• QLD Events Calendar 2016

    Please note that the event dates below are subject to change.

  • Fri, Jul 08 2016
    Webinar: Copyright

    Copyright law can be a complex and expensive area to navigate, especially in today’s right-click, save-and-share digital world. Tune into this webinar to hear how to navigate these issues to make image use as frictionless as possible, while respecting the law and doing the right thing by the image creator.

  • Fri, Aug 05 2016
    Webinar: Media Buying

    More information to come.

  • Sat, Oct 08 2016
    Webinar: Personal Branding

    Warren Buffet once said "It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you'll do things differently". Your personal branding is of unique value as it's what you're known for and how people experience you. It is all about bringing together who you are, what you do and how you do it. In order to stand out in today's marketplace you need to have a strong brand not only in person but also on paper and online.

    Don't miss this exciting webinar for people at all stages of their career. Learn about key concepts of being able to develop your own brand and successfully manage your reputation.

    More information to come.

  • Fri, Nov 04 2016
    Webinar: Successful Change Management

    More information to come.

  • Sun, Nov 06 2016
    2016 National Conference

    November 2016

    Each year the PRIA National Conference stands as the premier public relations and communication event in Australia, attracting attendees from around the country as well as our friends and colleagues from across the Tasman and further afield in the greater Asia Pacific region. In the past few years, we've seen the conference travel from Melbourne to Adelaide, Brisbane and Hobart. For 2016, it's all about Perth, Western Australia, and plans are already afoot to build another stellar conference program.

    This year's theme: Communication Innovation

    Change is a defining word of our decade. From our climate, to our technology, to consumer behaviour, to our governments and our jobs, being able to keep pace with change has become a part of everyday life. Public relations and communication, for better or worse, is on the front lines, managing constant upheaval and disruption to the lives of people, the machinations of institutions and the operation of organisations. Innovation in the way we communicate is paramount to our survival.

    Read more on this year's theme by clicking on this event.