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27 January 2015

PRCA Not for Profit and Charity Group

Seats Available : 16
29 January 2015

2015: The Year of...

Seats Available : 8
02 February 2015

CMS Briefing

Seats Available : 8
04 February 2015

PRCA Consumer Group: From Storytelling to Storydoing - should PR have a higher purpose?

Seats Available : 0
04 February 2015

Monthly Member Drinks - February

Seats Available : 0
10 February 2015

Campaign of the Year Masterclass

Seats Available : 16
19 February 2015

Expert Briefing - Reputation Management - Dealing with Threats and Spotting Opportunities

Seats Available : 19
26 February 2015

PRCA Green Room Breakfast Briefing

Seats Available : 30
04 March 2015

Monthly Member Drinks - March

Seats Available : 16


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Thanks to the PRCA, who have an excellent group of experienced teachers, they are all willing to share their knowledge so that many can learn from their expertises. Long may it continue.'

Neil Backwith, PRCA Trainer

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Mark Turrell, Broadgate

'Extremely enjoyable and an educational session that provides tips, which I can start implementing from day one.'

Billy Burnett. Grant Butler Coomber

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