BITC Training one day courses

A range of one-day courses are offered through BITC Training, each focusing on a particular area of corporate responsibility.

ILM - Institute of Leadership and Management logo.All courses are run regularly, and are accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Mangement. 

If you are interested in multiple courses from the list below, you may like to consider the CR Management programme, which combines them into a single accredited programme.


A hand holding a penIntroduction to responsible business

This course looks at what CR and sustainability are and what their importance is for your company, and features a presentation from a business speaker on their experiences developing and integrating CR/sustainability strategies.


Two figures shaking handsStakeholder engagement

Corporate responsibility is about improving the impact of a business on society - your stakeholders. This course looks at how to engage those stakeholders effectively.


People at a meetingDriving change for CR

This course, jointly developed by BITC and Cranfield University, will give you the tools you need to get traction on your company's corporate responsibility programme.


Skydiving couple over Cushing - photo by Ana Branca, licenced under Creative Commons 2.0CR risk and materiality

This course will help to prioritise your most important CR activities and bring more clarity to the risk and opportunities present in Corporate Responsibility.


Engaged employeesEngaging employees through CR

This course looks at how to use Corporate Responsibility to engage your employees and how to use engaged employees to embed your Corporate Responsibility.


A woman at a social enterpriseIntroduction to community investment

Business in the Community has developed this course to support companies in their progression along the Community Investment journey.


A consumer in a supermarketSustainable Business Models course

BITC's Sustainable Business Models course provides insights into the sustainability challenge and how this will impact your marketplace now and in the future, examining factors such as global megatrends, supply chain collaboration and the role of customers.


Other courses

The following course is not currently scheduled to run, but can be delivered if there is sufficient interest.  Please see the individual course page for contact details.


The business case for being a responsible business coverBuilding the business case for being a responsible business

This workshop will equip you with the tools required to drive the change needed to deliver your CR initiative. A mixture of CR theory, practical tools, techniques, case studies and guest speakers are used to illustrate methods to achieve change and integrate corporate responsibility.