Diploma in Event Experiential Marketing via Online Distance Learning

Diploma in Event Experiential Marketing (Dip Event Exp. Mark.) via Online Distance Learning

Event Management Planning

Growth and Emergence of the Events Industry, Identifying Event Goals and Listing Objectives, Conducting a Competitive Analysis, Create an appropriate Vision and Mission for an Event, Managing Event Planning Schedules, Feasibility Studies, Record Keeping Mechanisms, and Recruitment.

Co-Ordinating Events

Developing an Event Concept, Building Effective Event Organisational Charts, Creating and Managing Duty Rosters, Analysis and Management of the Registration and Admission Process, Providing Adequate Event Security, Coordinating Event Speakers with additional Entertainment for maximum effect, Identifying Appropriate Food and Beverage Menus, Project Planning.

The Experience as the Brand

Experiential Objects, Live Brand Experiences, Your Brand becoming the Experience, Mark of the Brand, The Experience as the Brand; the Brand as the Experience, Creating positive word-of-mouth, Making friends with your Brand.

Experiential Marketing Frameworks

Framework for Managing Consumer Experiences, Experiential Marketing Framework, Strategic Experiential Models, What is an Experience, Experiences as Typologies of the mind, Strategic underpinning of Experiential Marking, Types of Experiences: Sense, Feel, Think, Act, and Relate.

Experiential Marketing Campaigns

Authentic Campaigns, Guerrilla Marketing, Buzz Marketing, Brand Ambassadors, Brand Evangelists, The Flash Mob, Promotional Techniques, Promotional laws (generic) and codes of practice.

Developing Experiential Marketing Campaigns

Experiential Marketing's place in the Marketing Mix, How is Experiential Marketing used in Campaigns, Elements of an Experiential Marketing Campaign, Experiential Objectives, Identify Target Markets, Selection of Live Media types, Cycle of the project, Strategy Development.

Measuring Campaign Effectiveness

Reaching the Target Audience

Prosumer and Co-creation

The Consumer Experience

Event Marketing

Planning the Event Proposal Strategy with Your Target Market in Mind, Preparing the Event Proposal, Sourcing and Sending Invitations, Budgeting and Buying Advertising, Publicising the Event, Organising Contests and Pre Event Campaigns, Merchandising, Packaging and Sales Promotion, Formulating a Public Relations Strategy, Conducting Market Research, Methods of Measuring Marketing Activity.

Event Sponsorship

Determining Potential Sponsorship Market based on the Event Type, Time, Location, Assessing Selling Points of the Event, Determining Sponsorship Fulfilment Responsibilities, Research and Set Sponsorship Pricing based on Market Factors and Event Exposure.

Public Relations

Review the Place for PR in Business Today, Review PR's Relationship with other Functions/Professions including Event Management, Marketing, etc. Professionalism and industry bodies PRII, PRCA, IPR. Sponsorship and Community Relations, Definitions and Historical Development of the Sponsorship Market, Why Organisations engage in Sponsorship, Using Sponsorship to Target Particular Publics. What can be sponsored? The fit between the Sponsor and the Sponsored. The Sponsorship Proposal, How Sponsorship fits in to wider PR Campaigns. Evaluating Sponsorships, Why Organisations engage in Community Relations, The Range of CR activities.
 

ONLINE PR MODULE

The Social Media Landscape

Blogs, Microblogs, Chatrooms, Delicious, Email, Flickr, Twitter, Instant messaging, Message Boards, Mobile Internet , New Media Releases, Online Conferencing, Online Surveys, Pay per click, Podcasts, RSS, Search Engines, SEO, Social Networking Service Sites, Video Sharing, Virtual worlds, VoIP, Wiki and Widgets.

The Internet as a Media

Commercial Implications of the Internet, Social Interaction with the Internet, Web 2.0 and its Implications, Internet Convergence, the Network Effect, Internet Information Exchange, Internet Audience Size and Exposure, Internet Culture and Communication, Transparency and the Internet.

Online PR Building Blocks

Online Communications Platforms, Online Communication Channels, Online Communication Mediums, Interactivity and Application of Communication Channels, Policy, Optimisation, Monitoring and Evaluation of Online Communications Channels, Online Communications Channels Planning and Implementation.

Social Media and PR Strategy

Local versus Global Communication, Landscaping Platforms, Channels and context, Online PR Organisational Analysis and Segmentation, Developing Online PR Strategies, Online PR Tactics and SEO considerations, Online PR Planning, Managing Online PR Risk and Opportunities.

Online Influences on present PR Practices

Internet influence on News, Internet Journalists, Economics of Online News Production, Internet Critics and other influences, the PR Practitioner as an Online Publisher, Ethical Internet PR, Truthfulness and Duty of Care, Online Ethics, Debate, Guidelines and Best Practice. Monitoring and Evaluation of Social Media Discourse, Trends and Value. Policy Influences, corporate speak. Implications of Social Media for Corporate Social Responsibility.

Setting Up & Marketing Your Own Consultancy

The Business Plan, Legalities, Setting Up, the Marketing Strategy, Knowing Your Competitors, Promotional Tools.

Presentation Skills

The Importance of Preparation and Research, Understanding your Audience Before you Present, Speech Content (Subject Matter and Objectives), Speech Delivery and Variety, Discuss the Importance of Body Language, Eye Contact etc, Presentation Aids e.g. Visuals, etc. Management of Locations and Audiences, Presentation Structure.
 

Methods of Training

Online Lecture Modules, Subject Expert Feedback Sessions after each Module, practical case studies, end of module assignments, etc.

Subject Experts

The institute maintains a panel of qualified Subject Experts.

Who Should Apply

Anyone interested in gaining skills or developing a career in Event Experiential Marketing. Early application is advisable as places are limited.

Qualifications

Successful candidates are awarded the Diploma in Event Experiential Marketing (Dip. Event Exp. Mkt.) at Pass, Credit or Distinction level. This course is certified by the Institute of Commercial Management and is both industry and internationally recognised in over 140 different countries worldwide.

Times / Duration

14 weeks to 1 calendar year depending on individual progress.

Certification is awarded by the Institute of Commercial Management (ICM).

The Institute of Commercial Management was founded in 1979 and is one of the leading Professional Examination and Certification Bodies in the world today.

Fitzwilliam Institute Group, have developed and provided Practical Skills Training Courses in liaison with the Institute of Commercial Management Qualifications and Certifications framework for over 25 years.

Institute of Commercial Management certifications are recognised throughout Europe, the USA, Canada, South Africa and Asia in a total of 140 countries, by leading industries, bodies and professions.

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Start Date: 03 February 2017

EUR 1595.00

All course material is included in the fee. Fees are payable by credit card, debit card, bank draft/transfer, cheque or PayPal. All fees must be paid before the course starts

The Fitzwilliam Institute Group closes on Bank Holidays and for a number of days at Christmas and New Year. The Fitzwilliam Institute Group reserves the right to postpone, cancel or alter courses without notice or to change any of the details in this brochure. Fees are not refundable unless the course is cancelled by the Fitzwilliam Institute Group. Distance Learning courses are provided by the Fitzwilliam Institute Ltd.

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next enrolment date:03 February 2017

Event experiential marketing was first defined as a form of marketing developed from direct response marketing campaigns which emphasizes customer retention and satisfaction.

This course features real life briefs, case studies and interactive subject expert support. These practical elements mean that you will gain real life experiences to prepare you for your career in event experiential marketing. The transferable skills taught in this course are applicable to any sport event management position worldwide. You will gain a qualification that is industry accredited and internationally recognised in 140 countries worldwide.

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