Leading companies from Europe and Romania join its first “Certified CSR Practitioner Program” -Advanced edition 2018 in Bucharest

CSE, CSR, Certified CSR Practitioner Program, Bucharest, Romania, Baxter, KPMG, Raiffeisen Bank, new GRI standards, UN SDG's,

CSE delivered yet another successful session of the Certified CSR Practitioner Program, this time in Bucharest. The Advanced Edition 2018 of the global Certified CSR Practitioner Program was held in Bucharest for the very first time on the 21st and 22nd of June. This high level professional training was fully booked and CSE managed, once again, to bring together executives from different fields from both local and multinational companies such as KPMG, Baxter Healthcare, Raiffeisen Bank and other leading organizations.

The new GRI standards and SDGs together with the Social Return on Investment were among the key topics of the program. More than 1500 CSR directors from leading European companies have attented this leading program in the field of CSR.

This two day workshop was designed as part of CSE’s mission to further educate professionals and enhance their knowledge on CSR in order to increase their organizations’ positive impact on society, the environment and the economy.

Coming up next are sessions in Houston, Sept. 27-28, 2018.  CSE is a leading advisory organization in training and consulting governments, large multinationals and small-medium enterprises in more than 30 countries. CSE’s experience has serviced Fortune 500 companies, governments and institutions across diverse sectors.

Next trainings for the year include Toronto in October, Dubai, UAE, in November, and London, UK, in December.

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