*Help!* Handling Medical Emergencies at Events, for Event Professionals
Medical emergencies can, and do, happen at events! How well event professionals are prepared to handle them makes all the difference between a great event (with a successful outcome for the patient) or a disaster.
There’s a lot to know. How do you approach and assess medical emergencies at events? How do you keep the event going at the same time? How do you make good decisions about patient care, and when do you need to call 911?
David Egan brings you his extensive background as a pre-hospital emergency medical technician, emergency medical services educator, and 20+ years as owner and operator of his own event venue. He’ll take you through everything you need to know, in this energetic and entertaining session you won’t want to miss.
1. After participating in this session, attendees should be able to approach and assess medical emergencies at events with minimal disruption to the flow of the event.
2. After participating in this session, attendees should be able to explain the process for gathering information crucial to determining the medical treatment required, and the criteria for when and when not to call 911.
3. After participating in this session, attendees should be able to describe the appropriate documentation required for medical emergencies at events; the staff training requirements for readiness; and the equipment and supplies required.
*** This presentation is AEP-Approved, CSEP-Certified, and CPCE-Certified! ***
Playing Nice With Venues To Build Relationships And Business!
Want to be on more venues’ recommended event professionals lists? Want more referral business from other event professionals? Here’s straight talk from an experienced, no-nonsense venue owner on how to do it!
What you deliver to the client is only half the story. That part’s easy! Here are lots of down-to-earth, practical, tools, tips, and techniques that you can use before you arrive, during load-in and set-up, during the event (the easy part!), during load-out, and even after the event, to build your recommended and referral network at every venue and at every event. You’re already ‘wow’ing the client. Come learn to ‘wow’ every venue, impress the other wedding professionals, and grow your business, by being the consummate event professional!
David Egan has loaded-in and loaded-out over 900 events in his 20+ years as a venue owner and operator, and watched many hundreds of wedding professionals in action during events. He’s seen the good, the bad, and the ugly! You’ll love this entertaining collection of best practices, that will serve both you and your clients!
1. After participating in this session, attendees should be able to assemble the discipline-specific equipment and supplies required in order to stand out from their peers in both successful execution of their work at event venues and to be prepared for emergency and unusual situations.
2. After participating in this session, attendees should be able to explain how to do pre-and post-event promotion that benefits their own business, other event professionals, and the event venue.
3. After participating in this session, attendees should be able to describe how to travel to, arrive at, load-in, set-up, execute, and load-out an event as a consummate event professional.
Creating An Outstanding Wedding Tour Experience!
Many wedding professionals ignore—or don’t know—the keys things that can bring them more weddings, earn them more money, and make them (and their clients) happier when they give venue tours to prospective clients. The tour experience you create for prospective clients when they come through your door begins long before “hello”! Done well, that experience is truly powerful, and makes it easy for people to choose you, at your price.
David Egan has lived and breathed weddings and events since 2002 at Chase Court, the event venue he owns in Baltimore, Maryland. He’s sat with thousands of couples as they planned their weddings, listening to what was said and what was unsaid, guiding and supporting them in making good decisions about their weddings.
Join David to learn how to do great tours. You’ll get every element, in detail, laid out for you to take home and use right away.
1. After participating in this session, attendees should be able to prepare themselves for powerful and positive interactions with prospective clients.
2. After participating in this session, attendees should be able to create an effective physical wedding sales environment.
3. After participating in this session, attendees should be able to more accurately identify and assess prospective client’s behavior.
Presentation on Presentations: Changed for Good!
Great slide presentations—and great speakers—engage their audiences. They’re entertaining, they’re dynamic, they tell stories. And most important, they effectively convey the idea or information that the presenter wants the audience to get. Here’s why they work: those presentations don’t look anything like the charts and graphs and word-heavy, bullet-pointed, slide presentations that you’re used to seeing! The pace is different, the focus is different, and the visual content is vastly different.
In this groundbreaking and provocative session, you’ll learn to use a method of slide presentation called “slides as chorus,” that will put your presentations into an entirely new class, where people will sit up and take notice of what you have to say, and where you’ll truly reach their hearts and minds!
No matter what your purpose in presenting, David Egan will show you how to level up your skills in both content creation and presentation delivery so you can inspire, persuade, and educate your audiences like never before!
1. After participating in this session, attendees should be able to explain the design principles of, and design an outstanding slide presentation using, the “Slides as Chorus” method of presentation.
2. After participating in this session, attendees should be able to produce and present a “Slides as Chorus” method slide presentation to deliver content for maximum audience impact and comprehension.
3. After participating in this session, attendees should be able to prepare slide presentations using graphic design guidelines specifically focused on creating slide presentations optimized for how people learn best and retain knowledge.