Events Management

Learn how to plan, organise and run various types of events including showcases, music, charity and corporate events. This course will also give you an insight into modern digital marketing tools used to promote events.
Level 3 Events Management
  • Marketing an event
  • Arts in the community
  • Event management
  • Production management for live performances
  • Introduction to digital marketing
  • Market research
  • Business communication
  • Managing a business event
You will learn to secure funding, research and plan to deliver successful and profitable showcases and events.

You will explore the world of marketing and branding by learning about the business environment, online marketing and the importance of teamwork in order to ensure your product reaches its target audience.

BCE Events students will have the opportunity to take part in work experience at real life festivals and events, as well as staging their own events every term.

Progression Routes

BCE Events students can progress to a BCE Level 3 Events Assistant apprenticeship or a degree related to events management.

Entry Requirements

Applicants must have 5 GCSEs at grades 4-9 including English (or equivalent).


Vocational success rate for Academy learners


of BCE Level 3 learners progress to University


of BCE apprentices progress into careers in London’s creative economy

I studied Events and Music Management at BCE. I really benefited from studying at BCE; my most memorable moment was my first showcase. We had Chipmunk, Wretch 32, Ghetts, Bashy, plus surprise guests and I remember the energy of the crowd going bonkers as we kept hitting them with surprises. That is what solidified my love of entertaining and creating immersive experiences for people. What I really loved about BCE is that they allowed me to be an individual. They allowed us to be creative and to flourish and I feel like the teachers and mentors knew how to spot that greatness in people.

I was also given tangible pathways into the entertainment industries working with Urban Development and Eastside Records. Most importantly I was given a new lease of life and I’m sure many other young people feel the same way. The work I do now is about empowering young people, so I came back in to work with the Media class a few years ago. Some of the students helped me on set of my short film ‘AMANI’, working behind the scenes and even featuring in it.

If it wasn’t for BCE there’s no way I would have becomemthe person I am today. Thanks for helping me find myself!

AmaniFormer BCE Events Management Student