• Chloe Liang

    The content was similar to the one I did online previously, which was Creating and Curating content for social media. Even the case study was the same. ...

  • Lyle Closs

    Adrian gives good value, as always ...

  • Ambrose Akor

    Fantastic. Deep, comprehensive and compelling. ...

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Chloe Liang

Course Title: Generating sales through social media

The content was similar to the one I did online previously, which was Creating and Curating content for social media. Even the case study was the same.

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Lyle Closs

Course Title: Procurement - What Consultancies Need to Know

Adrian gives good value, as always

25/03/2014 17:28:24  Add Reply

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Ambrose Akor

Course Title: Crisis PR In A Digital World

Fantastic. Deep, comprehensive and compelling.

11/02/2014 12:16:27  Add Reply

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Jade Bennett

Course Title: Grips with Grammar - by Helen

It was a great webinar. It was very interactive (more interesting and compelling delivery than Intro to PA). Also, it was a great refresher, with useful tips to enhance and implemnet better use of grammar with relevant examples, as well as highlighting the difference between UK and USA grammar. I would recommend this to everyone!

30/01/2014 12:09:40  Add Reply

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Carol Heap

Course Title: Introduction to Public Affairs

Excellent and comprehensive online course for anyone new to the field of public affairs. Ready to get started now! Thankyou Lionel

29/01/2014 12:04:39  Add Reply

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Liz Maragh

Course Title: Developing an Internal Communications Strategy

Just been in a seminar based on developing an internal comms strategy - which I am no stranger to. Great input, ideas, tips, and, bless you, all important templates - so useful! An extremely authoritative, credible and approachable presenter - best 90 minutes I've spent all week!

28/01/2014 17:51:49  Add Reply

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Lilia Gonzalez

Course Title: Google Adwords for PR Consultants

It was a very well explained course for the basics on Google Adwords. My only complain is for my internet connection, sometimes on crucial aspects of the presentation the sound faded. Everything else, was good.

23/01/2014 17:25:36  Add Reply

Andrew Bruce Smith

Glad you found it useful ;) If there is anything else you want to know, do Tweet me - @andismit

24/01/2014 12:08:59

Jill Kent

Course Title: Google Adwords for PR

Great content and tutor! FAB!!

23/01/2014 17:22:49  Add Reply

Andrew Bruce Smith

Glad you found it useful ;) As I mentioned feel free to Tweet me - @andismit - if you have any further questions.

24/01/2014 12:08:01

Ankit Vishnoi

Course Title: how to prepare for a presentation

Its was really good and useful.

21/01/2014 12:04:26  Add Reply

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Beverley Sydney

Course Title: PR and Brands

Found this very insightful.
Useful as presentation had references to refer to at a later stage for further reading etc.
also include stats to back up statements etc
thank you!

07/11/2013 19:46:24  Add Reply

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Kathryn Hope

Course Title: Twitter 101

Very worthwhile (once sound issues overcome!) and really impressed with the trainer. Would recommend to anyone who wants a refresh or to kick start some creative thinking.

23/10/2013 11:54:39  Add Reply

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Tina Westfallen

Course Title: Twitter 101

Very informative - easy to follow and interesting - learnt alot

23/10/2013 11:53:13  Add Reply

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victoria camargo

Course Title: twitter

Very useful.
thanks

23/10/2013 11:49:39  Add Reply

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Michaela O'Brien

Course Title: social media metrics

how do we get copy of the slides? can't see them on website

22/10/2013 12:03:02  Add Reply

Katy at PRCA Training

Hi Michaela,

As a student member you do not get access to the webinar presentations. If you have any other queries you can contact our University Liaison Leo Fedorcio leo.fedorcio@prca.org.uk

Katy

22/10/2013 12:11:39

Lynwen Davison

Course Title: Crisis management

Helpful, practical, logical and interesting. Makes me feel equipped to prepare for and deal with a crisis. Great case studies.

01/10/2013 12:57:19  Add Reply

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Lynwen Davison

Course Title: Local authority publicity code

Useful, with good case studies to illustrate the code. Quite long, though.

27/09/2013 09:32:47  Add Reply

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vickie bertram

Course Title: Introduction to grammer

Really informative course and covered some merky areas.

12/09/2013 12:11:44  Add Reply

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Jennifer Birtles

Course Title: Introduction to Digital PR

Informative - however a lot of overlap with Crisis PR in a Digital World (use of same slides!)

11/09/2013 17:17:41  Add Reply

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Lisa McIntosh

Very useful and informative....lots of new ideas now!

11/07/2013 12:03:19  Add Reply

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Jo Bowles

Very useful training, really helpful and well delivered.

11/07/2013 12:01:29  Add Reply

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