• 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, Jul 10 2015
    Webinar: Social Media Strategy

    Kahli Sakkas, Head of Insights at iSentia discusses the latest changes in corporate communications, the popularity of which has spurred the growth of owned media and enabled organisations to set the news agenda.

  • Thu, Jul 16 2015
    VIC RCG: Roundtable lunch - Producing and distributing visual PR content that media want

    You are invited to an informal roundtable lunch hosted by VIC RCG and Getty Images, where you’ll get insight into the visual editorial media operation, how to leverage it for your campaigns.

  • Fri, Jul 17 2015
    PRINKS Melbourne at Bond

    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.

  • Wed, Jul 29 2015
    Taking Control of the Online Narrative: Blogging 101

    Blogger outreach is now a mainstay in the life of PR professionals and is increasingly valued as an important area of influence for brands. Join Felicity Grey, Managing Director at Nuffnang Australia, and Candice Deville, Vintage Current, for this exclusive PRIA breakfast.

  • Fri, Jul 31 2015
    Webinar: Bad Barrels: Public Relations and Professional Ethics

    Dr Johanna Fawkes, Charles Sturt University, explores professional ethics in the communication industries, with particular attention to public relations, in which she has practised and taught for 30 years.