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Global Handwashing Day
CSR Training Module 3 – An Introduction to CSR Legislation 11:00 am
CSR Training Module 3 – An Introduction to CSR Legislation
Oct 15 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
We are delighted to introduce our CSR Training Course. This comprises of six one-hour modules over six weeks. Book the first 5 modules and you will be invited to participate in the 6th and final[...]
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Driving forward successful businesses. 10:00 am
Driving forward successful businesses. @ Thames Valley Chamber Webinar
Oct 20 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Social Value – Driving forward successful businesses. Free webinar hosted by Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce and delivered by CSR Accreditation on 20th October at 10am. This webinar looks at the positive impact that social[...]
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CSR Training Module 4 – The Four pillars of CSR accreditation 11:00 am
CSR Training Module 4 – The Four pillars of CSR accreditation
Oct 22 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
We are delighted to introduce our CSR Training Course. This comprises of six one-hour modules over six weeks. Book the first 5 modules and you will be invited to participate in the 6th and final[...]
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CSR Training Module 5 – Creating a CSR Policy 11:00 am
CSR Training Module 5 – Creating a CSR Policy
Oct 29 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Creating a CSR Policy By taking a strategic approach, organisations can determine what activities they have the resources to devote to being socially responsible. They can choose just the CSR activities that will strengthen their[...]
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CSR Training Module 5 – Creating a CSR Policy
Oct 29 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Creating a CSR Policy

By taking a strategic approach, organisations can determine what activities they have the resources to devote to being socially responsible. They can choose just the CSR activities that will strengthen their competitive advantage. By planning CSR as part of an organisation’s overall plan, we can ensure that profits and increasing shareholder value don’t overshadow the need to behave ethically to their stakeholders.

One of the united State’s most powerful business groups has abandoned the shareholder-first idea that has driven capitalism for decades.

The Business Round-table said the pursuit of shareholder interests is no longer the central purpose of corporate America.

Companies should concentrate of social responsibilities as well as profits

This module covers :

  • identifying your key CSR stakeholders
  • building your strategy around your organisation’s core competencies
  • recognising issues that matter to your customers
  • developing CST initiatives that make your employees proud
  • measuring the return on investment (ROI) of your CSR efforts for all stakeholders
  • expanding your organisations definition of CSR
  • CSR policy and structure
  • benchmarking and recording processes

All courses are accompanied by a delegate’s workbook to make it easier to follow and to make your own notes. Look out for the link to the dedicated landing page (which will become available after you have booked) and download in preparation for the module.

The training course is for those who wish to develop their organisation’s CSR policy including CEOs/MDs, executive teams, senior leadership, HR managers and CSR professionals. The course is also suitable for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of the importance of CSR in the workplace.

On completion of each module, you will be required to complete an online questionnaire to receive a digital acknowledgement certificate for completion of that particular module.

A digital certificate of training PDF is supplied on course completion. Signed by CSR-A for proof of authenticity and endorsed by the IAM and Buckinghamshire New University.

(This course will count towards your personal professional development CPD)

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CSR Training Module 6 – Communicating CSR
Nov 5 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Communicating CSR

Most practices related to CSR will involve some form of internal and external communication such as CSR reports, annual reports, PR and social media channels. We will show how communication of your CSR outcomes delivers positive narrative through all marketing channels.

This module includes:

  • positive narratives
  • reporting and benchmarking
  • communication channels internal and external
  • communication hierarchy
  • social impact reporting

All courses are accompanied by a delegate’s workbook to make it easier to follow and to make your own notes. Look out for the link to the dedicated landing page (which will become available after you have booked) and download in preparation for the module.

The training course is for those who wish to develop their organisation’s CSR policy including CEOs/MDs, executive teams, senior leadership, HR managers and CSR professionals. The course is also suitable for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of the importance of CSR in the workplace.

On completion of each module, you will be required to complete an online questionnaire to receive a digital acknowledgement certificate for completion of that particular module.

A digital certificate of training PDF is supplied on course completion. Signed by CSR-A for proof of authenticity and endorsed by the IAM and Buckinghamshire New University.

(This course will count towards your personal professional development CIPD) .

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World Environment Day
Jun 5 all-day
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UN International Day of Charity
Sep 5 all-day
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World Mental Health Day
Oct 10 all-day

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