Qatar Cultural and Heritage Events Centre has said it is holding a training programme for the management and organisation of mass events, from tomorrow until September 25 at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC).
The training programme targets ministries and institutions concerned with the organisation of events, conferences and exhibitions, the centre said in a statement.
“The programme’s idea is to enrich and develop the knowledge, skills and experience of the participants in the field of planning and organising events, conferences and exhibitions. Also, it is meant to educate the participants on the modern methods of managing different teams and discovering the most important obstacles and common mistakes during the planning and organisation of events and how to avoid them,” the statement explains.
The training programme will enable the participants, through scientific methods, to organise events and develop their personal skills necessary to deal with the media and the public. In addition, it will allow the participants to possess the personal and professional skills that are needed for a good media speaker, with regard to their role and functions.
Also, the principles of ‘protocol’ and ‘etiquette’ will be taught during the programme as well the technique of events’ evaluation.
The programme focuses on the most important procedures and equipment necessary for organising events, planning to implement the organisation of exhibitions and conferences, planning to organise committees and support teams in the management of events, and on how to market events and via professional media campaigns, the centre notes the statement.
The four-day programme will be supervised by a group of trainers in the field of organising mass events, namely Dr Abdullah Jawdat Rizqallah, media expert and strategic adviser; Ali al-Ajmi, media consultant specialised in professional media campaigns; Omar Ghanem, expert of international protocol and etiquette; and Ashraf Matar, media specialist.
Qatar Cultural and Heritage Events Centre said it “is expected to provide several similar training programmes in the coming period, targeting ministries and institutions of the State concerned with the organisation of events, conferences and exhibitions”.
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