UK Training Programme
Putting the corporate responsibility to respect human rights into practice Training programme 15-16th September 2011, near Gatwick, UK.
TwentyFifty has been providing companies with open and in-house training programmes on business and human rights since 2002.
Its programmes fully integrate the work of the UN Special Representative on business and human rights, Professor John Ruggie.
They are designed for senior managers and board-level influencers and decision makers - senior and non-executive directors, CSR committees and company secretaries who operate at a strategic level.
The programme 'Putting the corporate responsibility to respect human rights into practice' aims to help you further develop the skills and knowledge you need to truly take the lead on the corporate responsibility to respect human rights and to embed the principles and practices within your organisation.
Training involves two days of workshops and presentations as well as the opportunity to identify a business project that the training can help to accelerate. The programme also involves a pre-workshop phone call to discuss your particular learning needs and a post-workshop review.
Programme fee is £950 plus VAT inclusive of accommodation and refreshments. For more details and for booking enquiries please email info@twentyfifty.