Your ultimate guide to the all new event industry – a world where every event manager needs the skills, knowledge and technical expertise to run memorable hybrid events.
The unprecedented events of 2020 changed the nature of events in almost every industry. It’s an impact we’re likely to feel for the foreseeable future, with virtual and hybrid events here to stay.
If you learned on the run last year, now it’s time to sharpen your skills for managing memorable digital events.
The AMI Virtual & Hybrid Events: Future Essentials course will cover the core fundamentals of transforming events completely or partially online and prepare you to create a successful virtual/hybrid event that engages and benefits all participants.
The content is aligned with the Australian Qualification Framework. By completing the course, you will receive a shareable digital badge & certificate.
This course is adapted from the Virtual Events: Best Practices and Ideas course, the national winner of the 2020 Australian Event Awards in the Best Event Training and Education category. Read more about the award.
Virtual & Hybrid Events: future essentials is an 8 week self-paced online course. The length is approx. 26 hours of study.
You will be briefed on the assessment in the course introduction. The assessment is a multiple-choice quiz. The questions will relate to each of the 4 modules. All 4 module quizzes will need to be completed within 8 weeks from the day of enrollment.
Each student will receive a sharable digital badge and event certificate upon successful completion of course quizzes.
Boost your CV!
The ability to run hybrid events is now a must for every event manager. You can demonstrate your commitment to the industry and enhance your career prospects by adding a digital credential and badge to your resume.
Virtual & Hybrid Events: Future Essentials course content is aligned with the Australian Qualification Framework. By completing the course, you will receive:
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