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Project Management in Event Management

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

Curriculum Project management at a commercial high school 10 units of 50 minutes Objectives Identify similarities between project management and event management Apply project management techniques to event planning Explain the importance of risk management and insurance of risks Plan an event by using project management tools Requirements Knowledge of project management tools Knowledge of event management Characteristics of a project ...

Insurance PowerPoint Presentation

Sunday, May 20th, 2012

This presentation deals with the economic importance of insurance. Businesses and individuals face risks; aim to control the future; transformation of risks into costs; insurance premium ... Insurance

Event Management

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

Lesson Objectives Give a definition of events Outline event categories by using examples for each Name and explain characteristcs of events Compare characteristics of services to characteristics of events Apply the theoretical knowledge to different kinds of events. (See exercise) Terms and definitions Special events are: "That phenomenon arising from those non-routine occasions which have leisure, cultural, personal ...

Non-Profit Making Organisations

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Non-Profit Making Organisations are organisations that want to do and provide something rather than make more money. Examples are: associations, clubs, charities, churches, unions, and societies. The accountsof these organisations are simpler than they are for other legal types like sole trader, partnership or limited companies. The bookkeeper or accountant has ...

Revenues, Costs and Profit – Basics

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

  Key terms revenue: value of total sales made by a business within a period costs: the expenses incurred by a firm in producing and selling its products, e.g. wages and raw material profit: difference between a firm's sales revenues and its total costs sales revenues = volume of goods sold multiplied by average selling ...

Building a Work Breakdown Structure

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

Planning, scheduling and budgeting of projects require careful estimation. There are helpful tools to solve the problem of uncertainty. The work breakdown structure is one of these tools helping to identify the individual tasks in a project. Nevertheless building a WBS seems to be one of the most difficult tasks students ...

Intercultural Research/Tourism

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

  Objectives [caption id="attachment_922" align="alignright" width="150"] photo: Maria[/caption] Understand other cultures Develop intercultural competence Promote critical cultural awareness Support reflection on stereotypes Tasks Analyse a country's/destination's self image and the implicit view of tourists as expressed through brochures and websites. Create/rewrite texts addressed to different target groups Procedure Explore websites to analyze advertising techniques, the language used, proverbs and metaphors Compare views ...

Marketing: The Marketing Mix

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

Students sometimes feel bored with convential lessons built on PowerPoint, lectures, exercises, creating summaries and closing discussions. They want a more reality-based approach. That's why a short brainstorming session was held resulting in an agprocedure: Field research: That means taking pictures of posters placed at different locations of the city Before students ...

Practice Firm

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

This is a lesson plan for teaching CLIL in a practice firm. African Spirit - a practice firm of the commercial high school BHAK Perg - took part in a procedure for achieving the certificate "Qualitätsmarke ÜFA" - a certificate indicating the quality of work throughout the school year. The entire ...

International Marketing

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

Three organisational types of International Marketing The three organizational types - multinational, global and international - differ according to a degree of centralization and emphasis on either efficiency or effectiveness. The transnational type combines the advantages of market proximity (differentiation) and like (standardization). Multinational companies act according to the needs of the specific ...