Human Rights & Labor Standards- Foundational Course for Procurement Managers
The Foundational Course will prepare your company for the increased client requirements on human rights & labor standards. It will allow you to comply with the training requirements of the of the German Supply Chain Act.
The Foundational Course will rise awareness of procurement managers for human rights and labor standards, so that they can step into their potential to improve labor standards.
Who the Course is for:
The course is designed for companies that want to comply with training requirements from the German Supply Chain Act in a lean and practical way and who want to prepare for increased client or investor requirements in human rights and labor standards.
Content of the Course:
Difference between human rights and labour standards
Impact of purchasing on the protection of human rights and labour standards
Role of the Supplier Code of Conduct in improving labour standards
Requirements of the Supply Chain Act (LkSG) for purchasing
The course includes a workbook that summarizes all the important concepts and definitions.
Format & Cost
The course is pre-made and can be ordered righ away.
Buyers will receive an email and then have a two-weeks access to our learning platform where the course can be completed.
It will take around 4 hours to complete the course.
Once completed the participants will receive a certificate of completion.
The fee of the course is 275 EUR per participant excl. VAT.
Conception of the Course:
Federica Suess is a trained social auditor and has 10 years of CSR experience.
In 2013, she started as a sustainability manager for the company DEPOT in Frankfurt, then worked as a product manager CSR for the auditing company SGS in Hamburg and founded ETIKA together with Veronica Rubio in January 2021.
During her time at SGS, she has developed 4 CSR courses offered through SGS Academy. In your first job at DEPOT, her task was to establish international labor standards among DEPOT-suppliers.
She worked closely with purchasing and already understood at the time how important it is to get purchasing on board for sustainability issues.
In her last customer assignment, Federica Suess moderated over 30 purchasing workshops. In doing so, she once again became once again aware of the importance of purchasing in the enforcement of labor standards at suppliers.
The two flag-ship training courses on human rights & labor standards have been specifically developed for purchasing and serve to combine sustainability with purchasing and to exploit the potential of purchasing in improving labor standards.