How HSPR helped Tamma get a promotion

Dec 15, 2016

Tamma Kirkby head shot.jpg

 

HSPR is committed to providing quality education and experiences to all learners – no matter where they live across Australia.  In fact, our courses are designed and developed to be delivered online first. 

Online learning is coupled with real-time support to ensure each learner is provided with the best opportunities to succeed.  Extensive one-on-one support is a hallmark of HSPR and why our online learners can achieve such impressive professional success – no matter where they live!

Meet Tamma who began her study while living and working in Alice Springs. 

“I have studied with HSPR since 2014 and have successfully completed two courses - an Executive Program in Public Relations and, most recently my BSB50215 Diploma of Business.

The subjects are spot-on in terms of providing me the opportunity to gain necessary skills and relevant knowledge.  The skills I’ve learnt have not only excelled my performance in my PR roles but have been a major contributor to job promotions along the way.

Currently, I am working for NT Tourism in the International Public Relations space focusing on key global markets.

Learning with HSPR has given me a broad understanding of the foundations of Public Relations, enabled me to implement these learnings into my day to day tasks and successfully manage working across a diverse number of countries, cultures, segments and varied target consumers.

The best part of studying with HSPR is being able to do it online! It is amazing to be able to live in a remote location like Darwin and still be able to study and gain relevant qualifications through the one of the country’s most highly regarded Public Relations agency-led training organisations.

My confidence level in making critical decisions, creating copy and implementing complex PR campaigns has consistently grown with the more I learn.

My education will continue in 2017 with HSPR and the University of Wollongong’s Graduate Certificate in Public Relations,” she said.

 



blog comments powered by Disqus

Articles