Our new programme of live training webinars is future facing, reflecting the new challenges and issues facing PR professionals as a result of convergence with other related disciplines, equipping you with the skills and knowledge needed in order to stay relevant.

These informative online sessions last one hour and are fully interactive. You can submit questions to the trainer, available via video link.

Whether you're based in the UK or overseas, our webinars provide a time- and cost-effective training solution. Participate in the live sessions or view them on demand when it suits you.

If a webinar is fully booked, don't forget you can view it on demand within 48 hours of the live broadcast.

Cost: free (members); £30 + VAT (non-members).

Upcoming live webinars

10.30am, 27 March 2015: An introduction to using statistics in PR

The use and application of statistics can help to achieve public relations goals whether raising awareness, informing decision-making or influencing behaviour. Good and accurate use of statistics can help to establish credibility and to increase influence. Poor use of statistics can lead to loss of trust and reduced authority. This webinar is for PR professionals looking to find out more about how to use statistics effectively, both to achieve day-to-day goals and to contribute overtime to enhanced reputation.

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10.30am, 14 April 2015: Getting the most from big data insights

Listening, analysing and responding to the data available through online and offline sources is a potential goldmine for PR professionals, but often like finding a needle in a haystack. This webinar will deliver key takeaways on how to find and use the data sources available to them in order to deliver greater understanding of their customers' behaviour, and deliver better targeted and more effective campaigns.

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For CIPR members our webinar recordings are available on demand Members only.

Note: This facility is not currently supported on Apple tablets or smartphones. In these instances, please use a laptop or desktop instead.