This course provides a process for analyzing and responding to risks that can adversely impact any meeting or event. As the final Core Course, it offers a practical approach to ensure that the planner understands and uses every possible safeguard to produce safe and successful events. Particular emphasis is placed on contract issues and laws and regulations pertaining to meetings and events. Learn how to conduct a thorough risk assessment and develop an appropriate risk management plan for every meeting and event; identify the key laws and regulations that impact events; understand the key components of event contracts; provide protection against injury to individuals and damage to property; understand and comply with copyright and trademark protection requirements; and identify types of insurance that are appropriate for a particular event.

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This is the fourth and last core course to be taken in order.

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Related Programs

The George Washington University Event Management Certificate Program (LERN)