Professional Development Programme in Public Relations Writing
" The PRISA courses have given me a career overhaul, I have an essence of strategic Public Relations, Communications and Marketing, I can handle various portfolio's that require me to render services within and beyond my expertise,
Professional Development Programme in Public Relations Management
This intensive two- week course increased understanding of the management role, requirements and stakeholer relationships as well and the ability to communicate effectively. I am more confident in my leadership role. - Adele Paulsen.
Professional Development Programme in Public Relations Practice & Management.
I have been a member of PRISA for a number of years. When I first read up about them, I was really interested in becoming a member and although I have communication and public relations skills, I felt that PROVOX, which is an organisation affiliated with PRISA could offer me the skills and training that I needed to bridge the gap in my experience.
Professional Development Programme in Public Relations Practice: Practice Makes Perfect
Medupi Lamola, Communication Specialist and PR Practice student at Provox
The general image of the Public Relations profession is not a good one and serious intervention is needed to change that. Given the negative nature that surrounds this profession, the truth is that every organisation needs Public Relations to build and maintain its relationship with its stakeholders. So credibility is key to the success of this profession.