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Wedding Planning and Wedding Photography
Principal John Mason, ACS Distance Education
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Denise Hodges Phone: 07 5562 1088 [email protected]
Become a ‘Big Day’ (Wedding) Planner
In today’s busy world, more and more people are employing wedding organisers/planners to help take the stress out of planning their wedding. This new course guides you in gaining the skills and knowledge required to deliver high quality events for that “Big Day”.
A nice aspect of this career is that a successful wedding planner can be self-employed and run their business from home. They can start from home and eventually build this into an agency if they so desire.
The comprehensive course covers: personal attributes, opportunities, planning options, wedding types, ceremonies (different religions, celebrants etc), legalities, receptions, catering, flowers, themes, managing people, budget, table plans, photography, program management, speeches, entertainment, wedding cake, dress, stationery, gifts, decorations, managing the client, contracts, flow charts, check lists, schedules, contingencies, survival kit, business plan, bookkeeping and marketing
To find out more visit: http://www.acs.edu.au/courses/wedding-planning-559.aspx
Become a ‘Big Day’ (Wedding) Photographer
Learn to produce quality wedding photos as a commercial enterprise with this newly developed course.
A wedding is a very stressful time for most people. In fact, it is considered one of the most stressful events a person can experience in their life along with bereavement, divorce and moving house. So even though it is a joyous occasion, there is still a lot of stress involved because of all the organisation and planning. It is all the more important then, that the person looking after ‘capturing memories’ is skilled and well-prepared.
The course is comprehensive and covers: opportunities, locations, photographic techniques, logistical planning, equipment, styling, shooting - pre-wedding, ceremony & reception, post production as well as business & marketing.
Find out more: http://www.acs.edu.au/courses/wedding-photography-541.aspx