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Prepare for a career in events, with BCE’s leading course in Music Events Management
Learn how to plan, organise and run various types of events including showcases, music, charity and corporate events. This course will show you how to research, plan and secure funding to deliver successful and profitable showcases and events, giving you an insight into the business environment and the modern digital marketing tools used to promote events
Music Events Management students will have the opportunity to take part in work experience at real festivals and events, as well as staging their own events every term.
Our Music Events Management course will secure you the necessary UCAS points to progress to University and study at a number of prestigious institutions or help you prepare you for a career in the industry 700,000 jobs in the UK Transferable skills to any sector
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Level 3 Events Management
Level 3 Music Events Management Duration: 1-2 Years
This course is for young people who aim to gain skills in event management, promotion and marketing within the music industry. This course is perfect for the creative, innovative and driven student. IT skills are a must, as well as being a critical thinker. Collaborators, leaders, problem solvers and hard workers are most welcome.
Successful students will have an entrepreneurial mind, a passion for success and be driven to experience and practice all roles within this sector. You will be working with the live events group to manage Big Creative’s events throughout the year, as well as planning, developing and actualising your own events. You will have opportunities to work with our other courses such as music performance, performing arts, media, gaming, art and design, and music production, where you will be working on specific briefs and projects, under a wide variety of roles. Within the course you will be discovering the best practice for:
- Stage management
- Holistic events management
- Event safety
- Live sound
- Digital marketing strategies
- Social media development and design
|Qualification: RSL Level 3 Diploma (Live Events Pathway)|
Entry Requirements Level 3: 5 GCSEs at grade 4-9 including English (or equivalent)
All of our courses are free for 16-18 year olds and 19-23 if the funding criteria is met. To discuss this further, email: email@example.com
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“I am a youth activist, filmmaker, social entrepreneur and run a company called Aviard Inspires. I studied Events and Music Management at BCE. I really benefited from studying at BCE. What I loved the most is it allowed me to be an individual and allowed us to be creative and to flourish, I feel like the teachers and mentors knew how to spot that greatness in people.”AmaniFormer BCE Student
Artists Development with The MUSIC Department
The Big Creative Training music department is so much more than a college music department. The tutors all come from industry backgrounds and bring their skills and experience to support our young artists and producers to develop and showcase their talent. Many of our former students have gone on to achieve industry success building on the skills and knowledge they developed with BCT’s artist development.
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Big Creative Training Limited (BCT) is an independent training provider based in Walthamstow. BCT opened in 2000 and offers creative industries programmes for 16 to 19, apprenticeships, adult courses and alternative provision. BCT is rated as ‘Good’ by Ofsted in all areas.
Big Creative Academy (BCA) is a 16 to 19 academy based in Walthamstow. The academy opened in September 2014 and offers study programmes for students aged 16 to 19 in subjects to prepare them primarily for further study or employment in the creative industries. BCA is rated as ‘Good’ by Ofsted
Teachers have very good subject knowledge and industrial experience, as well as strong commercial links with practitioners and employers; they use these effectively to help inspire students and provide a strongly vocational context to their development.
All staff work closely with students to help them overcome any barriers to learning, to assure their health and welfare, to maintain good behaviour and a positive work ethic; as a result, students feel safe and are able to achieve their potential.