West Lothian College

      HNC Events

      West Lothian College
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      Typology HNC
      Methodology Online
      • HNC
      • Online
      Description

      Candidates should have at least one relevant Higher (for example, English, History, Modern Studies) plus 3 National 5 passes, one of which should be mathematics, or an appropriate range of SQA units at National 5 level (continuing learners).

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      What you'll learn on the course

      IT

      Course programme

      This highly exciting course will help you develop a wide range of skills and prepare you for work in the exciting and vibrant Events Industry. You will cover a broad range of subjects relating to event management, designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills required to organise and manage a number of events at different levels.


      Scotland has a huge amount to offer in terms of events on both a local and international scale, consequently the employment opportunities in this area are really growing.

      One academic year. You will attend College for 15 hours of variable, timetabled study per week and given the nature of the events organised within this course, other flexible attendance will be required.

      You will gain knowledge and expertise in topics such as event planning and organisation, events legislation, event budgeting and finance, event management and communication skills.

      With a vibrant, modern and innovative learning environment, the College is well equipped to ensure that students have the best facilities and resources to help develop their learning and skills. The College is an essential provider of a vast range of courses all focused on developing relevant skills for employment and to enhance current career prospects for those who are already working. For 2016-17 it was established that 86% of HN graduates at the College progressed into employment or further study.

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