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What’s New - The latest special event production news from Bright Ideas Event Coordinators.

We have a great opportunity to learn some new things over this challenging time. Learning new skills or taking a course online will help you get back to business with a better, stronger organization. We have collected an evolving list of online training, webinars and podcasts for you to continue your growth and welcome your suggestions for our list. 

If you are aware of any websites, links or tips that you would like to share with others, please email them to gec@brightideasevents.com and they will be added to this page. 

Please note that this page will be updated daily. 


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Online Training

450 Ivy League online courses Take time to follow your dream of learning something new. 

AGM Virtual Meeting Planning

Audible launches free audiobook service for children

Enterprise Toronto – helping small businesses and start-ups Free online training courses for all aspects of small business including marketing, finance and insurance. 

Event Manager Blog with E-books, Event Technology and more Lots of tech solutions, information and trends for continuous industry learning. 

Free Event Related E-Books

Google Skillshop

Gnowbe

Hootsuite Academy

How to Save Money  Content focused on the coronavirus and your financial health as things unfold.

HubSpot Academy

Information and training designed for event professionals from the Events Industry Council Improve your skills with industry specific designations and information 

LinkedIn Learning

Professionally working from Home If you’re working from home, you may not need to clean up for that meeting. 

Salesforce Skills Training

Seth Godin’s Akimbo Workshops

Learn a New Language

  • Duolingo Not only is Duolingo useful when learning a new language, it’s fun and addictive
  • Open Culture How to learn languages for free? This collection features lessons in 48 languages, including Spanish, French, English, Mandarin, Italian, Russian and more. Download audio lessons to your computer or mp3 player and you’re good to go.
  • Babbel is the new way to learn a foreign language. The comprehensive learning system combines effective education methods with state-of-the-art technology.
  • Busuu As a basic member of Busuu, it can be accessed free of charge. To access the language courses on Busuu you must register for a free account. You have the option to purchase a Premium membership This is just an option; you can use Busuu as basic member completely for free.
  • FluentU 49 Free Language Learning Websites That Are Almost Too Good to Be True.
  • Mango  Start the conversation in your choice of over 70 world languages and dialects through courses crafted using conversational methodology. Every self-paced language course introduces the learner to cultural insights and grammatical nuances specific to their language of choice, delivered through native speaker dialogue, and created with each individual learner in mind. 
  • Transparent Besides offering the best, most integrated and customized language learning experience for you as an individual, we also offer a wealth of free resources, from Word of the Day to our language and culture blogs, to help make language learning a part of your life.

Articles

3 Tips For Conducting Real Business in the Virtual Space

4 Steps to Managing Change

6 Tips for Leveling Up During the Lockdown

Addressing Meeting Risk When the Industry Resumes

All the OWays the Travel Industry is Helping with Coronavirus

At Home Experiences in A Box

Canadian Authors To Read in Troubled Times

Cancelled Events and what now 

Change The Way You Attend Virtual Events

Communication for Crisis Management 

Contract Tips 

Event Cancellation Insurance

How Event Vendors Are Adapting Their Services During Coronavirus—and Giving Back to Their Communities

How Will We Travel After COVID-19?

How to Support the Mental Health of Event Planners

How to adjust to leading a newly remote team — from the founder of a virtual business

How to Make The Most of This National Timeout

How musicians (and other creatives too) can transition their business online ASAP

International Womens Day

Keep Calm and Plan On: How to Prepare for a Post-pandemic World

Leading Your Team through COVID-19

Message from Marriott President & CEO Arne Sorenson

Public Relations Strategies for Event Pros

Roger Dow Offers Insight on the New Travel Landscape

Special Events Magazine: Tips on Keeping Your Event Business Afloat

Staying Healthy

Talk to Me

Ten Reasons Not To Panic

The Knowledge Network, asks you to register but then shares so many excellent documentaries, nature films, etc.

The Sober Math Everyone Must Understand about the Pandemic 

Tips on keeping your business afloat 

What Do Post Coronavirus Events Look Like?

Worrying About Worrying

Videos

Marriott Leadership in a Crisis

NIH Safe Grocery Shopping Tips

Virtual Events

3 Ways to Kill Your Zoom Meeting

5 Tips for Producing Professional-Looking Video Content at Home

10 Tips to Make Your Virtual Events Not Suck

A Simple Introduction to Virtual Events

BBB Alert: Prevent ‘Zoom-Bombing’ In Your Next Video Conference

Benefits & Downsides of Virtual Events

Endless Events Virtual Event Checklist

How-to guide: The Strategic Value of Virtual Meetings and Events

How to Run a Virtual Summit

Introduction to Virtual Events

Myths vs Truth About Digital Events

Prepare for the Gaslighting

Virtual Events Tips to the online event options and what is right for you.

Virtual Event Resources (ILEA Members with Endles Events)

Educational Podcasts

Startup Canada Entrepreneur Series – Providing a window into the world of Canadian entrepreneurship, the Startup Canada Podcast Network is a Startup Canada original series of podcasts that explores personal life stories, tangible financial lessons, helpful resources for women, and overall tips and tricks to help entrepreneurs navigate the roller coaster journey of starting and scaling a business. Join our hosts and their expert guests as they delve deep into every aspect of entrepreneurship, and learn about the people making Canada and the world a better place through their companies.

Live Streaming

5 Questions to Start With When Planning an Event with Live Streaming

From ILEA Experience: Live Streaming in the Time of Coronavirus 

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