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Ed34 (Created 9-10-15)UNIV E RS ITY OUT R EAC HOFFIC E OF PROF ESSIONAL AN DCONT I NUING ED UCATlO NOffice of Professional & Continuing Education301 OD Smith Hall Auburn, AL 36849 Shavon Williams 334-844-5100Last revised April 16, 2015Auburn University is an equal opportunity educational institution/employer.No refunds can be issued after the start date published in your Financial Award document.Education & Training PlanStudent Name:Start & End Dates: / / to / /Wedding Consultant Entrepreneur Certificate ProgramMentor SupportedMyCAA InformationCourse Code: AU- WCE2Program Duration: 9 MonthsCourse Contact Hours: 405Student Tuition: 3,950This training program combines a two course training track: Wedding ConsultantStart Your Own BusinessIt's the most important day in many couples’ lives and everything needs to be perfect. Withweddings becoming larger, costlier and more complex, more than two thirds of engaged couplesare turning to professional wedding consultants for help. Learn how to combine your creativevision with their individual preferences to create the wedding of their dreams. Discover thenewest wedding trends and find out how to be the first to adopt these new trends.The Job OutlookAlthough the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics doesn't collect information on wedding planners, itpredicted that there are many opportunities for individuals in this profession becauseapproximately ten percent of engaged couples work with a planner. Employment of meeting,convention, and event planners is expected to grow 44 percent from 2010 to 2020, much fasterthan the average for all occupations. As businesses and organizations become increasinglyinternational, meetings and conventions are expected to become even more important. Formany of these organizations, meetings are the only time they can bring their members together.

Ed34 (Created 9-10-15)Certification:Upon successful completion of our Wedding Consultant course, students will be prepared to sit for theNCCB national certification exam to become a Certified Wedding Planning Professional (CWPP).Wedding Consultant180 HoursOverviewIt's the most important day in many couples’ lives and everything needs to be perfect. With weddingsbecoming larger, costlier and more complex, more than two thirds of engaged couples are turning toprofessional wedding consultants for help. Learn how to combine your creative vision with their individualpreferences to create the wedding of their dreams. Discover the newest wedding trends and find out howto be the first to adopt these new trends.Drawing on wedding traditions and customs from around the world, this course includes real-worldinformation on: Vows, from the traditional to the creativeRituals, former variety of traditionsToasts, from the classic to advice on writing your ownReadings, spanning various customs and heritagesMusic, from classical to popularAfter completing this course, you should be able to: Identify techniques for planning a wedding ceremonyComprehend the role of wedding vows and traditionsIdentify the elements involved in the wedding consulting businessIdentify techniques for marketing and determining fees and servicesDefine basic wedding elements the wedding consult must considerOutlineWedding Consultant Module 1The Ceremony Planner Setting the Tone for the WeddingTaking Charge of the WeddingChoosing an OfficiantDeciding Who will ParticipatePlanning the Ceremony LocationThe Wedding ProgramThe Wedding Rehearsal

Ed34 (Created 9-10-15) The Ceremony TextIncorporating Personal BeliefsChecklists and WorksheetsWedding Consultant Module 2Wedding Vows and Traditions Traditional Religious VowsInterfaith and Nondenominational VowsCivil VowsWriting Your Own VowsTraditional & Nontraditional ReadingsExchanging Ring CeremoniesUnifying RitualsPrograms and QuotesSelecting the MusicSpeeches and ToastsWedding Consultant Module 3The Wedding Consultant Business Characteristics of a Successful Bridal ConsultantThe Role of the ConsultantWedding Day DutiesConsulting Services and FeesDeveloping Your MarketWriting a Mission StatementBuilding the Foundations of Your BusinessWriting a Business PlanLegal IssuesThe Cost of Doing BusinessDeveloping a Vendor NetworkMarketing Your BusinessUsing the InternetTracking Your FinancesWedding Consultant Module 4The Portable Wedding Consultant Accessories, Attendants, AttireThe Ceremony ItselfDivorced parentsFinances, Flowers, Guest ListsInvitations, HoneymoonKids at WeddingsMusic and PhotographyHair and MakeupRehearsals, Gifts, the ReceptionShowers, Rings, Thank You NotesTraditions, TransportationTuxedos, Wedding GownsVideography

Ed34 (Created 9-10-15) Wedding CakesStart Your Own Business225 HoursOverviewHave you ever eaten a Mrs. Fields cookie? Used an Apple computer? Listened to a hip-hop CD?Entrepreneurs brought these products to your world. People that start their own businesses and work forthemselves are called entrepreneurs. For an entrepreneur the sky is the limit as far as earnings andpotential success. An entrepreneur is someone who has recognized an opportunity to start a business thatother people may not have noticed. Entrepreneurs can shape and create an opportunity where others seelittle or nothing -- or see it too early or too late. Our Start Your Own Business class will help you createthe business you want. Throughout this course you will be working on your business plan and creatinga quick comprehensive overview of the elements you want in your new business.After completing this course, you should be able to: Define entrepreneurshipRecall the steps for developing a business planIdentify methods for forming a financing strategyRecognize the fundamentals of commercial lawDistinguish between potential strategies for growing your businessOutlineStart Your Own Business Module 1Entrepreneurial Pathways Defining EntrepreneurshipWhat Entrepreneurs DoFinding & Evaluating OpportunityExamining ProfitsCreating Business from OpportunityCreating a Feasibility AnalysisDeveloping a Business ModelDefining Your BusinessAnalyzing Your Competitive AdvantageViability TestingValuing a BusinessStart Your Own Business Module 2Integrated Marketing Exploring Your Market

Ed34 (Created 9-10-15) Marketing vs. SellingMarket ResearchMarket SegmentsPositioning Your Product or ServiceDeveloping Your Marketing PlanMarketing MixPricing Your ProductsBreakeven AnalysisSmart SellingEffective Customer ServicePrinciples of SellingSuccessful Sales CallsCustomer Relationship ManagementStart Your Own Business Module 3Cost Analysis Understanding & Managing CostsIdentify Required InvestmentAnalyze Fixed Operating CostsCalculate Gross ProfitFinancial Record KeepingFinancial StatementsIncome StatementsExamining a Balance SheetFinancial Ratio AnalysisCalculating Return on InvestmentSame-Size AnalysisQuick, Current & Debt RatiosStart Your Own Business Module 4Financing Strategy Cash Flow ManagementCash vs. ProfitsCash Flow StatementCash BudgetTaxesFiling Tax ReturnsFinancing PreferencesTypes of Business FinancingDebt vs. Equity FinancingIdentifying Sources of CapitalStocks & Bonds as InvestmentsStart Your Own Business Module 5Operating For Success Addressing Legal IssuesManaging RiskBusiness Legal StructuresContracts

Ed34 (Created 9-10-15) Commercial LawIntellectual PropertyProtecting Tangible AssetsOperations in a BusinessProduction-Distribution ChainSupply Chain ManagementManaging SuppliersManaging InventoryFacilities Location & DesignStart Your Own Business Module 6Growing Your Business Management10 Basic Tasks Handled by ManagersLeadership StylesOrganizational CulturesOrganizational StructureHuman Resources ManagementEthical LeadershipIncorporating Social ResponsibilityEthical PracticesGrowing Your BusinessFranchisingLicensingCashing in Your BrandMethods for Valuing a BusinessMaterials Included: Entrepreneurship: Starting and Operating a Small Business by Steve Mariotti & Caroline GlackinSystem Requirements:Internet Connection Broadband or High-Speed - DSL, Cable, and Wireless Connections*Dial-Up internet connections will result in a diminished online experience. Classroom pages may loadslowly and viewing large audio and video files may not be possible.Hardware Requirements Processor - 2GHz Processor or HigherMemory - 1 GB RAM Minimum Recommended*While our courses are accessible through multiple mobile learning platforms, some courses may includea CD or DVD with the Textbook, so you may need access to a computer with CD-ROM or DVD Drive.PC Software Requirements Operating Systems - Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 or 8.1

Ed34 (Created 9-10-15) Microsoft Office 2007, 2010 or 2013 or a Word Processing application to save and open MicrosoftOffice formats (.doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx)Internet Browsers - Google Chrome is highly recommendedo Cookies MUST be enabledo Pop-ups MUST be allowed (Pop-up Blocker disabled)Kindle Reader App is needed for many of our courses (No special equipment needed. This canbe downloaded for FREE onto your computer.)PowerPoint Viewer (if you do not have PowerPoint)Adobe PDF ReaderQuickTime, Windows Media Player &/or Real PlayerMAC Software Requirements Operating Systems - Mac OS x 10 or higher with WindowsMac office programs or a Word Processing application to save and open Microsoft Office formats(.doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx)Internet Browsers- Google Chrome is highly recommendedo Cookies MUST be enabledo Pop-ups MUST be allowed (Pop-up Blocker disabled)Kindle Reader App is needed for many of our courses (No special equipment needed. This canbe downloaded for FREE onto your computer.)PowerPoint Viewer (if you do not have PowerPoint)Adobe PDF ReaderApple QuickTime Media PlayerIf your course has a CD-ROM or DVD included, you may need to have Microsoft WindowOperating Systems over Bootcamp (Bootcamp is a free download from Apple's website) orWindows setup with Parallels.---**Outlines are subject to change, as courses and materials are updated.**

Define basic wedding elements the wedding consult must consider . Outline Wedding Consultant Module 1 The Ceremony Planner Setting the Tone for the Wedding Taking Charge of the Wedding Choosing an Officiant Deciding Who will Participate Planning the Ceremony Location The Wedding Program The Wedding Rehearsal

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