The Readiness Review plays an important role in the Accreditation process. It evaluates, through a questionnaire and live presentation, knowledge, skills and abilities that cannot effectively be judged in the computer-based examination.
A Readiness Review panel is comprised of three current APRs, one of whom serves as chair. They are charged with offering both an accurate assessment of the candidate and to serve as a resource for the candidate, as they prepare for the computer-based Examination.
Who Makes a Good Readiness Review Panelist?
Statistics show a high Advance rate from Readiness Review. Be aware, however, of some preparation and execution mistakes in this mock Readiness Review video – what NOT to do.
Accreditation is the standard for strategic public relations practitioners. It tests a person’s communications abilities from research and strategic planning to implementation, evaluation and ethical conduct.