The SIT50316 Diploma of Event Management (CRICOS COURSE CODE : 0100149) is a nationally recognised qualification for those looking for the skills and expertise required for a successful and rewarding career working in event and conference management in a range of roles. If you need extra help in deciding whether or not an events management career is right for you, you can check out here 5 reasons why you should choose events management.
This qualification can provide a pathway to work for event or exhibition organisations operating in the tourism and travel, hospitality, sport, cultural, and community sectors. Possible work pathways for graduates of this qualification include:
Conference and Event Officer
Event Or Exhibition Coordinator
Event Or Exhibition Planner
Event Sales Coordinator
In-House Meetings Coordinator
QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE AND CONTENT:
This qualification contains 20 units of competency. All units must be successfully achieved to receive the qualification. There 11 core units of competency for this qualification and 9 elective units of competency. NSW Institute of Education and Training has selected the following electives for this qualification:
Core Units of Competency
i. SITEEVT001 Source and use information on the events industry
ii. SITEEVT003 Coordinate on-site event registrations
iii. SITEEVT008 Manage event staging components
iv. SITEEVT010 Manage on-site event operations
v. SITXCCS007 Enhance customer service experiences
vi. SITXFIN003 Manage finances within a budget
vii. SITXHRM003 Lead and manage people
viii. SITXMGT001 Monitor work operations
ix. SITXMGT002 Establish and conduct business relationships
x. SITXMGT003 Manage projects
xi. SITXWHS002 Identify hazards, assess and control safety risks
Elective Units of Competency
xii. CUAEVP501 Coordinate the installation and dismantling of exhibitions
xiii. CUAPPM411 Compile production schedules
xiv. CUAPPM504 Manage bump in and bump out of shows
xv. CUASMT503 Develop and maintain production documents
xvi. SITEEVT006 Develop conference programs
xvii. BSBADM502 Manage meetings
xviii. BSBWRT401 Write complex documents
xix. BSBSMB401 Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business
xx. SITTTSL004 Provide advice on Australian destinations
The Course Facts
QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE AND DURATION:
Duration: 104 weeks (2 years) – 80 weeks of training plus 24 weeks of holiday breaks .
Training is conducted face-to-face, 20 hours per week in a classroom environment. Ten hours each week of self-study is recommended during term time.
Sessions are trainer-led in-group sizes of up to 20 participants. The training program is undertaken using a planned schedule in accordance with national standards.
A pre-enrolment interview will be conducted with the Director of Studies or their delegate, to assess your suitability and capacity to undertake the course.
DELIVERY MODE AND LOCATION
20 hrs of face-to-face learning per week.
Sydney location: Suite 801A, Level 8, Rhodes Waterside, 1 Rider Blvd, Rhodes NSW 2138
The course will be delivered in eight terms over a two-year period.
The following identifies the units of competency to be delivered each term. This is a nationally recognised qualification and you are required to complete assessments for each unit of competency.
Following the completion of each topic and unit of competency you will have an additional assessment tasks due 2 weeks after the completion of each unit. Assessment due dates are given to students at the beginning of the course and each term.
The term break can also be used to provide additional learning support for any students at risk. Evidence collected will comply with the rules of evidence.
Minimum Entry Requirements
GENERAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
International students must be 18 years of age or above and provide evidence of the following published entry requirements as stated below:
Meet the following Student Visa subclass 500 Vocational Education and Training requirements;
Be a genuine temporary entrant
Meet English language test score requirements
Demonstrate financial capacity
Hold Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)
Meet the health requirements
Be of good character
Have no outstanding debts to the Commonwealth of Australia
ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Year 12 or equivalent and above, and
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
International Students are required to have English ability at the IELTS 5.5 with no band less than 5.0 (International English Language Testing System) level or higher, since written and oral forms of communication are an important part of the course.
IELTS is the preferred test for English proficiency; however, results of other testing systems may also be accepted. Students must show certified proof of their proficiency or proof of having passed an English Language Test in the last two years.
Students are required to provide their own laptop computer that is compatible with Australian power voltage requirements and is loaded with Microsoft Office 365 software or Open Office 365 (open source).
Sound computer skills are required that include using intermediate level Microsoft Word features. Ability to produce and present word-processed documents/ reports and undertake internet research.
As part of the learning cycle students may be required to undertake online research or activities each week in class during term time.
To enrol into a course as an overseas student at NSW Institute of Education and Training, applicants must complete an International Student Enrolment Form, available from the website>> Apply now.
The application for enrolment must be accompanied by:
Evidence of English language and literacy proficiency (IELTS: General Score of 5.5)
Evidence of a High School Certificate or equivalent secondary schooling out-come
When we receive your application, our Admissions Officer will review it for completeness. When the application for enrolment is complete you will be issued a Letter of Offer (valid for 30 days), invoice for initial payment of fees and provided with an International Student Agreement for your review.
Once you accept the offer you are required to return the student agreement with the initial payment of fees, IELTS and education proof.
Upon approval of your application, an electronic confirmation of enrolment (eCoe) will be generated and forwarded to Department of Home Affairs and yourself at the address provided on your application with an official receipt for the fees paid.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to apply for a student visa. If your application is not complete, an Admissions Officer will contact you.
MAKING A STUDENT VISA APPLICATION
To study in Australia you’ll need to apply for both admission to an institution and also for a student visa from the Australian Government.
Once you have decided to study with NSW Institute of Education and Training there are a number of steps you must go through including:
Submit your application to the NSW Institute of Education and Training.
You will then receive an offer for review
Submit by email your acceptance of the Letter of Offer
You will be forwarded an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE)
Apply for your student visa
Complete the online form through the DHA’s Immi Account and pay the application fee.
Include evidence of your intended course of study. This can be a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) or, for applicants already inside Australia, a Letter of Offer from your education institution.
Find out more: https://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/english/apply-to-study
SUCCESSFUL STUDENT VISA
If your student visa application is approved, you should contact NSW Institute of Education and Training and provide evidence of approval. NSW Institute of Education and Training will contact you to confirm your timetable, start date and all other arrangements for your study with us.
UNSUCCESSFUL STUDENT VISA
If your student visa application is NOT approved, you must advise NSW Institute of Education and Training and apply in writing for a refund of student fees, in accordance with our Fee Refund Policy.
PROTECTION UNDER AUSTRALIAN CONSUMER LAW
As a student undertaking a vocational education and training course, you are protected under Australian Consumer Law and under State and Territory consumer protection laws. These protections include areas such as unfair contract terms, consumer guarantees, to a statutory cooling-off period, and unscrupulous sales practices. You can find out more information about your rights as a consumer from the Australian Consumer Law website which includes a range of helpful guides relating to specific areas of protection. Please visit the following sites for more information:
Consumer Protection: Australian Consumer Law; https://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/english/live-in-australia/support-services
Tuition Protection Service; https://tps.gov.au/Home
Please refer to the International Student Handbook for further detail that outlines your rights and obligations along with this course brochure.
For further information, please contact NSW Institute of Education and Training Admissions Office: