Recorded Event Training

The five event training workshops aim to equip event organisers with the knowledge and skills they need to deliver safe and successful events in the Geelong region and to assist with recovery from the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Event Planning – How to Make Your Event Better and Easier

Rachella Thomas from award-winning agency Event Kit explains the guiding principles for best practice event management. Rachella also provides an overview of the key considerations for event planning and how to use event templates and resources to minimise stress on event day.


Creating Safe Events – What Does a Safe Event Look Like?

Presented by Rachella Thomas from award-winning agency Event Kit, learn how to use your risk assessment more effectively, how to plan for the unexpected and unplanned on event day, and how to fast-track the risk planning process so it gets easier each time.


2022 Community Event Grants Information  

Sharon Cockerell from the City of Greater Geelong provides a snapshot of the 2022 City of Greater Geelong Community Event Grants.


Grant writing for success

Tim Downes and Michael King from Leisure Networks provide advice on how to write a successful grant application. Focussing on how to structure grant applications ensuring you address the grant-specific guideline, building the supporting document framework, and maximising your opportunity for a successful application.


Boost Your Event Marketing with Canva

Learn how to up your marketing game to get more attendees at your next event using Canva (a free to use online graphic design tool). Mel Stewart from Hyper Social explains the basics of event branding and how to use Canva to set up a brand kit, use templates and produce print-ready artwork.


Three Low Cost Digital Marketing Strategies for your Event

Mel Stewart from Hyper Social explains how to stretch your marketing dollars and maximise your time to get better results using three low cost digital marketing strategies.


These workshops have been funded via the Victorian Government’s Regional Recovery Program.




Page last updated: Thursday, 7 July 2022

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