Dates for your diary: CIPR webinars


Dates for your diary: CIPR webinars

At the start of the year I highlighted the series of webinars that are taking place this year organised by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR).

Below are the upcoming dates and topics and looks like some crackers in there. Webinars are free for CIPR members and £30+VAT for non-members.

They are a great way to have a taster of various aspects of communication and only take an hour of your time. Sessions are fully interactive as you can submit questions to the trainers, who you can see and hear via video link. If the timing doesn’t suit your diary, you can view them on demand at a convenient time. They are usually 10.30-11.30am GMT.

Have you come across a training course or event that you think other Internal Comms professionals would be interested in reading about? Do let me know, you can contact me: [email protected]

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