effective tools that help you adopt a pro-active, solution-focused approach to customer service.
Controlling for COVID with Confidence: Thinking Beyond Masks and Hand Sanitizer to Develop Effective Safety Precautions (1 hour)
Health and safety risk assessment; transmission risks for COVID-19; meaningful, effective controls for COVID-19 transmission risk; limitations of less effective controls like PPE, procedures/rules; Risk Assessment worksheet.
emerit Event Coordinator national written exam (1 hour)
Proctored certification exam consisting of 125 multiple choice questions based on the National Occupational Standards.
Event Coordinator Training: $620.00
Upon successful completion of curriculum, trainee receives a certificate of completion and a record of exam score. The trainee is eligible to qualify for emerit Professional Certification upon subsequent completion of experience verification.
Event Coordinator Training with emerit Professional Certification: $730.00
Upon successful completion of curriculum and experience verification as described below, trainee is awarded emerit Professional Certification as Event Coordinator and is entitled to use the Tourism Certified Professional (TCP) designation.
Event Coordinator Professional Certification is based on Event Coordinator National Occupational Standards Version 3.0. This includes registration, Certification Prep Pack, National Occupational Standards, written exam, and work experience verification. The required experience for this program consists of 1,500 hours of work experience in the occupation, with at least 500 hours in the year prior to being certified.
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