Producing the Future is back – Secure Your Spot Today!

Are you eager to dive into the vibrant world of the arts event industry?

In collaboration with Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket, we are offering an outstanding Event Management course for young people aged 18-25. This programme is designed to equip you with essential skills and provide immersive, hands-on practical training. 

A Platform for Experience

This immersive course provides a platform for participants to:Learn by Doing: Take a deep dive into the processes of event planning and delivery.Engage with a Real Project: Tackle genuine event briefs, honing skills in various aspects of event production, from conceptualisation to the nitty-gritty of risk assessments.Develop Holistic Skills: Cultivate a robust skill set essential for successful event producers. Explore skills in marketing, budgeting, creative programming and project management.Gain Industry Insights: Attend exclusive sessions featuring seasoned professionals from the festival and events industry, offering valuable perspectives and advice.Open Doors to Opportunities: Secure a chance to interview for coveted work placements at high-profile festivals and events across Edinburgh, launching your career in the arts event industry.

Who is this for?

No prior experience is necessary; however, a commitment to attend all sessions is essential to ensure a complete and immersive learning experience. We’re seeking young people who have a passion for the arts and events industry and can commit to fully participating in all aspects of the course. 
Course Venue: Fruitmarket 45 Market St, Edinburgh EH1 1DFCourse Dates : Every Tuesday from April 16th, for 10 weeksYour Event: Friday 21st June Fee: £50. This will be refunded in full at the end of the course. 80% attendance is required to qualify for your refund.

Register now to be a part of shaping the future of events in Scotland. Spaces are limited – REGISTER FOR YOUR PLACE NOW!

At Be United, we advocate for, nurture, and champion Black individuals working in the performing arts, screen, and cultural events sectors. We strongly encourage applications from young Black people and BIPOC.

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