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This subject aims to provide you with the ability to analyse the economic, social, political, environmental and goodwill impacts of events with international outcomes. These include mega events, franchised events, touring events and local events attracting international attendance. The strategic planning processes used to create, develop, attract and assess these events is examined.
Exams will take place in weeks 15 & 16. Please refer to the official Exam Timetable for further information.
Assessment One: Students will participate with their peers in a creation of a WIKI that showcases international events from around the world and the impacts and legacies the events have afforded on the community and citizens of the country in which they were held.
Assessment Two: Students will be required to select a city and strategically plan and develop an event for a designated precinct.
Students will need to determine:-
Assessment Three Students will work in small groups and select one country and present an overview of the country’s strategic plan for developing events for its region/country. Students will need to examine:-