Event Management Workshops

Event and Festival Industry Workshops are a series of one-day workshops run by Events South Australia which are designed to educate and upskill the South Australian event industry. 

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The Events and Festivals Industry Workshop is an initiative of Events South Australia. It aims to provide a forum for the South Australian events industry to network, share information, workshop topics that affect all events and hear from industry leaders.

What you can expect

The workshops bring together South Australian event organisers and industry experts to share knowledge and insights, discuss current topics and trends and learn from leaders in marketing, event operations, public relations, event design, risk management and much more. 

All event organisers from around South Australia are invited to attend the workshops. No matter how big or small your event, the workshops will provide something for you.

Workshops are held in Adelaide and major regional centres year-round.

Workshops are a not-for-profit initiative and are kept at an affordable rate, with all fees paid being used to cover the cost of the day only.

Previous workshops have featured the following topics and presenters:

  • What's New in the World of Events with Professor Graham Brown - University of South Australia
  • Event evaluation with Dr. Steve Brown – Flinders University
  • Risk assessment and emergency response plans with Al Cormack – Clipsal 500 Risk Assessment Officer
  • Event operations with Gary Beelitz – Santos Tour Down Under
  • Social media with Michelle Prak – Social media expert

Events South Australia invites you to the next Events and Festivals Industry Workshop

The next Events and Festivals Industry Workshop is yet to be confirmed. 

To register your interest in future workshops, please contact the Business Development Coordinator at esa@sa.gov.au.

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