Here’s why new practitioners write the PRK Exam:
- Serves to build your resume and allows you to stand out from other job applicants with demonstrated commitment to the profession.
- Provides proof of your knowledge of professional terms and concepts and demonstrates your writing skills and your ability to think critically.
- Acts as a building block to a career in PR and Communications Management.
- First step along the path to the APR designation.
The next Public Relations Knowledge (PRK) exam is on May 15, 2020. Deadline to apply is May 8, 2020. The fee to write is $150, with and optional exam readiness program fee of $100.
To apply, go here to read more and access the link to the application form: https://www.cprs.ca/Certifications/New-Practitioner-(1-5-years)/Program-fees
Want to learn more? Check out this video from Jonathon Dyck, accreditation chair for Vancouver island.