What is involved with Event Design using the EventCanvas Methodology and the EDC Program you ask?
Are you familiar with the saying, “The bait has to taste good to the fish, not to the fisherman”?
In the event industry, this means various stakeholders ultimately decide on the success or failure of your event. The personal taste of the planner designing and executing the event ultimately doesn’t guarantee success.
Now you might ask yourself: How do I design an event specifically for my stakeholders?
Is there a process that is practical, generates innovative ideas, takes the decision-makers goals into account, and at the same time proves the value-creation potential of an event?
The Event Canvas™ Methodology provides you with answers to these and other questions with a practical approach. In this interactive workshop, you will learn how to use the #EventCanvas to develop target group-specific events that focus on generating added value for all involved.
The method is based on the core principles of design thinking and supports the creative process without losing sight of the return on time, resources and financial investments.
Join our Level 1 Certificate course to learn how to apply this methodology and join the community of change-makers embracing the process and contributing to the intentional design movement.
Experience being in an event design team. Apply the Event Design using the Event Canvas™ Methodology on a case study. Explore Empathy Mapping. Identify the CHANGE of behavior per stakeholder. Then FRAME the event design challenge by locking in all the design constraints. Articulate the change required and then prototype various event designs. Come full circle as a team having applied the Event Design using the Event Canvas methodology with 6 roles and the Facilitation Kit.
YOU WILL LEARN TO
Apply the Empathy Map, Event Canvas, and Event Delta to analyze stakeholder behavior as a design team member
Prototype Event Designs to articulate the narrative of the event design
Be able to articulate the purpose of Event Design using the Event Canvas™ Methodology to demonstrate the value of an event
Duration: This training takes one full day, walk-in starts at 9 am and we conclude no later than 5 pm.
Date: The next training date is Tuesday, September 5, 2024
Location: the 1st Event Design Lab at the Postillion Hotel & Convention Centre, Waldorpstraat in The Hague.
Trainers: Marga Groot Zwaaftink and/or Ingrid Rip
Investment: € 595 including coffee/tea, lunch and a certificate of participation and 7 clock hours for continuing education in domain G: Meeting & Event Design, as defined by the Events Industry Council (EIC).
Will you also join the global community of change-makers in events? We look forward to meeting you!