5 Reasons to Study Event Management | Malafaat.com

5 Reasons to Study Event Management | Malafaat.com

  1. Lots of job opportunities: The events industry in Egypt is flourishing – from major international sporting events like the Annual Events and the Sport Events, to music events such as Parties, TV Events , to an ever-growing number of festivals for foodies, culture vultures, adrenalin junkies, whisky enthusiasts and everyone in between. All these events need talented people to run them. People who are energetic, quick to learn and passionate about all things events!
  2. Increases your confidence: An event management course will help you develop your interpersonal skills so that you feel more confident dealing with people in the workplace. We do this by involving you in hands-on activities such as organising live events such as fundraising. Event managers need to deal with clients, suppliers, and other people in the organisation on a daily basis, so you need to learn to be confident and assertive.
  3. Prepares you for the modern office: You will learn how to use the most up-to-date ICT Microsoft packages. If you have great ICT skills you will be immediately effective in the workplace. Event staff use Word and Excel every day so you will need to become confident using these tools. You need to promote your event on websites and social media so you will learn how to plan campaigns and reach your audience.
  4. Improves your communication: Event staff need to be able to write letters, emails, copy for brochures and flyers, chair meetings and negotiate deals with customers. We also help you develop your listening skills and raise your awareness of the importance of body language. Our employers tell us communication is one of the most important skills they look for in applicants.
  5. Become a great team player: It’s all about the team! In our collaborative learning environment you will learn to work as a team, how to get the best out of your team and discover what your role is in a team. Event staff are not afraid to get stuck in – although they love planning they are at their happiest when they are doing the practical stuff!

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