There are no formal prerequisites to attend this ISO 26000 Standard Training course.
This ISO 26000 Standard Training course is ideal for anyone who wants to promote common understanding in the field of social responsibility.
ISO 26000 Social Responsibility Training Course Overview
Social responsibility entails businesses acting to benefit society and maximising shareholder value. Social responsibility is becoming increasingly important to investors and consumers looking for profitable investments and benefits society and the environment. This training is intended to allow businesses to be socially responsible and implement policies that promote the well-being of society and the environment while minimising negative impacts on them. This training will allow individuals for promoting volunteering, make changes that benefit the environment, and engage in charitable giving.
In this 1-day ISO 26000 Standard Training course, delegates will get familiar with the organisation's view through internal and external stakeholder engagement and the importance of two-way communication. They will gain knowledge about examples of value creation and highlight the importance of good governance and decision-making processes, including monitoring of compliance, relevance and significance of the issues and the practical and theoretical examples from different sectors. Furthermore, they will also learn about how organisations have used ISO 26000 or how organisations can use ISO 26000. Our highly skilled and professional trainer will conduct this training with years of experience teaching ISO Standards training courses.
This training will also cover various essential concepts, such as:
- Terms and definitions
- Understanding social responsibility
- Recent trends in social responsibility
- Characteristics of social responsibility
- Principles of social responsibility
- Recognising social responsibility and engaging stakeholders
- Guidance on social responsibility core subjects
After attending this training course, delegates will be able to find a balance between pursuing economic performance and sticking to societal and environmental issues is a critical factor in operating efficiently and effectively.