Accredited Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner Workshop Training - IEMA Certified Workshop: A unique course for becoming a Qualified Sustainability and CSR Practitioner

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Accredited Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner Workshop Training - IEMA Certified Workshop: A unique course for becoming a Qualified Sustainability and CSR Practitioner

Hosted by The Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) in San Francisco, CA June 17 - 18, 2010
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 The Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) is hosting its accredited, IEMA certified workshop on June 17 - 18, 2010 in San Francisco, CA. Participants will acquire knowledge and skill sets to implement Sustainable Strategies and Systems in their organizations. 

For Information and to Register, Click Here: www.cse-northamerica.org

With specialized, detailed and highly focused training, the CSE workshop will cover:

  • CSR & Sustainable Development Concepts

  • Global Warming & Climate Change Issues

  • Future trends & legislation in the U.S. & Worldwide on Corporate Responsibility

  • The Stakeholder Approach & CSR

  • Green and Social Cause Related Marketing

  •    CSR Communication & Sustainability Reporting

  • Global Standards/Models/Guidelines & Tools for practical CSR integration (GRI, UN Global Compact, EFQM)

  • A CSR Action Plan for your organization (prerequisite for CSR practitioner Qualification)

Monday, April 19, 2010 - 7:03am

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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) April 19, 2010 - the Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) is launching its North American Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Practitioner Certification Workshop, a unique two-day intensive program for executives and sustainability professionals to acquire the skills and competencies required to grow and to become Qualified CSR Practitioners. The workshop will be hosted by world-renowned sustainability pioneers and experts in San Francisco, CA on June 17 - 18, 2010. CSE has a global network of partners that have made them Europe’s leading sustainability and strategic consulting organization.

 The Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner’s workshop is certified by the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA), and is designed for all professionals responsible for the management of CSR, Marketing, and Public Relation activities. General Managers, Public Relations Managers and Sustainability and Environmental Professionals will advance their CSR understanding, acquire the skill and knowledge that will bring added value and authenticity to their company, and also earn an official business qualification.

 The ultimate goal of the CSE workshop in North America is to provide the tools and training that will instill the growing importance of Sustainability and corporate social responsibility into company strategy and also help demonstrate ethical business practices. This will in turn build corporate and community recognition in sustainable business through the examination of current best practices. With specialized, detailed and highly focused training, the CSE workshop will cover:

  • CSR & Sustainable Development Concepts

  • Global Warming & Climate Change Issues

  • Future trends & legislation in the U.S. & Worldwide on Corporate Responsibility

  • The Stakeholder Approach & CSR

  • Green and Social Cause Related Marketing

  •   CSR Communication & Sustainability Reporting

  • Global Standards/Models/Guidelines & Tools for practical CSR integration (GRI, UN Global Compact, EFQM)

  • A CSR Action Plan for your organization (prerequisite for CSR practitioner Qualification)

To request additional information, contact David at info@cse-northamerica.org or visit the CSE website at www.cse-northamerica.org

 

Keywords: 3BL | CSR | Corporate Responsibility | Global Warming | Stakeholder | Sustainability | Training | Workshop | climate change | event

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