Dr Katie Angliss
Lecturer in Tourism, Hospitality & Events Management (Education)
Plymouth Business School (Faculty of Arts and Humanities)
Doctor of Philosophy, Title: An evaluation of the impact of event attendance on perceptions of the host organisation’s reputation: a university case studyBSc (Hons) Event Management (Plymouth University)
PGCert Research Methodologies (Plymouth University)
PGCert Academic Practice (Plymouth University)
NEBOSH General Certificate
Prior to my current role, I worked as an assistant hotel manager and was responsible for the everyday running of the hotel, including bookings and enquiries; completing financial reports; stock taking; customer service and event management.
I also worked as a corporate marketing graduate intern for Plymouth University, where my main responsibilities included organising the Vice-Chancellor's Enterprise Awards 2011 and 2012, as well as assisting in the organisation and implementation of the University's 150th anniversary programme. I was involved with all stages of these events from planning through to execution and evaluation. Some of my main duties included project management, designing promotional campaigns, updating and monitoring the webpages, generating sponsorship and budget supervision, developing communication plans for both internal and external stakeholders, enhancing student experience and relationship building.
Fellow (Higher Education Academy)
Technical Member (Institute of Occupational Safety and Health)
Trainer Managing Safely (Institute of Occupational Safety and Health)
I currently teach on a range of modules for the BSc (Hons) Events Management programme, as well as the Faculty of Business Management, Government and Law foundation degree.
Subjects I am involved in include:
- An introduction to Tourism, Hospitality and Events
- An introduction to sustainable event management
- Art, Entertainment and the Media
- The principles of design and themes in events
- Special Interest Tourism
- Promoting Events
- Crowd behaviour and Crowd safety in events
- Events consultancy
I am lead trainer for the university to deliver the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Managing Safely qualification - an internationally recognised qualification for health and safety, which is delivered to the BSc (hons) Event Management students as part of their curriculum.
Additional workshops I deliver outside of the curriculum include:
- Microsoft Excel
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Qualtrics (an online survey tool)
- Academic skills workshops including referencing, essay and report writing, and presentation skills
In addition to my teaching role, I am also a supervisor to a number of final year Honours Project students from Plymouth University, as well as our partner institutions in Hong Kong and Sri Lanka.
I have recently completed my PhD with my main research interest being the impact of events on reputation within United Kingdom Higher Education Institutions.
My other research interests include:
- the use of technology in events, and
- audience experience throughout the event process.
A practical guide to Event Promotion (2018)