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  • Partner Events

    Attendance at kindred events* (where applicable), conferences or any other activity may earn PRearn CPD points to a maximum of 10 points in a year. *applications are reviewed on a case-by-case basis (ranging from 0.5 - 1 point per hour).

    Click inside to view what other partner events you can attend to claim CPD points.

  • Fri, Oct 16 2015
    Webinar: Content is king, but distribution wears the pants

    SEO is changing. For so long we left this mysterious beast alone to its dark and devious online corner. But with Google’s tightening grip on quality control, and the emergence of content marketing strategy, SEO has reached the online mainstream. Join Gorilla 360 Co-Founder and SEO Chief, Scott Evans to learn some search engine optimisation wisdom.

  • Fri, Nov 06 2015
    Webinar: PR in the Age of the Robot

    Artificial intelligence is playing an increasing role in our communications environment. What are the implications of all this for the public relations profession? Will PR be automated in the future? How can we adapt to rapidly-changing circumstances? Alastair McCapra, CEO of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations will suggest a framework for thinking about these advances and propose ways for PR professionals to develop their roles in an uncertain future.

  • Tue, Nov 10 2015
    An Armchair Conversation: the role of the chainsaw in public relations

    Date: Tuesday 29 September 2015
    Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
    Where: Theatre, Canberra Museum & Gallery, London Circuit, Canberra
    Cost: Members $200 | Non-members $250
    CPD Points: 8

    This event includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.

    Who should attend: Anyone who needs to communicate, lead or manage communication plus Project Managers, consultants and trainers.

    Join us for another intimate evening armchair conversation over wine and canapes in the cosy 332 Manhattan cafe on Tuesday 10 November.

    With extensive experience as a journalist, followed by nearly 20 years as a diplomat specialising in public affairs and cultural relations in Indonesia, the Philippines and Germany, Neil Smail FPRIA is bringing his anecdotes and knowledge to you for this next armchair conversation.