Event Planning Training

In the near future, I hope to hold my first live event planning training class.  This week-long event will cover all the information covered in my online event planning training courses, plus hands-on learning and real-world exercises.  You will enjoy the benefits of interactive classes, networking with others, and asking any questions as they arise and as we learn!  We will complete actual venue site inspections, mock set-ups, and perhaps even peek in on actual events as they are being set.  

I will hold this class in the beautiful city of Denver, Colorado.  The cost is $1995 per person for seven days of live training.  

If you are able to gather ten or more people in your city to commit to a class, then I will bring the class to you!  

Contact me for more information.  

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Video #1: How Do
I Get Started?

  • "Where do I begin?"

  • What is a "niche" and why do you need to choose one as soon as you decide to become a planner

  • Why all event planning is NOT the same; determine what event planning means to you

  • The truth about "party" planning and wedding planning, and why event planning is different

Video #2: Top Three Mistakes

  • The Top Three Mistakes 99% of beginners make that will kill your chances before you even begin

  • The simple and obvious reason you're not getting any return calls on your resume

  • The three steps you MUST take if you want to succeed in event planning

  • Traits and skill sets that will help you succeed as a planner

Video #3: Certification & Experience

  • The mind-blowing yet pervasive lie about "certification" and how to sift through the conflicting information about certification

  • Do you need to go back to school for an event planning degree? If you're still in school or just starting school, which degree or courses should you take?

  • How to get past that "catch-22" of needing experience before you can get experience

Video #4: How to Find Work

  • The six main ways in which planners are hired to plan events

  • Understanding why you don't always have to be "The Planner" to work in the exciting world of event planning

  • Why starting your own business (as a beginner) is a bad idea

  • Specific resources, tips and suggestions on how to find work in event planning