Certificate in Cultural Event Management at IADT

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IADT is offering places on Certificate in Cultural Event Management, a short modular course under the Government Jobs Stimulus initiative. People in employment can be 90% funded under the scheme and jobseekers are fully funded.

Applications are now OPEN


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The aim of this 15 credit, Certificate in Cultural Event Management, Level 9 module is to enable the learner to develop knowledge skills and competencies in cultural event management.

  • Course code: DL139
  • Duration: 7 weeks starting Monday 1st November 2021
  • Time: Monday 6pm-9pm, Wednesday 10am-12pm and some scheduled workshops
  • Mode of delivery: online / blended
  • Entry requirements: Level 8 or equivalent
  • Fees: €1,312 [100% paid if unemployed; 90% paid if employed or self-employed]
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  • Application deadline: 29th October 12pm
  • Contact: Sylvia Wrynn at sylvia.wrynn@iadt.ie

This is a 15 ECTS Certificate in Cultural Event Management at level 9. Learner will develop knowledge skills and competencies in cultural event management. The objective is ensure learners develop a critical appreciation of the event context and then apply a range of management tools and methodologies in the design and execution of an original cultural event. Learners will be able to conceptualise, develop and plan an event idea, from ideation through to post event evaluation.

The Modular Skills Provision funded programmes have been selected to address specific economic and social needs arising from COVID19. Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD announced over €30 million in free and subsidised higher education places under the Jobs Stimulus package to help get people back to work, upskill workers and build economic confidence while continuing to manage the impact of COVID-19.

Applicants who are in receipt of social welfare payments including the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) will be eligible for free fees. Those in employment will be required to pay only 10% of the course fee.

For information on eligibility and funding, please read the following guides in advance of making your application.


Steven Galvin

Trinity College Dublin and Columbia University Dual BA Program
Digital Journalism & Radio Broadcasting at Kerry College


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