Digital Events Management - VIRTUAL CLASS - 8/19/2021

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This class will be conducted VIRTUALLY through Zoom on XXXX from 8:30am - 4:00pm CST. This includes a 30-minute study period and an hour for the exam. Those that are recertifying or not taking the exam will end their day at 2:30pm CT. 

You are required to read the workbook before class. It is located under the “Workbook” tab.

You must have a webcam to take this class.

Digital Events have become increasingly popular, especially due to the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020-2021. These types of events were initially designed as an alternative method of bringing event attendees together that made sense both economically and environmentally and as part of a company’s overall digital transformation strategy. Since the pandemic, such experiences have been developed as necessary to fill meetings, and many feel digital events will most likely remain in demand even post-pandemic. More and more companies are building out hybrid event strategies that will play up the advantages of producing face-to-face events while extending their reach by including a digital component. Only time will tell us for sure.  

After completing this course, the participant should be able to: 

  • Identify different types of Digital events
  • Learn the basics of building a basic Digital event strategy
  • Understand the three major components of a Digital Event and all they encompass

Necoya Tyson, CCEP, CEM-AP, CGMP is the Vice President, Banker Education & Events for the Texas Bankers Association. Previously she was the Director of Meetings & Conventions for the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) where she managed the production and execution of the ATSSA Annual Convention & Traffic Expo, chapter How-To meetings and the associations Mid-Year meeting & activities. Prior to ATSSA, Necoya worked for National Trade Productions, Inc. as the Director of Operations & Conferences.

She is a graduate of Shaw University, in Raleigh, North Carolina with a B.A. in Mass Communications. She became a Certified Government Meeting Professional (CGMP) in June 2012. She obtained her Certified in Exhibition Management (CEM) designation in 2016, her CEM Advanced Professional (CEM-AP) designation in 2019 and currently serves on the IAEE CEM faculty.



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Enter code to continue. Please enter the password provided to you by your proctor. The exam is made up of 40 true/false and multiple-choice questions and you must answer at least 30 questions out of 40 to pass. You have 60 minutes to complete the exam. If you do not pass, you can retake the exam for a fee of $25. Instructions on retaking the exam will be provided to you in your exam results letter sent after completion of your exam.
Digital Events Management Exam
40 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  30/40 points to pass
40 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  30/40 points to pass