APR Q2 accreditation up year on year

The Universal Accreditation Board, the leading certification organization for public relations professionals, announced the second-quarter results for the 2010 Examination for Accreditation in Public Relations.

The Universal Accreditation Board, the leading certification organization for public relations professionals, announced the second-quarter results for the 2010 Examination for Accreditation in Public Relations.

Candidate approval increased 38.3% in the second quarter and the number of people completing and passing the computer-based examination increased approximately 40% year on year.

However, an ad hoc committee continues its efforts to eliminate the APR requirement for PRSA national officers and board members, recently adding members of the Arthur W. Page Society to its cause.

Candidate approval was down year on year in Q1.

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