New training in response to change in the livecom industry

The CAS Live Experience and Event Design will take place for the first time in January. The continuing education is intended to take into account the profound change in the event and trade fair industry.

Expo Event-Präsident Christoph Kamber und HSLU-Dozentin Dr. Ines Fischer Gull.
Expo Event President Christoph Kamber and HSLU lecturer Dr. Ines Fischer Gull.

In January 2023, the first CAS Live Experience and Event Design (CAS LEED). The continuing education program is "the response of Expo Event Swiss Livecom Association and the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HSLU) to the major changes in the livecom industry," Expo Event announced. This is because topics such as digitalization, pandemics and a shortage of skilled workers are changing the social, economic and technological conditions in the event and exhibition industry. The new event will serve as a tool to prepare people working in these sectors for the changes.

In a total of seven specialized modules, each lasting two to three days, students learn everything about the broad craft of the livecom industry. In contrast to the already existing CAS Event Management, the CAS LEED goes deeper into the planning and implementation of sustainable live campaigns and the creation of event designs. The HSLU has teamed up with various experts from the industry to deliver this practice-oriented continuing education program. Well-known names such as Matthias Kindler (consultant for LiveCom), Andrea Hummler (Mint Consulting) or Iwan Funk (Bellprat) will share their knowledge.


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