The end of the year is fast approaching, and most people are already enjoying themselves on holidays. (MOST people…)
So, in ode to the year that was 2016, we’re taking a look back at some of our favourite blogs, eBooks and student achievements so that you can enjoy them all over again.
Planning a party this Christmas?
You’ve seen our party planning slideshare*, but you may be wondering – how long will all of this planning take me? How am I expected to get organised? Am I on schedule, or am I just hopelessly winging it? (more…)
Considering a career in events?
If the answer’s YES, then there’s no better place to start than to jump in and plan one of your very own.
We’ve created an easy-to-use events checklist to help guide your planning.
STUDENT FEATURE: CHLOE CHAPMAN
Chloe Chapman studied event management at Martin’s Melbourne campus, and has since started working in the industry as a Corporate Golf Assistant. We caught up with Chloe to find out more about what a Corporate Golf Assistant does, and to see how she’s enjoying her new role!
STUDENT FEATURE: Zoe Van Wees
Zoe Van Wees is studying her Diploma of Events (SIT50212) at Martin’s Melbourne campus. As part of her course, she’s completing an internship with The Cluster, a shared co working space that holds business conferences and networking/social events.
STUDENT FEATURE BLOG: Elise Fletcher
At Martin, our primary goal is to get our students 100% career-ready, so when we get a good news story – we love to share it.
Elise Fletcher studied her Diploma of Events (SIT50212) at the Martin Melbourne campus, and has since started working as an Administrative Events Assistant at EMG Events.
Considering a career in event management, but not sure if you’ve got what it takes?
While the qualification might be the first step to learning the ins and outs of the events industry, there are a number of soft skills that will be extremely helpful to you in your career.
The secret to getting ahead… is getting started!
With the end of the year approaching, it’s easy to look back and feel a sense of discontent at what you’ve achieved – possibly even pang of guilt. But 2016 isn’t over yet.
For your Year 12 exams, it’s good to be confident in your capability to answer long-form questions. Writing a good, solid essay response is crucial; read on for the steps to making sure that your essay argument is as clear and supported as possible.
Not all of us can find a sense of harmony in the library or common room, and it can certainly be a struggle to focus at home.
Whether you’re a student who needs to hit the books or a freelancer working on a project, there’s nothing quite like an amazing café that caters to your needs. (more…)