ONLINE CERTIFICATE

This Qualification is aimed at intermediate level practitioners
looking to progress their careers through a wide range of
bite-sized online courses.

It is a perfect for those who want to avoid the cost involved in travel and time away from the office that face-to-face courses can incur.

Content
To complete the Online Certificate, delegates must complete 18 webinars to amass a total of 180 points. At least one course from each of the six following modules must be selected:

  • A) PR IN CONTEXT
  • B) PITCHING AND PRESENTING
  • C) CREATING, WRITING AND SELLING NEWS
  • D) DIGITAL
  • E) PERSONAL SKILLS
  • F) CRISIS MANAGEMENT

The Online Certificate is flexible in all respects. The range of courses enables delegates to focus on areas that they wish to develop, while the technology means that delegates can complete the 90 minutes courses without leaving their desks thereby saving time and travel costs.

Each online ‘webinar’ lasts 90 minutes and happens live with a trainer. Delegates can communicate with the trainer and ask questions via a live chat box.

On completion, delegates will receive

  • A framed certificate signed by the PRCA Qualifications Board
  • The Designatory Letters OCert PRCA


Cost
Member price: £1200+vat
Non-Member price: £1500+vat

To book
It's easy to sign up. Tick the boxes of courses you would like to attend and choose a date from the drop-down list. To read a description of a course click the hyperlinked title.
Please select at least one course from each module. You need 180 points.

If you have any questions please contact Katy Foster on 020 7233 6026 or katy.foster@prca.org.uk

* Required
Title Duration Points
A) PR IN CONTEXT*
Online 10
Online 10
Online 10
Online 10
Online 10
B) PITCHING AND PRESENTING*
Online 10
Online 10
C) CREATING, WRITING AND SELLING NEWS*
Online 10
Online 10
Online 10
D) DIGITAL*
Online 10
Online 10
Online 10
Online 10
Online 10
Online 10
Online 10
E) PERSONAL SKILLS*
Online 10
Online 10
F) CRISIS MANAGEMENT*
Online 10
Online 10
 
 

Non-Member Price £1500 + VAT
Member Price £1200 + VAT
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