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Event Planner and Costumer

DX Events Management







Anybody, STD XII and above

There are no prerequisites for this certificate. The Course will guide and prepare you to understand all the content and complete the required activities.

For some lessons however, some familiarity with web environments is recommended

EVENTS Industry Careers

  • Events Planners

  • Events Head of Operations

  • Events Sales Manager 

  • Events Operations Manager

  • Events Marketing Assistant

  • Events Commercial Marketing Manager

  • Events Commercial Manager

  • Events Decorators

  • Events Coordinators

  • Events Financial Manager

About the Certificate

The word “EVENT” encompasses various social, cultural and business occasions. From large scale events at convention and exhibition centers, sport and concert venues, universities, arts and cultural centers to small scale events such as conferences, corporate meetings and weddings. While the content at all these events differs greatly, the process of creating

extraordinary moments in your space are the same.


However, many venues and organizations are not utilizing digital event management technology to help streamline their processes to deliver more profitable and momentous events. Getting into event automation can feel like taking a dive into the unknown for a lot of organizations. But rest assured, replacing manual event planning processes with technology is a 

great opportunity to improve efficiency, ensure consistency and delight your staff and customers.


In this course, we’re going to take you through an easy-access way to get started with the stages of event management and the tactics used in event management. With so many places to host an event and ways to plan and deliver the event, we hope this course gives you what you need to be successful at your event.

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Set Your Strategy


Before you get into the tactics of event management, you need to set your event strategy. Your strategy will give you the path you need to achieve your events mission and goals.

Event Planning Steps


These event planning steps will guide you to your success.


Step 1. Determine your event goals and objectives

Step 2. Plan your team/ partners/ vendors

Step 3. Establish an event budget

Step 4. Choose a date & venue

Step 5. Select the speakers/ performers/ vendors

Step 6. Event Marketing & Advertising

Step 7. Execute your event

Business Plan

Certificate Structure

  • Event

  • Budget

  • Venue

  • Marketing

  • Advertising

  • Staff/ Vendors/ Volunteers

  • Speakers/ Performers

  • Sponsors

  • Production

  • Stage/ Sitting Arrangements

  • Attendees/ Guests

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Key Elements of Event Planning

Let’s break down the other components to setting up an event. They are summarized below:


  • First, you must have an event plan, of course. It is going to require a series of responsibilities, revolving around its operations, legal and accounting duties.


  • Estimate all your event costs and create a budget. Your available budget will influence many event management decisions such as your venue, the marketing and advertising methods, etc.

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Key takeaways

  • Coordinate and plan
    There is a lot to coordinate and plan, which is why you will use project management software that has the right features for event management. It provides a common portal, where you can track costs and tasks with automated alerts. It also offers both a communication and a collaborative platform that reduces the need for unnecessary emails. The DX platform collects all your files in one place, and makes team reporting simpler by adding efficiencies and reducing stress.

  • SaaS (Software-As-A-Service)
    You will learn a cloud-based software that is ideally suited for event planning. You will learn to keep all the parts of your events, from managing vendors to promotions, organized.

  • Online Gantt charts
    Learn to use gantt charts to have control over schedules, laying out tasks on a timeline, linking dependencies and being able to assign tasks to others, all in one place.

  • DX Event Management Platform
    Learn to collaborate with team members, where they can comment and attach important event documents and images at the task level. No more rummaging through emails for important data. It’s all collected right where you’re working. It is easy to use and can be accessed anywhere and at any time, whether on site or in the office. Keep all the parties you are working with, in the loop and even collaborate with them in one place.

  • Timesheets
    Learn to make invoicing easy for all your events. They can be submitted and approved with a keystroke. Learn to report in a variety of views, from a list to a calendar and even a kanban board that will help you visualize the workflow to keep on task.

Who should take this certificate?

The DX in EVENT MANAGEMENT COURSE is directed at diverse professional profiles, students such as:


Any student, STD XII and above, Diploma 10+3, Others) who wants to understand the benefits, opportunities in the Events Industry.

Event Industry Professionals

Events Industry professionals who want to obtain a broader strategic vision about how these key DX implementations can transform their organization’s performance.

Entrepreneurs and Startups

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Methodology and Assessment

All of the learning included in this COURSE takes place in highly collaborative environments, fostered by discussion forums and group activities.

In this practical, results-driven certificate, you will get a hands-on learning experience based on the case method. Plus, you will acquire skills and tools that you can immediately use to benefit your organization and your career.

Participants will be guided throughout the course by facilitators who will be on hand to answer any questions and respond to comments.

Live online sessions
by faculty who will teach real-life applications and respond to participants’ questions
Cases applications
Guided discussion forums
Practical activities
Review activities
Additional resources such as videos and recommended reading
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