5 Steps to designing an Inspiring Conference Programme
Thursday, 17 December 2015 from 09:30 to 11:00 (GMT)
How to get a "must-attend" conference programme ready from inception to marketing brief under 12 weeks
Why attend this training
Creating a conference programme able to inspire and drive an industry forward is a defining moment. You want your members to leave the room energised by the speakers and the contacts they have made throughout the day. This session will give you a clear plan to deliver the industry "must-attend" conference programme, from inception to marketing brief in under 12 weeks.
You will learn how to
- Put in place a research framework, taking on-board lessons from previous events
- Conduct Surveys and Interviews
- Plan programme advisory board / committee meetings
- Establish a research plan to get answers in a week
- Adopt an approach to get concrete answers from the conference advisory board / committee
- Schedule your speaker recruitment plan to complete your programme in under four weeks
Approximately 70% of this session will be instruction, and 30% discussion, interaction and group work.
Who this course is for
- Conference mangers
- Programme managers
- Programme producers
- Content managers
|Gaelle Watson, is an educational professional with experience in live (synchronous) learning and conference programme development. Gaelle has held a variety of positions including conference programme producer at RICS, a leading London based international membership organisation and professional body.
Gaelle is a Certified Online Facilitator by The Learning and Performance Institute.
The Association of Association Executives
The Association of Association Executives is a community of over 15,000 association executives in Europe, UK, and worlwide. It offers employees of professional, scientific, medical and business associations, societies, federations and other membership organisations: education, events, exchange of ideas and best practice, providing business-critical information, research, reports and directories.