The increasing number of employees in modern institutions has led to a heightened focus on internal communication processes with them, as they represent the organization to various public groups and speak on its behalf. Unless public relations are of fundamental importance in maintaining an effective communication system, individuals will not represent their institution well. A link is established between the amount of information an individual possesses about the institution they belong to and the level of interest and pride in explaining our goals and policies from time to time, which is achieved through building strong internal communications carried out by the Public Relations department within the organization.
- Public Relations Managers and Communication Managers
- Business professionals looking to enhance their skills in event management.
- Specialists in corporate communication management.
At the end of this course the participants will be able to:
- Comprehensive and Modern Concepts of Public Relations Management
- Research on Public Relations and its Various Applications.
- Contemporary Trends in Content Analysis and its Applications in Public Relations and Media.
- Identifying Responsibilities and New Functions for Public Relations and Media Agencies.
- Understanding the Relationship between Protocol, Public Relations, and Media Activities.
- Training on Integrating Public Relations with Technical and Administrative Competence of the Organization.
- Training on Modern Methods of Organizing Public Relations.
- Training on Developing Public Relations Strategy and Media Planning for the Organization.
- Training on Comprehensive Strategic Planning for Public Relations and Media in Your Institution.
- Planning Trends in Public Relations and Media Production.
- Artistic Production of Print Media Materials.
- Design and Art Direction for Print Media.
- Production of Media Content for Radio and Television.
- Evaluation of Media Production in Public Relations.
- Innovative Thinking in Public Relations and Media.
- Communication Technologies and their Impact on Public Relations and Media.
- Public Relations Image - Formation, Change, and Integration.
- The Social Responsibility of Public Relations Activities.
- Specifications for Professionals in the Field of Public Relations.
- Training in the Field of Public Relations and Media.
- Crisis Management in Public Relations and Media.
- Media Coverage of Important Events.
Unit 1: The concept of public relations and its role in the institution:
- Administrative and philosophical concepts of public relations and advertising
- Qualities of a successful public relations and media man
- Responsibilities and functions of public relations and advertising
- Advantages of modern organization of public relations and media
Unit 2: Characteristics of a successful public relations and media manager:
- Ability to deal effectively with managers
- The ability to deal with complex problems in relationships
- The ability to convince and face the media crisis
- Ability to plan media/public relations programmes
Unit 3: Etiquette and Protocol in Public Relations:
- The concept of etiquette, ritual and protocol
- Technology for managing meetings and protocols at banquets, parties and car rides
- The art of etiquette and human communication
- Methods of constructive criticism etiquette
Unit 4: Management and planning of media and advertising campaigns:
- The latest concepts of public relations campaigns and steps to implement them
- Planning and running public relations campaigns
- Types of PR program planning
- Basics and stages of evaluating public relations campaigns
Unit 5: Public relations / media correspondence
- Run and direct seminars and press conferences
- Managing TV Debates, Radio and Press Interviews (UK Curriculum)
- Managing public relations and media operations via the Internet
- How to effectively manage a media crisis (Organizational practices)
Unit 6: Public Relations and Media Strategic Plan:
- Benefits of strategic planning for public relations and media
- Planning public relations and media inputs
- Public relations and strategic planning for the media, steps and elements
- The role of public relations and media strategy planning
- Rules of successful public relations and media strategic planning
Unit 7: The relationship between the communication skills of media workers and the skills of the target audience:
- Skills in managing the performance of media professionals in the media field
- Rules for increasing the effectiveness of media messages
Unit 8: Factors affecting the effectiveness of media use:
- Media skills required to deal with the media
- How to determine the influence you need in the media arena
- Skills in evaluating media performance sequentially
Unit 9: Rules governing the production of media materials:
- Basic skills of terrain elements
- Print design and production skills
Unit 10: Rules governing the production of audiovisual media materials:
- Elements of competition and exclusivity of audio and video media
- Factors that increase the effectiveness of different radio formats
- Conditions that must be met in effective audiovisual production
Unit 11: Effective skills to influence public opinion:
- The main factor determining the presence or absence of public opinion
- Factors affecting the formation of public opinion
- Media skills influence public opinion strategy
Unit 12: Use of information technology in public relations and corporate communication:
- Information technology efficiency and its role in improving public relations and institutional communication
- Information networks - opportunities and threats
- Principles of page design for advertising on international information networks
- Preparing a public relations database
- Information technology efficiency and its role in improving public relations
- Designing a public relations page for an international information network