Professional Event Managers and Wedding Planners are in full coordination mode with this spring’s weddings and busy taking new bookings as this is one of the peak times for couples to book their wedding planners. If you have ever thought ‘how do I become a wedding planner or event manager?’ then we’re not surprised. It’s a fun, dynamic job and can fit around other commitments easily as a first job for an ambitious new graduate or a second income for parents and workers. Wedding Planning and Event Management aren’t always easy and there are a lot of skills to develop, but with the proper courses and mentoring anyone can successfully become a wedding & event planner.
Save £500 on Course Fees with Large Grant & Special Package – Additional Funding Received
Thanks to additional funding we are delighted to be able to continue with our £300 grants for all home study and weekend courses.
Plus be one of the next ten people to book a weekend or home study course and enjoy the following:
£200 voucher for the intermediate home study course at WPS to be redeemed at a later date*;
Luxury chocolates, and
RomCom DVD boxset for a girls’ night in;
Stylish bag for all those days out shopping
*Not to be used in conjunction with any other concessions.
Book your course now to benefit and save £500
WPS Graduate Ruth Hunter Wins Best Wedding Planner in the Country Award – Well done Ruth!
Many congratulations to Ruth Hunter of Finesse Planning who won Best Wedding Planner across the whole of the country in the Wedding Industry Awards 2013. Much deserved for a fantastic wedding planner. Congratulations!
Applications Open for Summer School!
A unique two-week Summer School where you can learn the theory and skill in planning profitable high-end weddings and events while staying in stunning surroundings, and plan a real-life event too. Plus optional bespoke business planning to give you the help you need.
Applications are being accepted for this year’s Summer School and payment plans are available
Take a look at the introductory video to find out how to make your mark in the £18.8 billion events market…