Online Digital PR training course now widely available with government funding

Online Digital PR’, the one-day workshop in digital PR and social media techniques from The PR Training Centre, is now available in-house for as little as £1,500. And Government grants available through the Train To Gain scheme means companies can get £1,000 in funding for the workshop.

According to principal presenter Jacqui Green, “{{Our one-day workshop on ‘How to do online digital PR’, has become our flagship in-house course over the past six months}}. Now clients such as PR agencies can have the course delivered at their own premises for only £1,500. What’s more, many are eligible for government funding of £1,000 under the Train To Gain scheme, which means they can get our workshop delivered in house for a net cost of just £500. Booking this course really is a no-brainer now!”

Full details of the In-house online digital PR workshop are given at http://www.theprtrainingcentre.com/digital-pr-skills-for-pr-…

Further details of the Train To Gain funding scheme are given at
http://www.theprtrainingcentre.com/training-funding-grants.h…

Delegates who have attended the workshop have heaped praise on the course and its joint presenters. Christine King of Make Waves PR said, ‘I applaud the enthusiasm that Jacqui and Richard have for digital PR and the expertise they have worked so hard to build up and deliver back to the industry.‘ Kate Sears of Touch Worldwide said, ‘Very beneficial – learning. Many things that I didn’t know and I picked up some very useful tips. I didn’t realise how much is achievable in terms of PR with little financial investment.’ Monique Lester of London Digital PR said, ‘I think it was pitched very well. Good pace, good content, good practical exercises, very knowledgeable trainers and very engaging.’ Kerry Power of Digital Outlook said, Nice to be taught by people who clearly know what they’re talking about!

Further information on in-house courses from The PR Training Centre can be found on the website at www.theprtrainingcentre.com/in-house_PR_training.html

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