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Sounds Good (the story of a band): Prepare for an event
Unit Code: HD31CY069
Credit Value: 3
Unit ID: CCX466
Last registration date: 31/07/2016
This unit is a member of one or more groups of related units.
|The learner will
||The learner can
|1. ||Know the language appropriate for promoting an event.|
|1.1 ||Evaluate a range of logos used in the music industry, making a judgement on what makes them effective.|
|1.2 || Design a logo for an item of merchandising. |
|1.3 ||Provide constructive feedback on a range of logo designs.|
|1.4 ||Produce a poster or flyer to advertise an event.|
|2. ||Obtain information on costs for a specific purpose.|
|2.1 ||Identify the costs that would be involved in running an event.|
|2.2 ||Research the actual costs involved and list two cost options: preferred option and cheapest option.|
|2.3 ||Present findings to group.|
|3. ||Make an informed decision based on information from graphical sources.|
|3.1 ||Identify venues on map of UK.|
|3.2 ||Negotiate and agree venues.|
|3.3 ||Estimate distance in miles from base to venues.|
|3.4 ||Calculate distance in miles from base to venues and back to base.|
|3.5 ||Check answers using calculator.|
|4. ||Know how to vary language for specific audiences.|
|4.1 ||Negotiate and agree on the most appropriate methods of communication to book a venue for an event.|
|4.2 ||Write an informal note or email to confirm a booking with a third party.|
|4.3 ||Write a formal letter to a hotel to confirm a booking and ask for information.|
|4.4 ||Proofread and revise writing for accuracy and meaning.|
- Written exercise
- Group discussion
- Production of artefact
- Practice file
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