Webinars

PRINZ is pleased to offer members free access to webinar training hosted by the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA). PRIA webinars are presented by industry leaders, bringing topical content to practitioners, regardless of location.

Upcoming webinars

Friday 22 August

'How to stay on the right side of visual copyright' - Register now
Presented by Natasha Cywinski, Senior Paralegal, Asia Pacific at Getty Images.

Tuesday 9 September

'Managing your Reputation - Individual and Organisational'
Presented by Cecelia Haddad and Judy Goldman, Media Elements.

Friday 17 October

'Crisis Management in this 21st Century - Are You Ready?'
Presented by Melissa Agnes, Agnes+Day, Montreal.

Friday 14 November

'The Business of Change, the Art of Communication'
Presented by Jonathan Champ, Meaning Business.

View previous podcasts

Click here to access all past podcasts on the PRIA website. PRINZ is grateful to PRIA for giving our members free access to their webinar schedule in 2014. Live webinars that have been available to PRINZ members since February 2014 include:

  • What it takes to succeed in PR in 2014
    Presented by Trevor Young aka PR Warrior, speaker/author/consultant and advisor.
  • Public Relations and Leadership
    Presented by Professor Anne Gregory, Director of the Centre for Public Relations Studies at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK.
  • PR Perceptions vs Media Realities
    Presented by Warren Kirby, Chief Executive Officer, Wieck Australasia Online Newsrooms.
  • Cross-platform and Integrated Social Media
    Presented by Yianni Konstantopoulos, Executive-level Strategy, Business Development and Digital Communications Professional, and Katy Daniells, Senior Social Strategist at Ogilvy PR Australia.
  • Digital Marketing and how to measure it
    Presented by Jessica Whittaker, Head of Digital at iSentia.
  • Lessons from the Trenches - Eight Years in Social Media
    Presented by Jenni Beattie, Founder of Digital Democracy.
  • Generally Accepted Practices Study - Australian Findings
    Presented by Professor Jim Macnamara, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Technology, Sydney.

Connecting to the webinar

You will be connected to audio using your computer's microphone and speakers (VoIP). A headset is recommended.

System requirements

PC-based attendees

Required: Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2003 Server or 2000

Mac-based attendees

Required: Mac OS X 10.4.11 (Tiger) or newer

Mobile attendees

Required: iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet

Audio checklist