Training for the Future


CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) & COMMUNITY RELATIONS IN THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY

Course Code: CSRRD

Dates: 21 Apr - 25 Apr | 8 Sep - 12 Sep | 6 Oct - 10 Oct | 3 Nov - 7 Nov

Price: $4750

Duration: 1 Week /s

Course Objective
Corporate Social Responsibility & Community Relations in the oil and Gas Industry is designed to provide delegates with a comprehensive overview of the key concepts and ideas regarding (CSR).

Who should Attend
Corporate Affairs managers and officers, CSR managers and officers, Corporate strategists, Community Relations managers and officers, HR, Administration and Environmental managers, Project managers.


Course Content

THE SIGNIFICANCE AND RELEVANCE OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
  • What is the scope of CSR?

  • Who is involved? - CSR stakeholders

  • What are the risks of ignoring corporate social responsibilities?

  • Is CSR "Just Good Public Relations"?


  • SUSTAINABILITY IN PURCHASING
  • Managing a responsible Supply Chain

  • The Ethical Trading Initiative Base Code

  • Combating child labour in manufacturing


  • COMMUNITY RELATIONS AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
  • Working effectively with host communities


  • Managing sensitive issues including payments and relocation

  • Building successful community projects

  • Assessing social and environmental risk


  • CSR STANDARDS AND REPORTING
  • Sustainability Reporting frameworks

  • The Global Reporting Initiative

  • UN Global Compact

  • International Labour Organisation instruments


  • CSR PERSPECTIVES
  • The politics of CSR

  • Creating shared value

  • Ethical consumerism

  • “Greenwashing”

  • Future requirements for corporate responsibility



  • Learning Goal
    In particular, successful delegates of this programme will be able to: Describe how Corporate Social Responsibility is important in the public and private sectors, Develop and improve their community relations activities, Interpret the impact of CSR on the reputation of the organisation, Plan, initiate or improve CSR programmes, Report on their sustainability programmes

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