The Summer Stars Lectures – For PR Practitioners


The Taylor Bennett Foundation is offering an unrivalled opportunity for junior PR professionals to expand their knowledge about best practice and current trends in public relations and corporate communications, and to learn how media and digital are evolving, through a series of talks and lectures.

This week of lectures will be held at London College Of Communication from 24th – 28th June 2019 and is accredited by the PRCA and CIPR (which means you can claim CPD points by attending these lectures in below).

The talks will be delivered by several leading PR practitioners, they’re a great opportunity for both junior executives seeking a concise overview of different aspects of the sector and more established professionals looking to get up to speed on all the latest trends.

You can choose whether to attend individual lectures, a full day or the full week.

CLICK HERE  to download our 2019 PR Lectures brochure which contains details of the lectures and speakers, along with the link to Eventbrite to book tickets.

All profit from the programme goes towards the supporting the Foundation’s award-winning training and mentoring programmes exist to encourage black, Asian and ethnic minority graduates to pursue a career in communications.


If you are interested in attending the lectures and you have questions, please contact 


CIPR members can claim five points per lecture, ten points for a day and 50 points for the whole week. You can find more info on CIPR CPD here.

PRCA members and non-members can claim 20 points per lecture. You can find more info on PRCA CPD here.

1. A single attendee must be named for each booking. There will be no refund offered for cancellation or non-attendance but tickets are transferable for no additional fee.
2. All communication about the lecture(s) will be sent to the email address that makes the booking.
3. Refreshments will not be provided, however there is an on-site cafe where refreshments may be purchased.
4. Photographs will be taken during the lectures, which may be used for future marketing materials. 5. Lectures may also be filmed.
6. All content presented at the lectures is © the companies or speakers who present it.