Events Assistant Apprenticeship Level 3
This programme allows students to work in events. An events assistant is an entry level position that typically involves working within a team of people in an events company or within the events department of a larger organisation.
Benefits / Skills
- Gathering facts and collating information
- Providing onsite assistance at an event.
- Managing time effectively
- Using event technology platforms and in-house bespoke software
- Understanding clients’ needs
- Managing and reconciling event budgets
Corporate Events Assistant
As a corporate events assistant you will organise corporate day sessions and make sure everything is in place the day before the event. In addition, you will proofread speeches for management, organise catering and be present onsite for any issues that may occur on the day.
Assistant Wedding and Events Coordinator
As an assistant wedding and events coordinator you will be the first point of contact for any events/wedding enquiries. In addition, you will plan each event while considering clients’ needs and will manage internal and external teams to meet deadlines.
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The largest recruiters for events assistant roles are global hotel chains.
92.7% of apprentices who used our recruitment service would recommend it to a friend.
The average salary for a qualified events assistant is £26,372.
Will employers just use me for the jobs they do not want to do?
No, you may start your apprenticeship completing basic tasks, but the whole point of your apprenticeship is to develop into a well-rounded member of staff. We will meet with your employer every eight weeks to make sure that they are supporting your development.
Will I earn less money doing an apprenticeship rather than working full-time?
The apprenticeship national minimum wage is currently £3.90 per hour, however, many employers offer more than this for their positions, as they want to attract high-quality candidates to their company. Every vacancy lists how much the wage is, so be sure to check these carefully to make sure that you are happy with how much the employer is offering.