Ethical Trading Initiative Autumn/Winter Training Courses

Book by 16 August for 10% discount on Ethical Trading Initiative’s autumn/winter training courses

ETI is offering 10% early bird discount on their Autumn/Winter 2012/13 training courses booked by 16 August. ETI’s highly rated courses, based on in-depth knowledge and cutting-edge research, are delivered at ETI’s London office by leading experts in ethical trade. The training is designed to inspire and equip you with the knowledge and skills to implement ethical trade in your company and make a real difference to workers’ lives around the world.

Find out about and book ETI courses and download the autumn/winter schedule and prices.

The Essentials of ethical trade
Our innovative programme of one-day workshops delivered by ethical trade experts takes participants through the process of building a sound ethical trade policy and strategy, and helps develop the knowledge and understanding to put this into practice along the supply chain.

Buying ethically: A workshop for buyers
A half-day training course for buying staff, that provides a practical understanding of what it means to ‘buy ethically’, how purchasing practices can impact on workers, and how to integrate ethical trade into buying practices.

The ETI Base Code and UK law
A one-day seminar to help suppliers understand how to apply the ETI Base Code in the UK legal context and implement sound HR systems to improve ethical compliance.

Ethical public procurement
Learn how ethical trade principles are applied to public procurement and start to plan an ethical procurement strategy for your own organisation.

Train the trainer: City and Guilds 7300 award
A practical two-day course to help develop the knowledge and skills to be an effective trainer, leading to the new City & Guilds 7300 qualification. Suitable for anyone who carries out training as part of their role.

Find out more and book online at: www.ethicaltrade.org/training
For training enquiries, contact [email protected] or 020 7841 4350

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