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Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.

CSR is short for “corporate social responsibility,” a discipline that prepares students to balance the priority of businesses to improve their bottom line with the desire to promote social programs or donate to worthy causes. These skills are used by corporations, nonprofits and governmental organizations.

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Campus Universitario Europeo

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the business contribution to sustainable development with the aim of improving the social, economic and / or environmental.This m ... [+]

Expert - Corporate Social Responsibility Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the business contribution to development sustainable in order to improve the social, economic and / or environmental. This means that when a company has achieved an economic outturn account positive and therefore increased its value, should contribute to sustainable development in regard to the environment and the planet, always looking closely respect the rights humans. Realizing the importance of Corporate Social Responsibility at present, European University Campus, has developed a program pretending to offer the student the knowledge and perspective necessary to incorporate any company or organization the CSR criteria in their management.... [-]

Spain Marbella A Coruña Madrid
September 2019
Spanish
Full-time
Part-time
6 months
Online
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the importance of understanding impact; the ways we learn about the impact and the ways it is assessed; a ... [+]

The Impact, Critics, and Future of Corporate Social Responsibility KEY INFORMATION Course Code: SM104B Duration: 3 days Fee: £1605 COURSE OUTLINE The Impact of CSR Understanding impact Different dimensions of the impact of CSR The challenges of determining the impact Criticisms of CSR Introducing critiques of CSR ‘CSR is anti-business’ ‘CSR is pro-business’ ‘The scope of CSR is too narrow’ CSR fails to achieve its goals’ The Future of CSR Where is CSR heading? Mega-trends affecting CSR Embedding and integrating CSR Transition and transformation The role of business in society Target audience Heads of organizations, chief officers, chairpersons, board members and directors. Heads of departments, and senior managers & executives interested in corporate social responsibility (CSR). Managers of tomorrow who wish to develop modern business practices and find ways to act in a truly responsible way. Those who see business as being increasingly central to addressing global concerns and society’s expectations of going beyond wealth creation, against a backdrop of financial crises, climate change, political shifts, and population growth. Those who want their business to maximize profits whilst also being publicly accountable for its social and environmental record. Those who are concerned about the role of business in modern society. Learning outcomes ... [-]
United Kingdom London
August 2019
Full-time
3 days
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the context within which contemporary CSR has flourished; the different perspectives on and definitions of ... [+]

Courses in CSR in Europe 2019. Corporate Social Responsibility training course KEY INFORMATION Course Code: SM105A Duration: 4 days Fee: £2095 COURSE OUTLINE Introducing CSR Why CSR? Definitions of CSR Corporate governance A framework for understanding CSR Values motivation Limitations of CSR frameworks Sustainable Development Meanings of ‘sustainability’ and ‘sustainable development’ Climate change and global warming The challenge to business New models of sustainable business Capital markets and sustainable development Signals to the market Rewarding financial intermediaries CSR in Developing Economies Development agent or development tool? Theories of development The business-poverty framework Business as a cause of poverty Business as poverty’s victim Business as a solution Assessing the business response Globalisation and CSR The meaning of ‘globalisation’ Influence of globalization on business CSR as a response to globalization Unmet challenges Target audience ... [-]
United Kingdom London
August 2019
Full-time
4 days
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the different goals that companies are trying to achieve; the types and levels of CSR that companies exhib ... [+]

Advanced Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility KEY INFORMATION Course Code: SM104 Duration: 8 days Fee: £3440 COURSE OUTLINE How CSR is Managed Understanding what companies want from CSR Qualities of good CSR management Structuring the CSR function CSR as strategy The business case for CSR CSR and Governance Theories of corporate governance The ‘drivers’ of corporate governance reform International developments in corporate governance Commentary from a CSR perspective CSR Reporting The nature, challenges and emergence of CSR reporting The upsurge in CSR reporting since the early 1990s Conventional financial reporting and CSR reporting Reporting issues for corporate management Stakeholder Management and Engagement Meaning and origins of stakeholder CSR standards Stakeholder consensus: deviance and uniformity Government and governance Socially Responsible Investment The origins and development of SRI Sustainable investing Types of SRI analysis and practice Engagement Other SRI approaches SRI performance SRI index performance SRI fund performance Market growth Trends in SRI The Impact of CSR Understanding impact Different dimensions of the impact of CSR The challenges of determining impact Criticisms of CSR Introducing critiques of CSR ‘CSR is anti-business’ ‘CSR is pro-business’ ‘The scope of CSR is too narrow’ CSR fails to achieve its goals’ The Future of CSR Where is CSR heading? Mega-trends affecting CSR Embedding and integrating CSR Transition and transformation The role of business in society Target audience Heads of organizations, chief officers, chairpersons, board members and directors. Heads of departments, and senior managers & executives interested in corporate social responsibility (CSR). Managers of tomorrow who wish to... [-]
United Kingdom London
August 2019
Full-time
8 days
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the context within which contemporary CSR has flourished; the different perspectives on and definitions of ... [+]

Courses in CSR in Europe 2019. Advanced Corporate Social Responsibility KEY INFORMATION Course Code: SM105 Duration: 9 days Fee: £3765 COURSE OUTLINE Introducing CSR Why CSR? Definitions of CSR Corporate governance A framework for understanding CSR Values motivation Limitations of CSR frameworks Sustainable Development Meanings of ‘sustainability’ and ‘sustainable development’ Climate change and global warming The challenge to business New models of sustainable business Capital markets and sustainable development Signals to the market Rewarding financial intermediaries CSR in Developing Economies Development agent or development tool? Theories of development The business-poverty framework Business as a cause for poverty Business as poverty’s victim Business as a solution Assessing the business response Globalisation and CSR The meaning of ‘globalisation’ Influence of globalisation on business CSR as a response to globalisation Unmet challenges How CSR is Managed Understanding what companies want from CSR Qualities of good CSR management Structuring the CSR function CSR as strategy The business case for CSR CSR and Governance Theories of corporate governance The ‘drivers’ of corporate governance reform International developments in corporate governance Commentary from a CSR perspective CSR Reporting The nature, challenges and emergence of CSR reporting The upsurge in CSR reporting since the early 1990s Conventional financial reporting and CSR reporting Reporting issues for corporate management Stakeholder Management and Engagement Meaning and origins of stakeholder CSR standards Stakeholder consensus: deviance and uniformity Government and governance Socially Responsible Investment The origins and development of SRI Sustainable investing Types of SRI analysis and practice Engagement Other SRI approaches SRI... [-]
United Kingdom London
August 2019
Full-time
9 days
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the different goals that companies are trying to achieve; the types and levels of CSR that companies exhib ... [+]

Managing and Implementing Corporate Social Responsibility KEY INFORMATION Course Code: SM104A Duration: 1 week Fee: £2675 COURSE OUTLINE How CSR is Managed Understanding what companies want from CSR Qualities of good CSR management Structuring the CSR function CSR as strategy The business case for CSR CSR and Governance Theories of corporate governance The ‘drivers’ of corporate governance reform International developments in corporate governance Commentary from a CSR perspective CSR Reporting The nature, challenges and emergence of CSR reporting The upsurge in CSR reporting since the early 1990s Conventional financial reporting and CSR reporting Reporting issues for corporate management Stakeholder Management and Engagement Meaning and origins of stakeholder CSR standards Stakeholder consensus: deviance and uniformity Government and governance Socially Responsible Investment The origins and development of SRI Sustainable investing Types of SRI analysis and practice Engagement Other SRI approaches SRI performance SRI index performance SRI fund performance Market growth Trends in SRI Target audience ... [-]
United Kingdom London
August 2019
Full-time
1 week
Campus
Instituto Europeo de Salud y Bienestar Social

Facilitate the tools of Corporate Social Responsibility; Acquire the necessary skills in people management to achieve the involvement and commitment of workers and manage ... [+]

ContentCoordination of the Prevention of Occupational Hazards in safety and healthPromotion and Health Education in organizationsNutrition and dietSpecific psychosocial risksAddictions and habits harmful to healthOrganizational human managementInternal and external communication and its importance for the corporate imageManagement and Strategies of healthy companiesFinal projectgoalsFacilitate Corporate Social Responsibility tools.Acquire the necessary skills in people management to achieve the involvement and commitment of workers and managers in the adoption of healthy habits.Facilitate methods for the establishment of a strategic labor health policy.Admission requirements

Degree or Degree in Medicine, Nursing, Psychology, among others. Professionals dedicated to organizations: Labor Relations and Human Resources. Prevention of Occupational Risks, Personnel Directors, Managers, Advice.... [-]

Spain Madrid
September 2019
Spanish
Full-time
12 months
Online