Principles and Practices of Business and Human Rights – Micro-credential at TCD

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This Principles and Practices of Business and Human Rights – Micro-credential at TCD is aimed at middle, senior managers and board members of corporations and SME’s operating in Ireland, including firms in professional services, manufacturing, finance, ICT and related supplier industries who wish to accelerate their ESG performance and be better able to demonstrate compliance in that their global supply chains and operations do not infringe human rights.

This course will be of relevance to Sustainability and CSR managers, Community Affairs Directors, Corporate Affairs Directors, and will have information relevant to managers across diverse functions – including finance, accounting, legal and compliance, procurement, human resources, and external affairs.

This Principles and Practices of Business and Human Rights – Micro-credential at TCD

Over the next 24 months the European Commission will introduce regulations and directives to deepen the responsibility of all companies including SMEs to show that their global supply chains and operations do not infringe human rights.

By completing this program participants will gain the knowledge to facilitate and accelerate the ESG performance of their individual organizations and enhance their professional competencies through an in-depth focus on the evolving Business & Human Rights standards and protocols and how these may be embedded into the strategy and operations of firms and industries.

Next available start date: March 8th 202

Trinity College Dublin, located in the heart of Dublin city, is steeped in scholarly and national history. Today it remains Ireland’s highest ranked university and within the world’s top one hundred. TCD provides an excellent variety of courses throughout areas in the Arts and Humanities, Business, Law, Engineering, Science and Health Sciences.

Over 17,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students from Ireland and across the world attend the illustrious university. And there is a good reason for the huge attraction to Trinity as it has produced some of the world’s greatest minds such as Samuel Becket, Oscar Wilde and former Irish president, Mary Robinson. Trinity College Dublin prides itself on continuing this tradition by offering the finest third level education to students and propel them onto becoming the next great leader, writer, artist, scientist and most importantly, thinker.

Along with TCD’s grand selection of on campus undergraduate and postgraduate courses, the university also provides Online Education and CPD programmes. Prosperous students can apply for Free Online Courses now as the Department of Online Education in 2016 have teamed with Futurelearn to issue three major free online courses – (MOOCS) in Irish History, Successful Ageing and Exercise Prescription. This allows students who might be working full-time or at a geographical disadvantage to attend Trinity College Dublin virtually.

Situated on College Green, Trinity is close to all the vibrant culture and entertainment Ireland’s capital has to offer. Museums, galleries, restaurants, live music, cinema are all walking distance from the beautiful campus grounds. Public transport to anywhere in the country surrounds the university, allowing students to take a break from study to explore Ireland and enrich their life experience. Not to mention the tremendous historical aura within Trinity itself, most notably the Book of Kells. TCD provides the best opportunities for students for their future careers and worldview.


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