De Bernards Consulting
CSR Practitioners' Training - Intermediate
VENUE – LCCI Conference Centre, Ikeja- Lagos (Also available in Abuja and Port Harcourt on Call)
Duration: 3 days
Course Fee: N180,000.00
- Includes Training materials and Tea/coffee breaks
This training is designed to enable participants to acquire the skills and competences required to become CSR practitioners through specialized, detailed and highly focused classroom teaching and review of CSR case studies from around the world including Nigeria and other African countries. It provides participants with the tools and necessary practical CSR framework to function as a CSR Practitioner in any part of the world. Emphasis will be on Strategy, Implementation, Reporting and Communication.
Upon completion of the course, trainees are able to:
- Apply the knowledge and skills gained in middle CSR management levels
- Develop and implement an effective CSR strategy
- Develop CSR reporting and communication models in line with global best
- Acquire a world class certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
The course consists of the following:
What is and what is not CSR
Importance of CSR in Different Sectors of the Economy
Making a Business Case – Private Sector
CSR in the Public Sector
Public Sector CSR Strategies – Analyses and Case Studies
CSR Strategy and Global Standards – Case Studies
Corporate Governance and Sustainability
Global Models: Presentations and Description – Global Reporting Initiative
(G3), UN Global Compact, CDP, UN Guiding Principles, ISO 26000, etc.
Responsible CSR Communications and Strategy
CSR and the Supply Chain
Reporting - Integrated Reporting based on GRI and IIRC Guidelines
External Assurance and how to communicate to gain Reporting Credibility
The Concept of CSR, Corporate Governance and Business Ethics in Africa
The Importance of Implementing Effective CSR Programs in Africa – Case
The Intrinsic Link between CSR and National Development
The Role of CSR Practitioners and Future Trends in Africa
Beyond Basic CSR – Importance of Human Rights Due Diligence
UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights – An African
HRDD as a Strategic Investment
Exercises and Testing of Understanding
Even though there are no formal educational requirements, admission is a selective process based on professional achievement and organizational responsibility. We expect participants on this program to have basic understanding of CSR either through education or practice.
Who should attend?
Company Managers, CSR Practitioners, Public Relations Managers, Marketing
Managers, Human Resources Managers, Sustainability and Environmental
Professionals who wish to advance their understanding, bring added value to their organization or get hold of a globally accepted CSR Certificate to progress their career.
This program is appropriate for individuals as well as teams of executives from the same organization. When colleagues attend a program together, the organization benefits from their shared knowledge and common vision. This, in turn, enables participants to enhance their ability to pursue business goals as a team, effect critical transformations, and transfer knowledge.