There are just five days left to get your application in to be considered for a PR Academy bursary towards a professional diploma in IC or PR.
What else is happening over the next 10 days for comms pros? Here’s my regular Sunday look at events, courses and awards, so you can plan your diaries.
I write this article every week while chaperoning my three-year-old daughter during her piano lesson. I’m currently being serenaded by her rendition of Let It Go, which has set my toes tapping while I type.
This post covers 26 July to 5 August 2015. You can view the whole year via the Comms Calendar page.
There’s less than usual around this week, it feels like people are winding down for the Summer break here in the UK. Not that the rainy weather appears to have received the memo…
Thank you to the readers who got in touch to say they attended the Culturevist and #FuturePR events I highlighted last week after finding out about it via my article. I will be featuring some of their thoughts via guest posts in the near future.
Courses, events and awards:
- 28 July: Creating a PR strategy, CIPR
- 31 July: Content Marketing Summit, Ragan, at LinkedIn – webcast
- 31 July: Final deadline for CorpComms awards.
- 5 August: PR writing summit, Ragan. If you can’t make it in person, take a virtual seat at the summit webcast.
The EVCOM Live Awards are calling for entries and the deadline is 18 September 2015. (EVCOM is the Event & Visual Communication Association).
Recent All Things IC posts
Over the past week, the following articles have been published on the All Things IC blog:
- How Government will be communicating in 2015/16 – a look at the new #GovCommsPlan
- How to save money on CIPR diplomas in IC and PR– bursary applications close 31 July 2015.
CIPR Inside is the sector group for internal communication professionals as part of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. I go to the conference every year and recommend it.
You can find them on Twitter @CIPRInside.
I will be the first speaker at this year’s conference which is happening on Tuesday 13 October 2015. Speakers will include comms pros from organisations such as GSK, Lockheed Martin, Clarks and Oxfam, among others.
You can find full information via my blog: How to make an impact and save money.
Steven Murgatroyd, @steve_murg, CIPR Inside Vice Chair says: “Making an impact is a core theme for CIPR Inside and central to our strategy as the professional body for internal communicators and employee engagement experts.
“We know that good internal communication is good for business, and makes an impact on success.” Tweet this
“We’ve worked with award-winning professionals to bring our members and the IC community a great day packed full of practical case studies, advice and tips to take back to the office and help us all to make an impact in our work.”
Save money off your ticket/s
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The code you need is: allthingsIC15.
The early bird price is live now. It gives members and non-members up to £100 off the standard ticket price, and general discounts are available for freelancer, public sector and charity practitioners.
The early bird ticket prices run until midnight on Friday 11 September 2015. After this, tickets will be available at the standard price.
Book your tickets here – and remember to use the code allthingsIC15 so you can save money. Don’t forget you can save on both the early bird and standard price, simply by reading this very blog.
Do Tweet me @AllthingsIC to let me know if you’re coming, or feel free to comment below.
Find or advertise a job
This week there are some new vacancies on the All Things IC jobs page including two roles at Ogilvy PR, plus roles at Pearson, LEGO and many more.
If you’re looking for a new job or would like to recruit, take a look at the listings. Want to advertise your vacancies?
See the How to place a job ad page to find out how.
Thank you as ever for stopping by, I hope you have a great week.
Post author: Rachel Miller
First published on the All Things IC blog 26 July 2015.