World of Events Unit 1

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The world of events;
Assignment 1

After leaving school, I wasn’t sure on what my future career would be, nor did I have in mind what I wanted to be. I just had in mind unlike my friends that were wanting to be nurses, teachers etc that I wanted a job that involved a lot of creativity. I tried a art and design course, which I realised I enjoyed art, fashion, graphics and textiles, but it just didn’t ‘feel’ right and wasn’t giving me the satisfaction I wanted. I auditioned for a performing arts course but whilst I was auditioning I realised it wasn’t the performing I wanted to do, it was the organising side. Which due to living in a small town, oppertunities are far and few. I eventually looked into the job ‘organising’ and found that people organised events as a living, researching the oppertunities of the job I found that its exactly what I wanted to do. Id always enjoyed organising parties for friends, and even organised our first school prom. I did a year at a college studying events management in which we had to treat the group as a business. As I was the only one in the group with experience from working in a nightclub organising events I managed to lead the group to organise successful events throughout the year I was there. I strive for a ‘buzzing’ environment and atmoshphere. I find that events are something that are out of the ordinary from day to day life, and can create a distraction from the negativity, or repeptitive day to day life. I enjoy creating memories for people and I thrive of the satisfaction at the end of an event/party/celebration if people go home happy that ive contributed to that feeling. There are so many things in life that too many people focus on that are negative. When people forget there is just as much to celebrate about life.

After working in nightclubs for the past 5 years, ive realised that the ‘nightclub scene’ isnt where I want to stay then endless nights, the downfall of the economoy and the repetitiveness of...
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