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Communicating effectively is key to business success.
Through communication planning and training, Hart & Partners helps convey your messages to internal and external audiences.

 
 

 

What Does the "APR" Stand For?

The purpose of accreditation is to unify and advance the public relations profession by identifying those who have demonstrated broad knowledge, experience and professional judgment in the field. The program seeks to improve public relations practice. The designation Accredited in Public Relations (APR) signifies a high professional level of experience and competence.

Accreditation is a voluntary certification program for public relations professionals, administered by the Universal Accreditation Board and the Public Relations Society of America. To become Accredited, members must advance from a Readiness Review and pass a written exam.

Accredited members carry the designation "Accredited in Public Relations" (APR), signifying a high professional level of experience and competence.

Rebecca Hart received her APR in 1997, and has since taught accrediation coursework at the local, state and international level.

 

 


 

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