For PR and communications practitioners with 5 or more years of experience, the CPRS Accredited in Public Relations (APR®) designation program
is the most valuable, in-depth professional development experience that you will have in your public relations and management career. Achieving the APR will set you apart, professionally, and reputationally and bring meaningful growth to you, as a person.
Thinking you’re maybe ready but still not sure you can do it? Let’s figure this out, together. This informative webinar session will provide you program details, and help you get your application submission ready before the deadline on December 1st.
The webinar features Q&A with APR graduates on their experience with the accreditation program process, what worked and didn’t for them, their recommendations for success and other things to consider. Also hear from members of the Accreditation Council who will provide details on the application process, the year-long accreditation journey and an exam overview.
Take the first step towards registering for the 2023 APR Program
with this information session!
Alex Sévigny, PhD, APR
Associate Professor, McMaster University, Communication Studies and Media Arts
Member of the Accreditation Council
Margaret Pearcy, APR LM
Presiding Officer, National Accreditation Council at Canadian Public Relations Society Inc.
Scott Anderson, MCM, APR
Executive Director, Communications, Queen's University, Office of Advancement
Jenn Coleman-Ford, APR
Senior Strategist, Communications and Health, QEII Foundation, Communications and Marketing
Charlie McDougall, MA, APR
Communications Officer, Government of Canada, Indigenous Services Canada
Alyssa Lai, APR
Sr. Corporate Communications Consultant, The Co-operators, Corporate Communications