Qualifications: PR’s hidden success story
As they reflect on the past 15 years as a specialist professional training company, PR Academy's directors Kevin Ruck and Ann Pilkington offer thanks to their colleagues and partners - and to the thousands of practitioners who have become qualified through their courses.
Good internal communication in a crisis: Information, status and love
'One of the many changes I have seen happen in the years I have worked in PR is the move to centre-stage taken by internal communication.' Chris Tucker reviews last week's well-attended Crisis Communication Hub webinar.
How to study public relations for free
Study public relations for free with PR Academy's online Introduction to Public Relations which runs regularly throughout the year.
Tips for online teaching and learning
We are all going to be a lot more reliant on online learning for a while - so how to make it a rewarding expeience? Ann Pilkington, Heather Yaxley and Chris Tucker share what they've learnt.
Looking back, and forward planning
This post reviews some highlights and announces some planned changes to PR Place.
New CIPR Specialist Diploma in Digital Communications
The CIPR has launched a new Specialist Diploma with Digital Communications joining successful and popular qualifications in Internal Communication, Crisis Communications and Public Affairs.
Back to School – Should you study for a professional qualification?
Dr Heather Yaxley answers questions about the CIPR professional PR qualifications.
Those who can, do…
Professional qualifications can be a way to fast track your move from doing to advising.
Ten years of the CIPR internal communication qualifications
In the past ten years, more than 1,000 practitioners have completed the CIPR Internal Communication qualifications with PR Academy.
In the public sector, we ignore ‘old media’ at our peril
This is an unedited CIPR Professional PR Diploma Unit 2 thought leadership piece from Richard Eaton.
Are you qualified?
Social media and digital communication is a maturing field. Isn't it time you showed your mastery of the discipline, asks Heather Yaxley.