Evnt7053 Event design, staging & production - Project Plan

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Client Event Proposal
Type: Project Plan
Learning Objectives Assessed: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Due Date: 10 Jun 24 - 14 Jun 24 Due during exam week, TBA
Weight: 40%
Group Work; Peer Assessment

Task Description:
The assessment task requires the team preparation of an event pitch for a real business/ to be assigned by the teaching team. The event needs to be financially feasible to be successful. Be creative and realistic in creating your event plan!
Working in teams of 6 students, the event pitch must be engaging, comprehensive and include details related to organising, staffing, directing, coordinating, executing, financing, and managing the associated risk at the event.
Teams will be created by the students with assistance from the teaching staff in week 1. Students will work in these groups all semester.
The pitch will be presented to the client and teaching staff at the end of the semester via in-person presentation, and will be 10 to 12 minutes in duration maximum (strictly enforced).
All team members must appear in the presentation.
The presentation will pitch your idea for the special event to representatives from the local business, "the client".
No hard copy report is required but supplementary materials such as site plans, timelines etc. are allowed as handouts with a limit of 10 pages maximum.
Complete details regarding the assessment task will be provided on Blackboard.
Your mark will be based on your individual contribution to the assessment task. Thus, you will be required to complete a peer evaluation at in-semester and the end of the semester. Individual grades will be calculated as the group score (self-rated score included) weighted by the peer evaluation scores.
All students will have an opportunity to practice, and gain feedback on, pitching their ideas via a short, elevator pitch during week 5. The elevator pitch will be 2-3 minutes maximum (strictly enforced). See details the assesment description.
The my.uq website for Study Skills->Group Work https://my.uq.edu.au/information-and-services/student-support/study-skills/group-work
UQ’s edX course - Working in Teams: A Practical Guide https://www.edx.org/course/working-in-teams-a-practical-guide

Please note:

UQ acknowledges that AI presents novel and evolving opportunities to assessment and will support students and staff in maintaining academic integrity.
Individual assessment tasks will detail any form of acceptable use of AI across all courses.
Use of AI outputs without attribution is a form of plagiarism which is unacceptable and constitutes academic misconduct.
Assessment will always centre of critical appraisal of student knowledge, skills and attributes. This may include students’ critical reflection and application of AI within their discipline.
Criteria & Marking:
UQ Students: Please access the profile from Learn.UQ or mySI-net to access marking criteria held in this profile.

Submission:

Submitted by in-person presentation. Presentation materials, videos, reference list, and supplementary materials only are provided through the Blackboard Assessment link.

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