What's it like to be a Communications Adviser?
Communications Advisers use words strategically to the advantage of the person, team or organisation they’re working with. They straddle the line between communications and public relations, helping the subject of their message-spinning strategy to be viewed in a positive light or achieve change.
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How to become a Communications Adviser
- Get your foot in the door as a Communications Officer or Public Relations Officer and gain experience and knowledge over time.
- Complete a Bachelor of Communication at university. These degree take approximately 3 years full-time to complete. You'll need to meet the ATAR requirement or gain special admission through an alternative entry program.
- Consider undertaking postgraduate qualifications, such as a Master of Strategic Communication.
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This degree provides you with skills in communication theory and practice which can be applied to a range of industries.