Over the past few months we at Executive PA Media have received inquiries from members about the events that they will be responsible for, when their organisations start to run them again under new conditions.
These new conditions include: working with reduced budgets, liability for EAs organising the events, their executive reports and their organisations, and new flexible working relationships with suppliers.
We’ve been asked for a single information source of Best Practice for event management for people like EAs who organise events on top of their other responsibilities, and who don’t necessarily have the time to invest in a lengthy training program?
We couldn’t find one, so we approached the leading events education body Meetings & Events Australia (MEA) who have written a Best Practice event management course for us.
The course has been designed for busy EAs and will delivered by Jo Child, who is MEA’s national education manager. The objective of the course is to provide you (and your executives) with the security and knowledge that your events are following industry recognised Best Practice methods.
As businesses get back to running events again, we believe it is, not only reasonable, but vital for executive assistants – who organise more business events than any other professional group – to have access to relatable information on effective & safe event management.
Here is the link to the course details, which starts on the 12th October, and how to book. https://executivepa.com/event-management-best-practice-for-executive-assistants/