Log on, tune in and train up… CIPR webinars unveiled

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Log on, tune in and train up… CIPR webinars unveiled

The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has published its series of live training webinars for 2012. They cover a variety of topics including social media, blogs, Google analytics, communicating with hard to reach audiences, creating dedicated online communities and social marketing.

I recommend seeing what is coming up and signing up to take part as I think they are a great way to have a taster of various topics and will only cost an hour of your time. If you’re a CIPR member the webinars are free, and if not, they are £30+VAT each.

I logged on to one of their webinars in November that was on the topic of ‘Print vs Online’ and hosted by Social Media expert Euan Semple and former editor of Ariel, the BBC’s internal publication, Andrew Harvey.  I found it a good use of an hour and it sparked an interesting discussion among the participants.

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.

You can see full details of what is coming up here, and the next few months include:

24 January – doing more with less resources

10 February – developing a social media strategy

14 February – the importance of good grammar

21 February – evaluation best practice

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: rach@rachmiller.com

Post author: Rachel

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