Communication Expert? Seal the Deal with an APR


The Accredited in Public Relations (APR) credential is a nationally-recognized way to document your expertise in communication and public relations. If you haven’t earned your APR and you live in the Washington, DC area, PRSA-NCC has the perfect opportunity for you.

The chapter will present an APR Mini Jump Start on Jan. 30.

8:00 Welcome and Introductions
8:15 APR/APR+M Process & Resources
8:35 Definitions/Functions of Public Relations
8:45 Research, Planning, Implementation, Evaluation
10:00 Communication Models and Theories
10:30 Ethics, PRSA Code of Ethics Law and Regulatory Affairs
11:10 About the Readiness Review, Exam Prep, Next Steps

The Chapter’s APR and APR+M (for military communications) programs are highly successful. They set the bar for other chapters in defining what works to ensure candidates complete the accreditation process.