If you are currently working in Public Relations, to be eligible for assessment to become a Chartered PR Practitioner, you must be a member of the CIPR at MCIPR or FCIPR grade, and have started logging CIPR CPD.
We require evidence of a commitment to life-long learning, which can include CIPR CPD (or equivalent) , or other evidence of recent professional development in public relations.
You will be sent joining instructions, assessment questions and case studies, articles or other sources, around two weeks before the Assessment. They will form the initial basis of the group discussions which are the core part of the assessment process.
We assess your skills, knowledge and experience in leadership, strategy and ethics. We recommend that you contact the CIPR to discuss the most appropriate time for you undertake an assessment day, if you are in any doubt - please email email@example.com.