|Membership: A sense of belonging|
Why not join today and become part of the PRISA Family!
By becoming a member of PRISA, you are sending a positive message to both your colleagues and clients, and ensuring the vital future for the voice of public relations.
You can capitalise on benefits such as shared knowledge, professional development and the credibility that PRISA membership brings.
|Morning Live Interview with Bridget von Holdt APR FPRISA – 16 January 2015|
The much anticipated annual PRISM Awards honours the Public Relations here in South Africa. In its 18th year PRISM Awards are presented to Public Relations and communications professionals who have successfully incorporated strategy, creativity and professionalism into Public Relations. Live interview with Executive Director of Glasshouse, Bridget von Holdt.
|Growing your career requires professional networking|
By Thabisile APR
The pleasure of joining the public relations profession in my case was soon replaced by the dynamism of the environment into which I was “trading”, so to speak. The qualifications provided the basics, but the environment required agility and the ability to cope with dynamic publics and technology that do not seem to have a stop button.
So, how was I going to catch up and most importantly keep up to date to stay relevant? PRISA… This question always comes up. Why should I join a professional body when accreditation is not a legal requirement? What value would I get from such a membership? Like me, you probably have questioned why you should become a member.