Public Relations Knowledge (PRK) Exam

The field of public relations and communications management is growing fast – and with it, the numbers of people graduating from PR&CM programs every year. Candidates for the best entry-level spots need to distinguish themselves – and employers need to identify the best candidates for their teams. That’s why the PRK (Public Relations Knowledge) exam was developed by the Canadian Public Relations Society. It’s written twice a year in 10 cities across Canada by recent graduates and young practitioners who want to move their CVs to the top of the growing pile.

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Why write the PRK exam?

-Demonstrate your knowledge to a prospective employer

-Publicize your success and link your CV/Bio on the CPRS website

-Take the first step on your pathway to accreditation as a PR professional


Next exam session will be held on January 25th 2014 at the McGill computer lab from 12:30-2:30

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or contact Lorianne Weston/Manager, Education and Accreditaion CPRS National Office (416) 239-7034

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