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Corporate Social Responsibility - Level 1

Corporate Social Responsibility - key features and requirements

Course Code: PR.6A
Subject: Public Relations
Course Fee: £2680 + VAT (20%)

Dates for this course:

04 Dec 2017 to 08 Dec 2017 London
05 Mar 2018 to 09 Mar 2018 London
04 Jun 2018 to 08 Jun 2018 London
03 Sep 2018 to 07 Sep 2018 London
03 Dec 2018 to 07 Dec 2018 London
     

Overview

Chief Executives in most companies would prefer their organisations to have a good reputation. After all, some customers may not want to buy products and services from a company that is perceived as being unethical or mistreats its workers. But, in recent years, company boards have started to realise that the need to behave responsibly goes beyond simply polishing the company public profile. There is an expectation amongst communities who are impacted by the company’s operations that their needs should be taken into account. Regulatory bodies may take an unhealthy interest in the way a company is treating its customers if the organisation is seen as behaving abusively. It is no longer enough just to obey the law as a number of high-profile companies have discovered in recent times. This training course will analyse what Corporate Social Responsibility actually means and how it can impact corporate behaviour across a range of contexts including environmental impact, supply chain management, employee welfare, health and safety and community relations.

Who should attend?

Learning Objectives

By the end of the course delegates will be able to:

Course Content

What is Corporate Social Responsibility and why does it matter?

Best practice in CSR – corporate approaches on the key topics

The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility

Changing the Organisation to include CSR

Developing and implementing the CSR plan

Testimonials
Thank you for the programme. I've certainly learned a lot and I'm delighted with the practical aspect of the training there was lots of group discussions and role plays.
General Manager
Petronas, Malaysia