Make the most of your summer and enrol in MEPRA’s virtual summer school to fast track your continuing professional development (CPD) and become an accredited communications professional!
MEPRA has partnered with Acorn Strategy, APCO Worldwide, ASDA’A BCW, CARMA, Hanover, KEKST CNC, Leaders in Digital, Socialeyez and Tabreed to host 12 FREE virtual workshops from 18th June to 20th August on a number of topics to help future proof your career, including sessions on digital marketing, presentation skills, measurement, strategy, leadership plus more.
You can opt to enrol in just one or two courses and earn 5 CPD points per session (or just join in for fun), or register for the full programme to earn 60 CPD points and complete one out of the two years required to become a MEPRA or CIPR accredited communications professional. Once you have earned 120 points (60 per year) you will qualify for MEPRA Accredited PR status (MAPR) and CIPR accredited status (MCIPR), which can be used in your designation and added to your CV to demonstrate your commitment to your professional development.
A public relations professional’s success is dependent on staying relevant, resourceful, and inspired. Committing to your CPD can help you achieve all this and more. Even though we are offering you accreditation you don’t have to take part if you just want to attend the sessions and learn without worrying about points, that’s fine too!
Check out the courses and register at www.mepra.org/events
More about CPR & Accreditation
CPD helps you plan, manage and record all the activities you do to keep your knowledge and skills up to date. CPD ensures that you stay at the leading edge of your profession, so you are equipped for the future in a fast-changing environment. Free and exclusive to MEPRA members, CPD leads to accreditation and is your route to becoming an MEPRA Accredited PR Practitioner (MAPR) and even CIPR Chartered PR Practitioner.
Discover more about CPD and the accreditation model here.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Natalie Smith +971 (0) 54 494 0555