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Corporate Social Responsibility - Level 2

Promote community relations and environmental sustainability through Corporate Social Responsibility - your organisation's contribution to enhancing society

This course is recognised by the British Accreditation Council (BAC)

Course Code: PR.6B
Subject: Public Relations
Course Fee: £2850 + VAT (20%)

Dates for this course:

09 Dec 2019 to 13 Dec 2019 London


Building on the content of Level I, our CSR Level 2 training course goes more deeply into the subject of Corporate Social Responsibility. The programme looks at key topics that are relevant to attendees from the public and private sectors illustrated with useful and appropriate case studies. Delegates from resource extraction companies, such as the mining and petroleum industries, may be interested in environmental and community relations CSR examples. If public servants are participating in the training, they may want to know more about international CSR reporting standards - such as how companies carry out an impact assessment of their operations and report on their sustainability activities. Managers from manufacturing organisations may want to learn lessons on how to monitor and evaluate appropriate behaviour in their supply chains - for example questioning whether their factories in the Far East are cutting corners by using child labour, or sourcing raw materials from conflict zones. CSR Level 2 is all about developing broad and deep skills that are relevant to the course participants, and is particularly suitable for practitioners working in professional CSR functions.

Who should attend?

Learning Objectives

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

Course Content

The Significance and Relevance of Corporate Social Responsibility

Sustainability in Purchasing

Community Relations and Environmental Sustainability

CSR Standards and Reporting

CSR Perspectives

LCT staff were helpful and attentive beyond the normal call of duty. The consultants were very good in the delivery of the course both in terms of content and presentation. They mixed seriousness and humour to keep the course interesting and to help us learn.
Zenith Bank, Ghana