Ever wonder what went into creating Oreo’s 100th Anniversary event at Toronto Eaton Centre? Behind the scenes, there is a team of event planning specialists who are instrumental in facilitating every detail from creating the theme and designing the décor to hiring the talent and promoting the event. If you are looking for a challenging career in event planning, consider Humber's Certificate in Event Management.
This program will teach you how to plan and implement the numerous logistics involved in running a successful event. We provide you with essential skills such as venue selection, timing, approvals, professional etiquette, staging, selection of food and beverage, budgeting, staffing and evaluation. You will learn how to plan corporate events, product launches and charity benefits. All of our event management courses are led by industry professionals who offer their first-hand experience.
The Event Management industry can be as rewarding as it is demanding. This program will prepare you to make your foray into this fast-paced, rapidly-expanding arena. Over the past few years, the need for event planners has grown due to an increase in the number of major conventions, festivals, trade fairs and exhibitions in the GTA.
Whether you are pursuing a career for the first time or looking to transition into an event planning role, the program will provide you with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to excel in this field. It also offers an excellent opportunity to merge the skills you already have with the new ones gained in the certificate.
To accommodate busy schedules, many of our courses in this certificate are offered online.
To receive your certificate: once you have successfully completed all the required courses in this program, declare your certificate program of study at humber.ca/myhumber.
|Course Name||Course Code||Offered|
|Event Planning - Conferences to Galas||PRDS 160||Fall Winter Summer|
|Event Planning - Sponsorships and Promotion||PRDS 121||Winter Summer|
|Event Planning - Sports and Entertainment||PRDS 120||Fall Winter Summer|
|Event Planning - Theory and Practice||PRDS 165||Fall Winter Summer|
|Microsoft Office for Public Relations||PRDS 158|
|Public Relations - Introduction||PRDS 105||Fall Winter Summer|