JUSTIFICATION OF IRP

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  1. JUSTIFICATION OF IRP

I am targeting the media/ PR/ advertising industry with a specific focus on the job of an event planner.  The IRP I have opted to submit for this industry and the targeted job is a campaign strategy for an event. A campaign strategy in event planning is a document detailing the event and how event planning will approach the market (Ramsborg, Miller, Breiter, Reed, & Rushing, 2008).   I have chosen this IRP because it explains the basic engagement of an event planner in their day to day activity. An event planner is mainly tasked with taking a critical look at the market and aligning events with the market.  The campaign strategy details how an event planner will plan and promote the event, setting out the objectives of the event, the audience, and the marketing strategy that will be used (Ramsborg et al., 2008). It shows a clear understanding of the job and the market, including the ability of the event planner to work with others in making the event a success.

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JUSTIFICATION OF IRP

500-word report to be uploaded to Moodle
For this activity you must submit a 500-word written report based on research you have conducted:
a) into a specific sector of the media, PR or advertising industries; and b) into a specific organisation
within this specific sector. Provide an overview of the current employment prospects and recruitment
challenges within this industry and organisation, as well as at least three of your own, original ideas
about how you might overcome any hurdles in this respect. The point here is not simply to detail a
company’s history, but to show that you are thinking strategically and creatively about the challenges
facing people hoping to work for this company, and how you might overcome these challenges to
gain work in your chosen field after you graduate.
Moodle upload: Upload your report for Tutorial Activity B to Moodle by Friday 23rd September,
5pm at the latest. Please note that your uploading of this report will count as your official attendance
for one tutorial week of the course. There are three reports due in on 23rd September. Hence, we
strongly suggest you pace yourselves and write one per week rather than leaving all three to the last
minute.

Tutorial Activity C: Personality profile (to be conducted independently)
500-word report to be uploaded to Moodle by Friday 23rd September, 5pm
For this activity you must submit a 500-word written report based on research you have conducted
into a high-performing individual who works in your target industry sector. Once again, the point here
is not simply to detail an executive’s CV, but to reveal your insights into what it is about this
particular person and the way they have worked in the industry which has enabled them to reach the
position they currently hold. Provide some reflections about how you might emulate some of these
strategies.
Moodle upload: Upload your report for Tutorial Activity C to Moodle by Friday 23rd September,
5pm at the latest. Please note that your uploading of this report will count as your official attendance
for one tutorial week of the course. There are three reports due in on 23rd September. Hence, we
strongly suggest you pace yourselves and write one per week rather than leaving all three to the last
minute.
Tutorial Activity D – Cold Calling, Door Knocking and
Networking

200-word report to be uploaded to Moodle by Friday 23rd September, 5pm
This activity requires submitting a 200-word report and has three components: you must “cold call”
five organisations in your industry sector of interest; you must “door knock” a sixth organisation in
your industry sector of interest; and you must engage in an in-person networking activity in a
seventh organisation in your industry sector of interest. The substance of these conversations and
interactions are up to you and will depend on your circumstances. If you are stuck for ideas, consider
asking some simple questions about recruitment procedures, and job opportunities. The point of this
exercise is to help build your confidence in phone calls and in-person conversations, as much as to
gain information. So here are the ground rules… JUSTIFICATION OF IRP.
* For the cold calling part of this exercise, you must pick up the phone and speak to actual humans –
emailing and SMS-ing are not permitted!
* For the door knocking part of this exercise, you must turn up, in person at the head office of an
organisation you’re interested in, and have a relevant work-related conversation with someone at the

front desk or beyond. Once again, the exact nature of this dialogue is up to you and will depend on
your circumstances. JUSTIFICATION OF IRP.
* The networking part of this exercise is wide open. The idea is to get yourself along to a launch,
function, conference or some other relevant event, and attempt to start a conversation with one or
more of the movers and shakers in your field over the French onion dip. Don’t forget that quite a few
students in this course are interning or doing paid work in the magazine sector. You could network
with them. Obviously you’ll need to uncover their top secret identities first, but there are plenty of
creative (and also legal!) solutions to this problem…
Moodle upload: Upload a 200-word report detailing the details of the organisations you approached,
and also the times and dates you approached them to Moodle by Friday 23rd September, 5pm at the
latest. As discussed, there are three reports due in on 23rd September. Hence, we strongly suggest
you pace yourselves and write one per week rather than leaving all three to the last minute.
Please note also that these exercises and report will be crucial for the Critical Reflection component
of Assessment Task Three. JUSTIFICATION OF IRP

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  1. JUSTIFICATION OF IRP

I am targeting the media/ PR/ advertising industry with a specific focus on the job of an event planner.  The IRP I have opted to submit for this industry and the targeted job is a campaign strategy for an event. A campaign strategy in event planning is a document detailing the event and how event planning will approach the market (Ramsborg, Miller, Breiter, Reed, & Rushing, 2008).   I have chosen this IRP because it explains the basic engagement of an event planner in their day to day activity. An event planner is mainly tasked with taking a critical look at the market and aligning events with the market.  The campaign strategy details how an event planner will plan and promote the event, setting out the objectives of the event, the audience, and the marketing strategy that will be used (Ramsborg et al., 2008). It shows a clear understanding of the job and the market, including the ability of the event planner to work with others in making the event a success. JUSTIFICATION OF IRP……..

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