3 modules, 42 hours
All year round
Online - Self-Paced
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This three-module, 42-hour program at University Canada West focuses on the exciting new world of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
Through these fully asynchronous workshops, we provide foundations in the development and management of CSR strategies. We provide an overview of the importance of CSR and some of the frameworks used by the world’s largest tech, telecommunications, manufacturing, retail and mining companies. We provide guidelines on how to improve an organization’s environmental footprint, employee engagement, transparency, waste management, human rights performance, community investment and responsible supply chain management.
At the end of the course, attendees should leave with the tools necessary to develop inspiring initiatives and successfully promote them.
CSR is one of the fastest growing components of Fortune 500 companies. According to the 2018 Global Reporting Index, 90% now file sustainability reports annually. Formal training in CSR will improve any organization's ability to improve employee retention, clean its environmental portfolio and extend its reach into the community it operates. With US$22.89 trillion of assets professionally managed under responsible investment strategies, the time for CSR training is now.
To learn more about this course, please check out our free webinar:
Nano-degree – Self paced
- 3 modules, 42 hours
- Students have 16 weeks to complete
- No live instruction
- Price: $799
By completing the nano-degree, the student will qualify to take the Foundational Technologies Institute (FTI) exam, which is included in the price.
Students who achieve a passing grade of 70%, or higher, on the exam will receive a certificate and professional designation from FTI.
curriculum developer Bio
Cameron is the course developer and facilitator for the Corporate Social Responsibility Program at University Canada West. He is a passionate public speaker with a background in corporate social responsibility, innovation and organizational change.
In 2020, Cameron was selected as a CSR Top 100 Influence Leader, which represents excellence in building sustainable programs, protecting human rights and promoting ethical business practices in supply chains around the world.
He has co-authored a book and multiple papers on clean technology, capacity building and carbon mitigation. He is the recipient of multiple awards, including the Premier’s Public Service Award for his role overseeing the largest corporate transformation in the history of the Alberta Public Service. He is also an active member of Toronto’s clean technology community and an instructor at the University of Dalhousie.
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