MONDAY 16 SEP 2013 12:53 PM


In response to its growing public affairs membership, the Public Relations Consultants Association (PRCA) has today launched three new training courses under MPRCA trainer, Julia Fea.

The training programme, hosted by PRCA, was developed to help its members excel in their professional fields. Through its six regional centres, the association offers face-to-face, online, and bespoke courses that can be tailored to the needs of the specific team or individual. The three new courses however, build on the already popular ‘Introduction to Public Affairs’ and ‘Advanced Public Affairs’ courses, and hope to be proved a great addition to the programmes that have been universally praised by members.

Fea says, “I’m delighted to be working with the PRCA Training team at such an important time in public affairs. The relationships that organisations foster in Government, both local and national, are more important now than ever. Stakeholders in the political arena are changing, and public affairs practitioners have to change with them.”

The courses, entitled: ‘Politics Express: Understanding central and local government’; ‘Face the Music: How to present to Parliamentary Select Committees’; and ‘Power to the People: The dos and don’ts of stakeholder relations’, are aimed at mid-level public affairs professionals hoping to develop their skills and advance professionally.


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