This course, provided by the British Academy for Training and Development, aims to help trainees understand how to build positive perceptions and maintain reputation with the public and stakeholders, for development of well-planned and implemented PR campaigns, in order to enhance and increase the organizational value. This will be learned by adopting Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving approaches in the process of Campaign Strategic planning, to develop the trainees' skills in assessing, solving, monitoring, and managing the crisis, to ensure time and effort are best invested to generate effective results.
Understanding the necessary stages to be undertaken to ensure positive results when trying to gain influence, which is important to the success of any internal pressure strategy. Pressure Groups are a type of groups that some individuals or groups in the community use to form or join in order to influence their public policy on specific issues. Political literature, therefore, often defines Pressure Groups as "organizations that influence decision-makers" by lobbying the government for concessions, and even direct or indirect influence the government for specific decisions or actions.
The course will also discuss how to visualize and measure Public Opinion aspects, and how Public Opinion mainly influences the development of different policies, and the various available techniques to benefit from the concern topics of both public opinion and the media, to have a positive impact on PR outcomes.
The course also considers various issues and Crisis Management topics through a systematic public relations perspective, depending on the life cycle of many cases, Persuasion Theory, and external and internal focus on management of the best interests of both the environment and consumers. This course provides practical experience in problem definition, planning and strategic analysis. It also includes implementation techniques. The main focus of this course would involve current PR issues or crises at the local, national and international levels.
Public relations have authority over corporate social responsibility through the Cases Management Function and responsibility for corporate reputation, which necessarily means helping to change organizations to achieve new sustainability agendas. Public relations contribute to the effectiveness of organizations by improving organizational relationships, facilitating public talks and discussion. This course offered by the British Academy for Training and Development helps students develop an important assessment of the role of Public Relations in the community and the development of analytical and professional skills.