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VMA announces dates for 2021 Venue Management School
The Venue Management Association (VMA) has announced the dates for the 2021 Venue Management School and Leadership Institute to be held at Salt Resort, Kingscliff between the 7th and 12th November.
With the unfortunate cancellation of the 2020 School, the VMA is looking forward to welcoming a new intake of Year 1 students who will join returning Year 2 students as they complete their studies and graduate.
The world-renowned VMS combines the ultimate venue industry networking experience with a two-year program featuring workshops, discussions and presentations to explore essential topics to the venue industry.
Executive-level venue managers with years of experience and endless industry connections, instruct each session with ready-to-implement strategies for venues of all sizes and sectors.
Completed by close to 900 students, VMS has been cultivating the next generation of venue professionals for over 25 years and is ideal for middle to senior managers.
The VMA Leadership Institute (LI) is held concurrently with the VMS and is the benchmark educational program for senior managers to executives looking to enhance their leadership ability and prepare to take on a larger role within their organisation.
Accepting a limited number of students per year, the LI consists of in-depth sessions focusing on leadership skills specific to the venue industry.
Exploring leadership styles, strategic planning, management theory, the art of negotiation, leading change and more, LI is your ticket to being a recognised authority in the venue management business.
Visit the website for all the details and to register your interest, check out the 2021 VMI & LI Prospectus or contact the VMA Education Manager to discuss your suitability.
Click here to visit the website for details and to register interest in the Venue Management School and Leadership Institute.
Lower image shows past VMS attendees.
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19th January 2021 - Make Summer Unstoppable sees venues play a part in keeping New Zealanders safe
5th January 2021 - City of Greater Bendigo farewells venue manager David Lloyd
21st December 2020 - ‘Year like no other’ impacts VenuesWest operations
7th December 2020 - COVID impacts fan numbers at Stadiums Queensland venues
25th November 2020 - Industry excellence recognised at 2020 New Zealand entertainment venues awards
17th November 2020 - Appointments announced for Venues NSW Board
12th November 2020 - Reliance Risk partners with Pandemic Protect to launch Venue COVIDSafe products
13th August 2020 - VMA Board elects MCEC’s Leighton Wood as new President
10th May 2020 - IAVM announces cancellation of 2020 Venue Management School
23rd April 2020 - VMA opens application for new Diploma of Venue Management
31st March 2020 - VMA supports members with suspension of membership dues
17th March 2020 - VMA cancels 2020 Venue Industry Congress
29th November 2019 - 26th Venue Management School welcomes record enrolments
7th November 2019 - Venue Management School set to develop next generation of venue industry leaders
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