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Online Course in Event Business Management


Telling is not teaching, nor is listening learning. You must engage participants in learning activities that lead to a higher level of understanding and result in the participants ability to apply what they learned on the job. Therefore our classes are very unique because we use collaborative And Peer to Peer Learning method.

Collaborative learning is an educational approach to teaching and learning that involves groups of students working together to solve problem and complete a task. Successful collaborative learning has the potential to bring out the unique strengths of each individual student while strengthening the work of the group through teamwork, cooperation, combined effort and resources.


We have introduced E-Learning through Whatsapp as a Teaching and Learning tool.
WhatsApp class is an innovative idea to learn from wherever you are.

Our course is  uniquely designed. Students have the freedom to study according to their own schedules. Students can choose to have classrooms wherever they want, so long as there is an internet connection. The course assigns a weekly reading assignment and discussion assignment which is supposed to be completed in the group forum. Students communicate with their instructors through the learning journal.

The course is led by qualified instructors who guide and support students throughout course . In addition, students receive one-on-one feedback and guidance from the instructors. Students also engage with one another through online discussion forums and peer-to-peer reviews in small classes with personal attention.

The course is built from reading assignments and discussion forums. Audio materials are also available to students as extra learning material.
Students participate in a system of peer assessments. Through grading and reviewing classmates’ work, students sharpen their critical skills and benefit from classmates’ assessments as well. The final grade is based on a combination of peer-graded work, instructor-graded work, graded quizzes and a final exam.
students have a learning journal, which is send directly to instructors . These journals ensure that students have regular, personal access to their instructors and give instructors insight into each individual student’s understanding of the material and their progression in the course.

The course Takes 14 weeks long and comprises 13 modules of study (one per week). Students take a test in the 14th week on material covered in the course. Students should expect to dedicate about 7 to 14 hours per week to each module.


All work for a specific learning module must be completed within that learning week, however, students can decide when to complete their work, and there is no specific time at which the student must be logged on to study. There are a series of tasks that students are required to complete each week. These may include:

Discussion Forums:

Students are expected to evaluate the work of their peers in the Discussion Forum, as well as peer assignments. Peer assessments require students to offer constructive feedback on their fellow students’ work

Writing Assignments:

At the beginning of each learning week, students gain access to the new module’s educational material and the week’s writing assignment. As part of the course requirements for most units of learning, students must complete an assignment. In the week after an assignment is completed, other students will assess your work and you will be expected to assess other students assignments too. These reviews are compulsory as part of your own study requirements.

Learning Journal:

Students are encouraged to use a learning journal to document activities, record questions/problems they may encounter, reflect on the learning process, and draft answers for course assignments. Instructors may also choose to assign specific topics and/or relevant questions as a weekly learning journal entry. The learning journal must be updated on a weekly basis, because its entries will be directly assessed by instructors as a part of a student’s final grade. Unlike the written assignments, a student’s learning journal is only seen by the instructor and not the student’s peers.So it will be send through email which will be provided.

Final Exam:

The final exam period starts on Monday of Week 14th and ends on Thursday. It’s a one day exam, therefore a student can choose any day between Monday and Thursday to sit the exam. The format of the exam may contain a combination of question types. Students will have one attempt to pass the exam, which is graded electronically. Specific instructions on preparing for and taking the final exam will be provided during week 8. Final exams are taken without the presence of any course learning materials.


It is important to understand the aspects of your business. This course has been designed to help our students to learn and understand the event decorating industry. Students will learn the importance of professionalism and excellent business skills.

This is a class that anyone who intends to run an event business must take. Being a great designer is wonderful, but if you don’t know how to run your business and price correctly, it can become a disaster. Join this class and experience something different!

Course Outline

Module 1:  Introduction to Business Practices & Procedures
Module 2:  Client Consultations
Module 3:  Quotes & Orders
Module 4: Contracts & Agreements
Module 5: Venue Relations & Procedures
Module 6: Transportation & Insurance
Module 7: Inventory Buying & Renting
Module 8:  Effective Web-site Design & Content
Module 9:  Marketing & Networking
Module 10:  Pricing Strategies
Module 11:  Social Media Networking
Module 12:  Trade Shows
Module 13:  Effective Portfolio


Paid once : USD 50 

Monthly: USD 25 in 3 Instalments.

Duration: 14 Weeks

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