Industry Events

The PRCA is delighted to endorse the following industry events, awards, conferences and workshops.

  • Lewis Silkin - Employment seminars
  • Lewis Silkin - Media, Brands & Technology 2014 Training Programme
  • Reputation Matters Conference

This spring PRCA Partner, Lewis Silkin, is running a number of breakfast updates and half-day workshops. This programme is aimed mainly at HR managers and those with equivalent experience of dealing with workplace employment issues - but we'd be delighted to welcome you whatever your background or grounding in employment law. CPD points are available on all our updates and workshops.

The 2014 Series

Click on the event title for more information You can download the full seminar series programme here

If you'd like to register for any of the training sessions please click here

For more information you can email Ellie Gerszt

On 24th April 2014, Lewis Silkin are holding the next seminar in the Media, Brands & Technology 2014 Training Programme. You can view the full programme here.

Large and small businesses that invest in, and manage, brands face significantly increased risk from planned changes in data protection law. Once the new data protection regulation is in place you and your company face:
  • Tighter controls on the use of data;
  • The potential for large penalties;
  • Increased costs; and
  • More internal monitoring
Join us for this seminar where we will give comprehensive and expert guidance on the shifting context of the new data protection regulations.

You can apply for a place at the "New Data Protection Regulations: Where are we now?" seminar here.

For more information you can email Ellie Gerszt

Reputation Matters is a one-day conference which will examine the increasingly challenging environment that professionals need to address in the area of reputation management.

Delivered by Prolific North and Don't Panic Event Management, the event will be held on 22 May at The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester and will attract an audience of around 80 communications, digital and marketing professionals, both agency and in-house from across the North.

The conference programme will feature a number of acclaimed professionals from communications agencies together with in-house private and public sector marketers and communicators. Speakers will include: Alison LastUK Corporate Communications Manager, Kelloggs; Russ BradyHead of Group PR, The Co-operative; Paul TyrellHead of External Affairs, BBC and many more.

The view the full speaker line up and see more information on the event, view the Reputations Matters website here

Prepare yourself for a day of intense insight into the dynamic digital world. This compelling conference is a must attend and will change all communication professionals approach and knowledge towards reputation management, so don't miss out!

Tickets are priced at £150+VAT if booked before April 11, and £195+VAT thereafter.

Places are limited, so for further information or to book your place click here
or contact Helina at Don't Panic on 01706 828 855 or e-mail


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