London,
11
October
2017
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14:25
Europe/London

‘The csuite podcast’ added to CPD database

The CIPR has collaborated with Audere Communications, producers of ‘the csuite podcast’, to make a selection of  podcasts available to CIPR members via the Institute's Continuing Professional Development scheme (CPD).

Members can earn 5 CPD points for demonstrating learning outcomes from each show. The CIPR's CPD database houses more than 1200 learning activities, 750 of which are cost-free.

Russell Goldsmith, Founder of Audere Communications and presenter of the csuite podcast
I’m really excited by this collaboration. Having interviewed some of the most senior execs from within the PR and Communications industry about a whole range of topics and issues that impact PR professionals, it’s great that CIPR members will not only benefit from that shared knowledge but that the time they spend listening to the shows will now also contribute to their CPD.
Russell Goldsmith, Founder of Audere Communications and presenter of the csuite podcast

Last year, more than 2,000 members completed their CPD, with many working towards Accredited and Chartered PR Practitioner status.

Notes to editors

About CPD
CIPR Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a free online platform that lets you plan and record your learning. The CPD database contains a broad range of learning and development activities. You can log custom activities and non-CIPR activities too. For each activity you log, you’ll earn points which count towards CIPR Accreditation. You need to earn 60 CPD points each year to complete your CPD record. After two years’ CPD, you will become a CIPR Accredited PR Practitioner. After three years, you can apply to become a Chartered PR Practitioner (Chart.PR). More.