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).
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One of the uniquely contradictory aspects of the PR business is that we most often pay attention to bad practice rather than good practice. That anomaly is especially true with issues and crises, where high profile PR disasters tend to grab our attention. Tony Jaques draws on the breadth of his experience and scholarship to describe best practice in Issues and Crisis Management.
Learning how to manage a client account is one of the core skills for public relations practitioners working in consultancy. If you are managing or about to manage client accounts, the Account Management Bootcamp is for you - it covers what they don't teach you at university.
In association with PwC, PRIA invites ladies and gentlemen to the 10th anniversary Women in PR Forum on Friday, 17 June 2015. This will be the tenth Women in PR Forum held in Victoria, and with your support will be the best yet.
Book your seat or a table and join more than 100 of Victoria’s most influential women for a thought-provoking afternoon of conversations.
The Golden Targets entry and judging process starts on 1 June and the newly appointed Chairs of the GTA Committee, Angela Coombes and Grant Smith, will outline the process, categories, format, criteria and people that drive the premier PR awards in Australia.
PRINKS connects Australian comms professionals and aspirants for the benefit of both individuals and the industry. Encouraging professionals in media, PR, advertising, social media, marketing and other comms pursuits to connect on- and offline with fellow industry colleagues, sharing ideas, experiences and a drink or two.
Catch up over a drink, talk shop (or not) and get to know familiar and new faces around the room.