Please join us for the CIPR Cymru Wales Annual General Meeting on the evening of Wednesday 15th February, with guest speaker Ian Gwyn Hughes.
*Now a FREE event for members!*
Alongside our AGM activities, we're delighted to be joined by Ian Gwyn Hughes, Head of Public Affairs at Football Association of Wales (FAW), who will be talking about the their extraordinary tournament year in 2016. At our PRide Awards last October, the FAW Communications Team were awarded the CIPR Special Recognition Award for their use of digital communications around EURO 2016, for the way in which the whole country felt engaged with the Wales National Team.
We'll also be joined by Jason MacKenzie Found.Chart.PR, FCIPR, our President for 2017 who'll be sharing his plans for the coming year.
Following our speakers and AGM activity, a Welsh buffet and refreshments will be provided and there will be a chance to meet with fellow members and colleagues.
This event carries 5 CIPR CPD points, just in time for the closing of the 2016/17 CPD year!
Would you like to join the CIPR Cymru Commiteee for 2017/18?
Every year at the AGM, CIPR members have the opportunity to join the Cymru committee. We're a motivated, dedicated and passionate bunch and we're always looking for others to join us. If you're interested please get in touch to put your name forward by 10 February 2017. Email Committee Secretary Carolyn Pugsley firstname.lastname@example.org
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CIPR Cymru Wales
The CIPR (Chartered Institute of Public Relations) Cymru Wales is for professional communicators. Our members work across business, industry, PR consultancies and in government, education, health and other public bodies.
The CIPR is UK-wide and offers training and development leading to professional qualifications that are increasingly demanded by employers. We also strive to ensure high standards of professionalism and conduct among our members.
We have recently celebrated not only our 40th anniversary in Wales, but also the granting of chartered status to our organisation - confirming our position as a leading professional body.
A committee of Welsh PR professionals looks after the interests of CIPR members in Wales - organising annual and monthly events; arranging and communicating training and career development opportunities in Wales; providing a voice for the profession in Wales; communicating national CIPR information to the Welsh membership; and working in partnership with Welsh universities on a number of fronts.