PRCA offers free training webinars to furloughed staff

The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) has offered furloughed members of the industry unlimited free access to its training webinars, as its latest measure to support the industry through the COVID-19 crisis.

This offer gives furloughed employees the opportunity to attend one virtual classroom training session and grants them access to a broad range of PRCA webinars until the end of May.
The offer is open to all practitioners, regardless of whether their employer is a PRCA corporate member or not. 

PRCA Director General, Francis Ingham MPRCA, said:
“We are determined to do everything possible to support our industry. By offering furloughed practitioners unlimited free access to all of our training webinars between now and the end of May, we’ll help them keep their skills up to date; stay in contact with fellow professionals; and fill some of their undesired downtime in a productive and often fun way. We’d encourage furloughed practitioners and their employers to take full advantage of this offer over the next six weeks.”

The move follows the PRCA’s decision to offer six months’ free individual membership to anyone adversely affected by the crisis.
To access the complimentary training package or for any questions, please contact Souha Khairallah:
Upcoming virtual classroom and webinars:
28th April: The Savvy Account Director
29th April: Managing an Agency – Part 1
1st May: Developing the best version of yourself
4th May: Successful New Business Pitching
5th May: Client Management: A strategic guide to successful client relationships
5th May: The Power of Emotions in PR and Communications
5th May: Social Media Metrics
6th May: Exemplary Line Management
7th May: Proofing and Editing Other People’s Work
7th May: An Introduction to the Public Affair’s Code

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