Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) course is based on the ISO 26000 guidance on how businesses and organizations can operate in a socially responsible way. It covers the seven core Corporate Social Responsibility subjects, namely corporate governance, human rights, labour practices, the environment, fair operating practices, consumer issues, community involvement and development, and is intended to provide a theoretical and practical framework as to how these subjects can be further integrated into operations and working practices through policies, audits, action plans and engagement actions and targeting a full integration of CSR within an organisation. Our tutor for the course, Dr. Roberta Lepre, has vast hands on experience is social responsibility issues and sustainable development.
This training, being offered in collaboration with Weave Consulting, will familiarise participants with the main elements of Corporate Social Responsibility based on the ISO 26000 guidance on how businesses and organizations can operate in a socially responsible way. In particular, the seven core subjects of Corporate Social Responsibility will be explained in further detail:
- Organisational governance;
- Human rights;
- Labour practices;
- Fair operating practices;
- Consumer issues;
- Community involvement and development
Participants will then be guided on understanding how these subjects can be further integrated into their operations and working practices through policies, audits, action plans and engagement actions, thus providing them with a roadmap as to how to go about fully integrating Corporate Social Responsibility within their organisation, and ultimately, leveraging the benefits that this will bring to their organisation.