CIPR 2013 Annual Report details 29% increase in CPD completions
The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has published its 2013 Annual Report alongside an official notice of this year’s Annual General Meeting, taking place in Manchester on Thursday 12 June.
The Annual Report includes detailed information on the 29% increase in Continuing Professional Development (CPD) completions by Members.
Other headlines from the Annual Report include:
- 4% growth in professional membership of the Institute
- 1,623 members and non-members taking part in 159 training workshops over the year
- 628 graduations across CIPR Qualifications
- Rising participation in both the CIPR Excellence and PRide Awards
- An increased level of representation across key public relations issues including Diversity and Social Media
The publication of the Annual Report follows last week’s release of the 2013 Finance Report which detailed how the Institute made a retained surplus for the year of £189,774. This takes the Institute’s total reserves to £868,399 in line with its financial objectives.
Our commitment to our Royal Charter continues to drive forward our work to promote higher standards of practice and professional conduct in public relations. 2013 saw, once again, a strong rise of 29% in the number of members recording Continuing Professional Development.
This year’s AGM will take place on Thursday 12 June at Manchester Metropolitan University, starting at 6pm. The meeting is scheduled to immediately follow the day-long CIPR Northern Conference, which provides insight and learning into the skills required to operate in a digital PR landscape.
Members can confirm their attendance at the AGM by emailing Tina Surman at email@example.com.
About the Chartered Institute of Public Relations
Founded in 1948, the Chartered Institute of Public relations (CIPR) is the professional body for public relations practitioners in the UK. With over 10,000 members involved in all aspects of PR, it is the largest body of its type in Europe. The CIPR advances the public relations profession in the UK by making its members accountable through a code of conduct, developing policies, representing its members and raising standards through education and training.