Accreditation is widely recognized as a measure of professional achievement and competence in public relations. Increasingly, the terms of reference for public relations positions in the private and public sectors specify accreditation as a preferred qualification.
Thinking of doing your Accreditation in Public Relations (APR)? Need more information? Read on. You may also reach out to our CPRS Hamilton Accreditation Chair, Heather Pullen, MCM, APR, FCPRS at email@example.com.
We can help you take the next step. Taking that next step may seem daunting, but the experience and outcome of earning your APR is time and effort well invested. Your dedication to the program combined with the resources and assistance offered by CPRS Hamilton and CPRS National can help you navigate through this process. So, why not consider adding this to your list of goals for next year?