Available Courses


Social Responsibility Standards Interpretation (Labor and Ethics):
Your Questions Answered, LIVE!

Industry-specific versions available, e.g., electronics, palm oil, seafood

Course Objectives: ​
  • Understand the key principles behind the different social compliance standards in the electronics, garments, agricultural, fishing and palm oil industries
  • Have clarity on what the requirements are of these various standards
  • Learn the common interpretation pitfalls of the standards across different industries
  • Harvest auditing and implementation insights from the rich auditing experiences of the facilitators

Duration: 4 hours


Ethical Recruitment and Employment Standards Awareness Workshop

Course Objectives:
  • Appreciate the rationale for responsible recruitment
  • Understand the definition and manifestations of forced labor risks, and the attendant risks posed by the labor broker and labor contracting systems
  • Understand the standards and compliance benchmarks for ethical recruitment and employment;
  • Identify risks and challenges to implementing ethical recruitment standards in different migration corridors
  • Illustrate examples of effective controls to address risks and challenges
  • Understand requirements for moving towards the guidance on Responsibility for Recruitment Costs
  • Learn the necessary elements in communicating with key stakeholders
Duration: 2 days/3 hours per day

Implementing the Employers Pay Model:
A Practical Guide for Employers of Foreign Workers

Also available for Taiwan, Malaysia and Thailand

Course Objectives:
  • Determine the recruitment fees and costs under the Employers Pay Model
  • Understand the international and legal standards on recruitment fees and employment costs in destination and origin countries of foreign workers
  • List the requirements for developing recruitment fees policies and procedures
  • Determine the risks and costs considerations in choosing the right recruitment model for their facility
  • Explain the criteria for choosing a recruitment partner that meets the ethical recruitment standards
  • List the requirements for drafting a service agreement with Recruitment Agents
  • Determine key next steps in the effective implementation of the Employer Pay Policies and Procedures
  • Draft an implementation plan
Duration: 3 days/4 hours per day
Ishikawa_Problem Analysis

Problem Analysis and Solution Generation Tools for Corrective Action Planning

Course Objectives:
  • Learn pointers on how to analyze the problem in identified non-conformances and/or violations
  • Recognize how different paradigms can influence problem interpretation and solution generation
  • Apply the tools of Systems Thinking, Cause and Effect, and Root Cause Analysis Guide
  • Determine the process and requirements for creative solutions generation
  • Apply creative brainstorming techniques, How-How and Reverse Fishbone diagram in generating solutions
  • Drawn from real-life examples drawn from Auditor-Facilitators of this course
Duration: 3 days/4 hours per day

The Verité Approach to Gathering information from Workers

Course Objectives:
  • Understand the importance of interviewing workers in social auditing
  • Dissect the different challenges in interviewing workers
  • Learn the interview requirements in Social Auditing
  • Identify personal and practical needs of workers during an interview
  • Differentiate the different types of interview questions
  • Demonstrate the Steps and Step Checks of Interviewing Workers
  • Determine reliability and sufficiency of information gathered
Duration: 2 days/3 hours per day

Internal Auditors Training for Social Responsibility

This course aims to improve auditor competencies in conducting social audits against international social responsibility standards, with a specific focus on Electronics Industry Standards.

It is the hope that this course will enable learners to sharpen their ability to detect serious breaches and improve their ability to identify social responsibility and labor issues in recruitment and onsite management of workers, in labor outsourcing arrangements, and in complex labor supply chains.
This course was designed with a blended approach to learning, utilizing the following methods:
Asynchronous modules – this is a self-study approach to learning that is provided to the learner through online modules. The learner is provided the time and convenience to learn at their own pace through informative presentations, exercises, and downloadable resource materials. 

Synchronous instructor-led sessions – ILT sessions are conducted live through Zoom. During these sessions, the participants are provided access to subject matter experts that will facilitate the learning process. Participants can expect in-depth discussions, real-life practical examples for social responsibility concepts, and group or individual activities.

  • Week 1 – Asynchronous Modules (3 days)
  • Week 2 – Synchronous Modules (3 days, 4 hrs/day)
  • Week 3 – Synchronous Modules (3 days, 4 hrs/day)

Training Series on People Management for Social Responsibility

This training series seeks to capacitate key staff and employees, who are involved in managing workers and worker performance, in implementing the company’s social responsibility commitments.

In this course, participants can expect to:

  • Discuss the common findings from social responsibility audits that stem from ineffective systems and inadequate skills to manage worker performance (e.g., Handling Discipline and Termination; Improving Work Habits and Performance issues; Receiving and Listening to Worker Feedback)
  • Build standards-aligned skills in managing people issues
  • Identify system and process issues that will hinder the successful execution of learned skills
Duration: 3 days, 4 hrs/day

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Kria Jopson

Kria Jopson

Program Coordinator for Consulting


Ria Sarmiento

Program Coordinator for Training

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