Wed | May 23, 2018

The Shipping Association of Jamaica delivers public relations workshop

Published:Tuesday | April 17, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Workshop facilitator, Novelette Denton-Prince engages participants during the recent Public Relations and Crisis Management Workshop held at the Shipping Association of Jamaica.
Participants of the Public Relations and Crisis Management Workshop taking a moment from discussing their workshop group activity. From left: Delano Williams, Community Relations Officer of the National Water Commission (NWC); Leighton Williams, communications officer, Jamaica National Group; and Paula Arbouine, customer service agent, Seaboard Freight and Shipping Jamaica Limited.
Participants of the Public Relations and Crisis Management Workshop taking a moment from discussing their workshop group activity. From left: Nastasian Reid, public relations secretary at the Ministry of Labour and Social Security; Trevesa Dasilva, communications coordinator, Kingston Freeport Terminal Limited; and Karen M. Mullings, public relations officer, Maritime Authority of Jamaica.
Participants of the Public Relations and Crisis Management Workshop taking a moment from discussing their workshop group activity. From left: Donette Subron, Public Relations Officer, Caribbean Maritime University; Annmarie Kirlew-Williams, Senior Communications Officer, The Jamaica National Group; and Michka McCreath, Public Relations Manager, Ministry of Labour and Social Security.
Participants of the Public Relations and Crisis Management Workshop taking a moment from discussing their workshop group activity. From left: Bulah McCain, Administrative Officer, Seaboard Freight and Shipping Jamaica Limited; Latoya Hutchinson, Public Relations Assistant, National Water Commission (NWC); Vanessa Reid-Ledford, Director of Communication and Education, Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission; and Dionne Mason-Gordon, Operations Manager, Property and Administration, Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ).
Participants pose with workshop facilitator and members of the Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ) staff while holding their certificates of participation earned at the Public Relations and Crisis Management Workshop, held at the SAJ’s offices on April 5, 2018.
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The Shipping Association began its training package for 2018 with the eagerly anticipated Public Relations and Crisis Management Workshop. Professionals from banking, shipping and other industries across the public and private sectors joined trainer Novlette Denton-Prince for a stimulating day of activities. Participants were guided through cases, and they explored modern public relations theories and practices. Here are some highlights of the of the day's activities.

Participants of the Public Relations and Crisis Management Workshop taking a moment from discussing their workshop group activities.