social corporate responsibility

Social and Corporate Responsibilities

Social and Corporate Responsibilities - 16 Courses

Anti-Money Laundering

Anti Money Laundering
This course explores the act of money laundering and its implications. It looks at ways in which proceeds of crime are hidden, the threat this poses to society and the type of businesses who are particularly vulnerable to becoming a victim of money laundering. We will look at the relevant laws and the penalties for those who are caught in the act! Learning Outcomes: Explore the act of money laundering and its implications; Look at ways in which proceeds of crime are hidden; Who is particularly vulnerable to becoming a victim of money laundering; The relevant laws and the penalties for those who are caught in the act

Anti-Slavery

Anti Slavery
This course explores what is believed to be a historic problem but what is in fact a very current issue and that is slavery. We will look at the origins of slavery and the types of slavery that exist today. We will look at how to identify victims of slavery and what action can be taken. Learning Outcomes: Explore what slavery is; The origins of slavery and the types of slavery that exist today; How to identify victims of slavery and what action can be taken.

Bribery Act

Bribery Act
Paying, accepting, or even just agreeing to a bribe is a criminal offence and organisations that don’t prevent bribery could be prosecuted and face unlimited fines and run the risk of going out of business. This refresher course is suitable for sales, procurement, and senior management staff by providing information on what is appropriate and not appropriate in a business negotiation process.

Competition Law

Competition Law
Competition Law is intended to promote and maintain fair market competition, through the regulation of anti-competitive conduct. This module explores the two main laws that protect competition in the UK and the penalties for non-compliance. Learning Outcomes: Explore the two main laws that protect competition in the UK; Explore the penalties for non-compliance.

Cyber Security

Cyber Security
This course explores cybercrime and its consequences. We will look at effective risk management and what to do if you spot suspicious activity. We will provide you with some important guidance for staying safe and secure online. Learning Outcomes: Explore cybercrime and its consequences; Look at effective risk management and what to do if you spot suspicious activity; Staying safe and secure online.

Driving at Work

Driving at Work
This course looks at the law in relation to the safety of employees who drive for work. It provides advice and guidance for both employers and employees on managing the risks in the prevention of road traffic accidents and highlights the consequences of non-compliance. Learning Outcomes: The law in relation to the safety of employees who drive for work; Managing the risks in the prevention of road traffic accidents; The consequences of non-compliance.

Environmental Awareness

environmental awareness
The way we treat our environment is becoming increasingly important. How we live our lives, impacts the earth both on a global and local level. This course is designed to enable the learner to identify the key areas affecting the environment along with workplace related environmental issues.

Fair Treatment of Customers

Fair Treatment of Customers
Customers want to do business with people they can trust. The fair treatment of customers should be at the core of every organisation. This module explains what consumer protection means for UK citizens in the 21st century, and the benefits that can be derived from these regulations. It continues to detail the legal rights of consumers in the United Kingdom, based on a variety of legislative and statutory instruments and the regulatory bodies that administer and enforce them.

Fraud Awareness

Fraud Awareness
With fraud costing the UK economy billions of pounds every year, fraud awareness continues to be one of the most fundamental skills to learn in business. This course will delve into the definition of fraud on both a legal and a practical basis and examine some of the different forms fraud can take. It will also detail some of the ways in which you can identify the red flags that can point to fraud and begin to consider the next steps. 

Introduction to Sustainability

Introducion to Sustainability
This course aims to increase awareness about environmental sustainability. It provides an overview of how our world is changing and what actions individuals can take to reduce their impact on the environment. It explores the cause of climate change, individual actions to prevent it, ways to reduce carbon footprint, influencing company sustainability practices, and the business risks and opportunities in the ecological crisis. By the end of this course, learners should be able to consider the impact of their actions on the environment, follow best practices at work to promote sustainability and take action to reduce emissions and their carbon footprint.

Modern Slavery

modern slavery
This course is designed to give learners the ability to prevent modern slavery in all its forms. It will describe the seriousness of modern slavery, legislation intended to protect victims, how such criminal activity can be identified and how to stop it. By the end of this course, learners will be able to recognise the different aspects of modern slavery and exploitation, explain how modern slavery legislation impacts their role, describe the responsibilities of organisations and individuals for preventing modern slavery and carry out the procedure for reporting modern slavery activities.

Right to work

Right to Work
To encourage a fair and open employment market, the UK government introduced Right to Work checks designed to mitigate the impact of illegal working by preventing the exploitation of individuals and ease the potential negative economic impact. This module explores who’s eligible to work in the UK, what documents are considered acceptable for proving this eligibility and the consequences of breaking the UK’s Illegal Working laws. Learning Outcomes: Understand who’s eligible to work in the UK, what documents are considered acceptable for proving this eligibility and the consequences of breaking the UK’s Illegal Working laws.

Supporting Wellbeing and Attendance

supporting wellbeing and attendance
This course aims to provide learners with the knowledge they need to proactively support wellbeing and attendance in the workplace, and sensitively and consistently respond to absences when they do occur, both short-term and long-term. By the end of this course, you will be able to: Promote a supportive workplace culture, create the conditions for open and honest conversations and participate in managing absence.

Sustainable Business Management

Sustainable Business Management
This course aims to increase awareness about sustainable business management. It provides an overview of how organisations can implement change and transform the way they do business, so they are fit for a net zero economy. This course explores key elements of sustainable business management, including strategy development, data measurement and reporting, compliance requirements, greenwashing prevention, and leveraging emerging technologies for a smoother transition towards sustainability. By the end of this course, learners should be able to develop a sustainability strategy, follow sustainable business practices, measure and report sustainability data, stay compliant with environmental regulations, invest in sustainable innovations, and identify and avoid greenwashing practices.

Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing
Officially known as making a disclosure in the public interest, whistleblowing can often seem like a daunting and complicated process, with individuals afraid they won’t be taken seriously or will encounter reprisals in the workplace.This module explores the legal protections offered to whistleblowers, the responsibilities of employers to respond to disclosures made in the public interest and what individuals can expect throughout the process. Learning Outcomes: Explore the legal protections offered to whistleblowers, the responsibilities of employers to respond to disclosures made in the public interest and what individuals can expect throughout the process.

Workplace Security

Workplace Security
Whether a threat arises from casual misconduct or serious criminal activity, it is something that can cost the company money, diminish morale and even affect the operation of the business. The Workplace Security video will examine the threats that today’s businesses must prepare for, address how those threats can affect the company and the people who work there, and detail the various security measures that can protect you from those threats.

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