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Media CPD Events in April 2019

  • London School of Public Relations

    PR & Reputation Management Diploma

    The practical 5 day Diploma course focuses on how to create communication campaigns; manage brands; predict and reduce risk; protect and enhance reputation; and create strategic communications plans; which engage effectively with your stakeholders.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Branding

    The two day course will train you on how to create successful; engaging and effective communication strategies for your brand.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Risk & Crisis

    The two-day course gives you the tools to predict issues and manage risks; with a step-by-step guide on how to handle difficult situations during a crisis. It is important for an organisation to prepare for events in order to avoid damaging their reputation. The training also prepares you for a crisis situation; developing a crisis plan; assembling a crisis team and putting it all into action.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Book Editing

    10 Week evening course designed for those wishing to work in editorial and proofreading and those who work in books and

  • London School of Public Relations

    CSR & Sustainability

    The two day course will train you on how to manage corporate social responsibility and sustainability within your business. You will learn how to enhance stakeholder relationships and create positive business practices; with strong CSR strategies.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Blogging

    Many companies use blogs as an essential part of their digital marketing strategy to humanise brands and to drive new traffic to their website. Run through an Adobe authorised training centre; this one day course is designed to help you define your goals; create a short and long term strategy for your blog; and teach you how and what to blog about – vital skills if your blog is to be a success. You need no previous experience to attend this course.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Business Strategy for PR

    The two day course will provide you with an overview of the analytical business tools used to facilitate planning and forecasting. You will be trained in the process of making informed decisions for your branding strategies.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Sub-Editing

    Learn the core skills required to edit news stories; features; blogs and more to professional journalistic standards. The five week evening course will train you in the fundamental techniques of editing raw copy text; or even your own writing; into attention-grabbing and highly readable stories; as demanded by content publishers worldwide. It is aimed at a broad range of participants; from self-starter bloggers to experienced journalists who require formalised refresher training. You will learn how to approach written copy critically and reshape it into compelling editorial content that people will want to read. Focusing on practical exercises and using real-world examples; the course also focuses on the different sub-editing approaches required for various types of material; and explains the distinctive subbing methods demanded by print and online media.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Press Release Writing

    A practical one-day course; designed to teach you how to confidently write press releases that stand out.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Influence & Impression Management

    This one day course will help you unlock the key to Executive Presence and create impressive impressions on others. You will explore the power of body language; voice; tone and pitch and charisma in making an impact on others.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Picture Research

    The LSP Picture Research course is recognised as being the UK’s leading training course in this subject. The course is suitable for those interested in pursuing a career in picture research and picture editing; those in the early stages of their career or those who require refresher training to keep up-to-date with any changes affecting the industry. The project-based course is highly enjoyable and stimulating; with an emphasis on the practical issues relevant to the industry. The course keeps abreast of new developments; with special attention paid to the impact of digital technology and the role of the Internet. Member of the British Association of Picture Libraries and Agencies [BAPLA].

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Copy-Editing

    Through a series of practical exercises; you will learn to approach the printed word in a more analytical and critical way; allowing you to spot errors quickly and have the confidence to rewrite everyday text into concise; precise and compelling editorial copy at high speed. You will also have the opportunity to master the latest BSI copy-editing and proof correction marks. Attendees will learn the essential parts of the BSI 5261-2:2005 copy preparation and proof correction marks.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Writing for Professionals

    Communication skills are vital in any industry – sourcing information and writing documents to relay key messages to various audiences are some of the essential skills that can be developed through the course. The two-day course is taught by the leading journalist; Marianne Gray; who has extensive experience both as a journalist and as a trainer. The course is essentially very realistic and contemporary. It is a relaxed class that covers a lot of ground and is designed to make your business corporate writing stand out in a crowd. It guides delegates on how to find and write vital information in the best style and deliver it to the correct reader. In class we write documents like mission statements; business reports; speeches and corporate documents for external; in-house; web and blog use. We will do our best to incorporate individual training needs. Prior to the course taking place; you will be required to provide details on your current role and areas that you wish to improve in terms of writing and what you are looking to gain from the course. The training is designed to be practical and offers considerable advice and information. Course delegates will submit a 1;500 word feature two weeks after completing the course. Topics can be related to either professional occupations or personal interest.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Writing for Professionals

    The 1 day course is designed to make your writing communications stand out from the crowd. You will learn how to improve your writing style and accuracy. We will cover writing effective business reports; proposals; newsletters; corporate literature; web site content; blogs; emails and speeches.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Copy-Editing

    Through a series of practical exercises; you will learn to approach the printed word in a more analytical and critical way; allowing you to spot errors quickly and have the confidence to rewrite everyday text into concise; precise and compelling editorial copy at high speed. You will also have the opportunity to master the latest BSI copy-editing and proof correction marks. Attendees will learn the essential parts of the BSI 5261-2:2005 copy preparation and proof correction marks.

  • Serendipity

    Black Dance: A Contemporary Voice Conference

    Black Dance: A Contemporary Voice is a one-day conference exploring the processes behind creating choreography that blends techniques from African and African Caribbean diaspora to create new vocabularies. The conference will feature a panel of leading dance practitioners and academics who will each provide their own factual and historical insight on contemporary dance practice; whilst examining what ‘Black dance’ means today. The conference will explore the fusion and fluidity between African traditions; Caribbean movement; urban dance and contemporary practice; which create exciting techniques that speak to culturally diverse societies and build international dance networks paving the way in collaborative research and practice.

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