Flow Communications is now an accredited media training provider with the Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Services SETA).
Flow was granted provisional accreditation with the Services SETA last week. This becomes full accreditation as clients start to use the service and pass or are declared competent.
So what does accreditation mean for our already well-established media training programme?
It means that (should they choose to) a media training participant who completes our intensive one-day session at Flow can now complete a longer programme, get assessed and moderated, and if they pass, receive credits toward a National Diploma in Public Relations Practice.
Flow’s accreditation covers a component of our crisis media training programme on how to implement a crisis communications management plan.
“Flow has been a leader in media training for more than a decade, and we’re proud to be able to offer this accredited component to our training,” says Flow CEO Tara Turkington.
Flow has supported some of the most prominent organisations on the African continent with media, crisis, social media and communications training, including the US State Department, the African Union, UN Women, several major financial institutions and some of South Africa’s top healthcare providers.