Deliver unforgettable experiences with career where no two days are the same. Help bring to life music festivals, weddings, major sporting events and more; the possibilities are endless.
Study events management
No two days are the same with a qualification in events management. Help bring events to life, from corporate functions and sporting events through to weddings and music festivals. With a career in events the possibilities are endless.
Throughout the pandemic this industry went through a lot of change and innovation. Now as in-person events continue to return in Australia and around the world, the career outlook for conference and events organisers remains positive according to the Australian Government's Job Outlook service.
TAFE Queensland offers both introductory and advanced courses in events and events management, with entry-level certificates through to diploma courses available. Get the practical skills employers want to launch your events career working in tourism, hospitality, sports, the arts, or community events.
- Event planner
- Conference manager
- Exhibitions manager
- Functions coordinator
- Venue coordinator
Events management courses
Diploma of Event Management
Take your career in events to the next level with this advanced-level course that will qualify you to work as a conference or venue coordinator, or an event or exhibition planner.
- Conference Coordinator
- Event or Exhibition Planner
- Function Coordinator
- Venue Coordinator
- Staging Coordinator
Diploma of Event Management / Diploma of Hospitality Management
Take the next step in your career in hospitality and events with this advanced-level dual qualification and get the skills you need to take on a management role in the industry.
- Restaurant Manager
- Motel Manager
- Event Manager
- Conference Manager
Certificate III in Events
Kick start your career in events with this entry-level course that will qualify you to work as a conference and events assistant, or in events administration.
- Conference and Events Assistant
- Event Operations Assistant
- Event Administrative Assistant
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