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Learn the fundamental purpose of a CSR audit program

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Auditor Training

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Introduction

This course provides information on the fundamental purpose of a CSR Audit program, including the CSR Audit approach and Audit Processes, as well as the range of social and ethical issues that face organisations and auditors, and enables auditors to be able to identify key factors in CSR audit execution.

Overview

By the end of this course, delegates will be able to:

  • Describe the fundamental purpose of a CSR Audit program
  • Understand the CSR Audit approach and Audit Process
  • Describe the range of social and ethical issues that face organisations and auditors
  • Understand key factors in CSR audit execution
  • Understand the following:
    • Access denied, zero tolerance and other special cases and process
    • The local industry practice, bad examples, good examples
    • The relevant legislative framework (national and local labour law)
    • Continuous improvement and remediation plan

What will you learn?

Auditors will learn:

  • How to execute a high-quality CSR audit
  • Find isolated or systematic issues
  • Understand the difference between inconsistency and finding issues
  • Differentiate between non-compliance and observation
  • Understand how to manage the challenges during the audit
  • Write a comprehensive and detailed CSR report

Who should attend?

  • New CSR Auditors applicants
  • Current APSCA registered auditors
  • Suppliers
  • Internal Auditors

What is included?

No pre-coursework is required for this course. Classroom/virtual course includes exercises via Kahoot and group exercises during the training session. The eLearning course consists of four eLearning modules, which include knowledge checks and a quiz at the end of each section.

What do you need to prepare?

No preparation is required before attending this course.

Course length

Two days for classroom and virtual delivery. Four hours eLearning.

Course delivery

Classroom and Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT). Four hours eLearning.

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Course Type

  • In-house
  • eLearning
  • Virtual
  • Classroom

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