Corporate Social Responsibility

  42 Modules
  Asynchronous + Interactive sessions
  24*7 Technical Support
  FTI Approved

Admission Requirements

  • You need a computer (with at least 8GB RAM and 100GB free space) Linux, Mac or Windows
  • Access to the Internet
  • English language proficiency
  • Experience in blockchain or project management is useful but not necessary


Throughout the three modules, learners are provided with guidelines on how to improve an organization’s environmental footprint, employee engagement, transparency, waste management, human rights performance, community investment, and responsible supply chain management. Learners are provided with basic foundation of Corporate Social Responsibility and are taught sustainable frameworks used by the world’s largest tech, telecommunications, manufacturing, retail and mining companies. In addition, this course teaches learners how to tackle and attempt to resolve CSR challenges in industry/companies, gives practical, real-world knowledge, and teaches how to apply CSR by drawing on experiences from global thought leaders in the field.

Note: Graduates are eligible to write the Corporate Social Responsibility Professional (CSRP™) exam as part of the Foundation Technologies Institute’s credentialing process.


The demand for people with an interest or experience in the CSR field is growing at a fast pace as communications improve and a demand for increased transparency and accountability in the corporate sector increases. In addition, recognition of the important positive role that the corporate sector can play in the communities it touches has encouraged companies themselves to become involved, spurred on by governments and the non-profits. It should also be noted that the commitment to CSR (and hence the supply of related jobs) is, at present, more developed in Europe than it is in Canada or the US, although the market is growing rapidly on this side of the Atlantic.

Now more than ever, there is a growing importance for companies to ramp up their focus on social responsibility. “Social responsibility,” in simple terms, means a business’ obligation to pursue achievable and good long-term goals for its people and the world at large.

Successful companies today use social responsibility to give back to society and thank customers for their loyalty. This can come in the form of projects, movements, or empowerment of individuals. Whatever form these corporate ventures take, they are a win for both the company and the community alike.

Organizations world-wide are looking for people that can lead them to utilize:

  • CSR to help them attract and retain employees
  • CSR to improve customers’ perception of their brand
  • CSR as a sign of accountability to investors
  • CSR to save money
  • CSR to enable them to better engage with customers
  • CSR for both commercial and social good



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