Course in Corporate Social Responsibility
11 – 29 January 2016
It is a pleasure to call for applications for the course in Corporate Social Responsibility under the Private Sector Initiative.
Applications are invited from CEO Managers and Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Managers at private enterprises.
The course in Corporate Social Responsibility will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark in January 2016. The course will have 12-20 participants and we strongly encourage both women and men to apply.
The course is specifically designed to meet the needs of people working in the private sector in developing countries. Emphasis is put on business development and direct applicability of course contents. NB: Course participants must be able to discuss course topics in English and to use a computer.
Find a course description enclosed or at www.dfcentre.com – see Private Sector Initiative or at this link.
The application form can be downloaded from www.dfcentre.com or obtained at the Royal Danish Embassy.
The potential participants must fill in the Fellowship Form.
- Two copies are required
- The Fellowship Forms must be endorsed by a superior or a programme officer.
- Also, the Fellowship Form is to be countersigned by the relevant Danish Embassy Officer.
- After endorsement, the Embassy is kindly asked to forward all forms directly to DFC.
Deadline for all forms to reach the Danish Embassy is 2nd October 2015.
The selection committee will meet at DFC, soon after the deadline. Embassies and Programme/Projects will be informed of the selection soon hereafter.
The Course is co-funded by the Danida Capacity Development Support Programme. The Programmes / Projects are charged DKK 2,500 per participant per tutorial week. The total funding needs are DKK 7,500 per participant. This includes study fees, accommodation, allowances, insurances and international transport.
Please note that the course only will be carried out if a sufficient number of qualified applicants are available.