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Here's what non-PR graduates need to know to get started and to get ahead in public relations.
Training helps to sharpen up skills, qualifications help you to step up in your career, and chartership means you've signed up to the professional project.
In her latest column, Dr Heather Yaxley considers early career options.
Consultant, trainer and lecturer Maud Davis answers our questions about her public relations career.
A reflection on the events of 2017 and a discussion of professionalism, ethics and qualifications.

Have you got your Diploma and are wondering what to do next? This is the path that the inspirational ...

We are launching the new CIPR Professional PR Diploma in October 2016.  I was part of the  syllabus ...

Perhaps it is no surprise that crisis communication is one of the top skills gaps identified in our ...

I often take calls from people wanting to work in PR. They want to know about courses naturally – th ...

PR Academy alumni, Hil Berg set up her freelance business, Hilary Berg Consulting in 2010. In ...

When PR Academy first surveyed its students about their status and views on professional qualificati ...

Doing what we do we’re lucky to meet lots of inspiring people who are passionate about working in an ...