Monday 13.15-16.30 Classroom R35G301
Thursday 8.00-9.30 Classroom R35F207
Schedule and Topics:
30.8. Introduction to the course and dividing the groups
2.9. Group work planning (no contact lecture)
6.9. Introduction to Events / Types of Events
9.9. Planning the Events (Pre-Present-Post, Target Group, Venue)
13.9. Content and Concept Design of the Event (+ Mr. Julius Meriläinen video greetings)
16.9. Event Production with Ms. Linda Mankki
20.9. Legal and Financial aspects of Events (+Ms. Jenni Roivas video greetings)
23.9.. Guest lecture from the Event Industry with Mr Jani Fagerroos
27.9. Security and Safety of the Events with Mr. Janne Mönkkönen
30.9. Marketing the Events & Customer Journey
4.10. Finalising the course assignment
18. & 21.10. Autumn holiday, no contact
25.10. Outro (no compulsory, join if you want)
*Please note, due to Covid-19 the students are required to use mask in the classroom. If this is not possible there is a possibility to complete the course remotely/independently. Thank you for your understanding.
Method of learning:
There are two ways of completing the course. Face 2 face at the classroom or completely remotely/independently.
The course schedule is planned for the face 2 face method.
The independent studies only have the final deadline for the assignments. Please see them at Moodle.
The course will be arranged by the flipped learning method.
One of the most exciting advancements in the modern classroom is flipped learning. It hinges on the idea that students learn more effectively by using class time for small group activities and individual attention. Teachers then assign students lecture materials and presentations to be viewed at home or outside of the classroom day, prioritizing active learning.
“Less ‘sit and listen’ equals more ‘do and learn’ — and the flipped model is making class time more enjoyable, productive and engaging for students and teachers.” — The Flipped Institute
So your job is to listen/watch the theoretical lectures at home and we will work with your group works and learning diaries at the classroom. Therefor you can watch the theoretical lectures where ever you want in your own time (before the next lecture) and then you will always have a guidance to do your assignments during the contact lectures. This also makes the group work easier as there is dedicated time reserved to this on your study schedules. 3
The materials will be provided by the lecturer.
30.08.2021 - 29.10.2021
02.08.2021 - 05.09.2021
There is a possibility to complete this course completely remotely/independently. Please see the instructions from the Moodle.
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Open UAS 5 (included in the total capacity)
Exchange students: 5 (included in the total capacity)
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Tourism Management
School of Business