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If you’re working from home under new COVID-19 restrictions but want to continue upgrading your professional communications skills, you’re in luck.
The Public Relations Professionals Association (PRCA) is now offering many of its scheduled face-to-face training sessions in March and April as webinars. These fully interactive virtual experiences will include the ability to ask questions and download relevant materials in real time.
Those booked for face-to-face training will have the option to defer until later in the year or attend a virtual session.
Wide range, all levels and skill types
There are 56 webinar topics in total, ranging from getting to grips with Google Analytics to managing your time and workload more effectively. These are all now available through the PRCA’s new Virtual Training platform.
The sessions are offered by expert PR practitioners at a time convenient to delegates and can also be viewed on demand as part of the PRCA’s Online Library of webinars. You can also access recordings for an unlimited period to allow you to follow up on your training at any time.
The next virtual session at the time of publication is Building an Internal Communications Campaign That Works on 24 March, delivered by Paul Englefield MPRCA.
To discuss training with the PRCA, get in touch through: email@example.com.