We strongly believe that training and development is vital for any business to adapt, evolve and sustain. Our training programme offers one-to-one sessions, workshops, Train-The-Trainer and master classes. All our programmes are developed in collaboration with industry experts and clients to ensure the content and methodology suites their training needs. We support businesses to embed best practices in response to the issues around compliance and regulatory affairs and address industrial capacity building and sustainability agenda. We also train businesses to achieve compliance with industrial standards such as ISO 26001, GRI standards, Client code of conduct (COC), SA8000, WRAP, SCLP, LSAS, GOTS, OCS, ASI, PSCI, and RBA.
To find out more about other courses please click on the course list below
LSAS Level 1 Awareness training
Reaching LSAS level 1 is the minimum requirement to retain NHS supply chain contract. All staff working on LSAS should have initial training and awareness of labour standards to demonstrate competency against level 1. The training will cover overall structure of LSAS including knowledge on labour standards, its scope and expectations from NHS.
LSAS Level 2 – Implementation
LSAS level 2 is the implementation phase. LSAS is a progressive framework and requires organisations to be proactive and show a continuous development. This course will meet the requirements of framework by enabling the attendees to map their supply chain and identify any labour abuse risk associated with it. This course provides knowledge on ILO conventions and its implementation across the supply chains.
LSAS Level 3 – Advance
To reach level 3 and optimum level 4 it is required to show a continuous training and development of people involved in embedding LSAS. This stage requires training on issues related to Labour standards and in-depth knowledge on local and international regulations and expectations of labour standards as defined under ILO. This course will enable organisation to have due diligence process in the supply chain and continuous vigilance to adhere to labour standards. This course will provide tools on effectively interrogating supply chain, conducting RCA and proactively mitigate the risks.
Understanding MDR Training
MDR is a new regulation for medical device industry. This new regulation is a huge challenge because of its stringent guidelines and new set of mandatory requirements. This is a free course that will provide you an overview on new regulation and statutory framework for medical devices registration. The course is designed for Quality assurance professionals, Internal Auditors, Quality Managers, Manufacturers and regulatory professionals.
Pharmaceutical social compliance initiative is a scheme adapted by key pharma leaders to achieve social sustainability in their global supply chains. This initiative is a set of standards based on ISO 26000:2010 guidance. The course will provide training on PSCI methodology, its clauses and compliance criteria. This is specific for internal auditors working in Pharmaceuticals and for SA8000 certified auditors who would be commencing these audits.
Understanding Modern Slavery
This course is designed for Public and Private sector in response to Modern Slavery Act. The course provides an understanding of law and protecting human rights at work. The courses focus on elements of Modern Slavery and its impact on business operations and provides tools to identify any risk of modern slavery practices in wider supply chains. Participants will be able to write their modern slavery statement, establish modern slavery policy and have a framework for implementation.
Child labour Implications in Supply chains
This course will provide knowledge on international requirements from ILO and local law on Child labour. The course will provide tools to the employer to prevent child labour, adopting risk-based approach and have a system in place to eliminate child labour from their supply chains. This course is ideal for Recruitment agencies, HR managers and procurement professional working with global supply chains.
Insights into Sedex Audits
The course is designed for Auditing companies, buyers and suppliers to understand all 4 pillars of Sedex Audit. This course is ideal for companies joining Sedex platform and struggle to understand requirements from the audit. The training provides a theoretical understanding of Social, Labour, Environmental and Ethical conduct of the business. The course will enable attendees to understand audit criteria, clauses, sampling methodology and following up on corrective actions.
Introduction to WRAP
The course is ideal for suppliers on WRAP scheme and outlines the WRAP standard and its implementation challenges. It will provide insight into Risk based approach to adapt the WRAP standard. The focus of course material is on the context and implementation of standard and understanding the requirements in detail.
ISO 26000:2010 Training
ISO 26000:2010 is increasingly viewed as a way of assessing an organization’s commitment to sustainability and its overall performance. ISO26000 is not a certifiable standard however it provides a guidance for the organisation. This course will introduce all aspects of this standard including societal, environmental, legal, cultural, political and organizational diversity, as well as differences in economic conditions, while being consistent with international norms of behavior. Attendees will gain wealth of insight into a holistic approach to sustainability that can help them to apply knowledge to develop internal operations and implementing social standards schemes.
Understanding ETI code of conduct and its application
Ethical trade Initiative (ETI) sets out a code of conduct around social sustainability. The course will focus on providing knowledge on 9 ETI codes addressing basic human rights at work. Attendees will be able to understand technical information on ETI code of conduct and embed the code in any social scheme or brand audit.
The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility
This course is aimed at managers and leaders to build on Strategic direction for organisation with an aim to become a responsible organisation. This course will focus on understanding CSR and all three pillars of sustainability. The course will enable participants to understand the theory behind CSR and the impact of their operations to wider communities.
Supply chain Risks- A road map to sustainability and Due Diligence
This course is ideal for businesses with worldwide operation and complex supply chains. It is aimed at suppliers, buyers and wider stakeholders involved in global trade. A systematic process will be discussed for supply chain management and due diligence, including stakeholder involvement. This course will provide a framework for risk free supply chains and implementing social sustainability standards.
Minimum Hours and wage calculations
The course will provide universal acknowledgement on minimum wage and working hours. The theoretical and legislative components of both will be discussed in depth. The course will enable participants to gain Insight into hours and wage calculations and its impact on productivity. Attendees will understand the Compliance and regulatory requirement to assure fair operations across supply chains.