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Apprenticeship training course

Corporate responsibility and sustainability practitioner (level 4)

Be a social conscience for the organisation, helping innovate and drive ambitions for social and environmental change.

Qualification level
4
Equivalent to higher national certificate (HNC).
Typical duration
36 months
Apprenticeship category
Business and administration
Maximum funding
£14,000
Maximum amount government will fund
for apprenticeship training.
Also known as
  • Community Investment Coordinator
  • Corporate citizenship administrator
  • Corporate Citizenship Administrator
  • Corporate responsibility (cr) administrator
  • Corporate Responsibility (CR) Administrator
  • Corporate social responsibility (csr)
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Administrator
  • Environmental social governance (esg)
  • Environmental Social Governance (ESG) Administrator
  • Philanthropy Coordinator
  • Responsible business coordinator
  • Responsible Business Coordinator
  • Social Impact Administrator
  • Sustainability coordinator
  • Sustainability Coordinator
Skills
Skills an apprentice will learn
  • Select and implement project management and planning tools applicable to the type of project/ campaign lifecycle.
  • Assess the effectiveness of change and identify opportunities to improve outcomes, guiding and supporting others to deliver results.
  • Balance own CR&S workload to prioritise competing demands and achieve key performance indicators.
  • Utilise strengths of internal organisational structures to help build self-sustaining CR&S populations.
  • Tailor approach to maintaining new/existing external stakeholder relationships to achieve progress on plans (e.g objectives, key initiatives and shared interests).
  • Contribute to the negotiation of external CR&S projects of mutual benefit.
  • Adopt a communication method that takes account of the audience and is suitable for the circumstances.
  • Recommend opportunities for external engagement, articulating the mutual benefits and risks.
  • Contribute to written reports on CR&S performance in line with organisational requirements.
  • Contribute to the drafting of the CR&S strategy.
  • Adjust leadership style to achieve results, having regard to the needs of the individual/teams involved.
  • Select data that is relevant to the CR&S issue being considered.
  • Analyse data to form evidence-based conclusions on CR&S performance.
  • Deliver CR&S events in accordance with contractual arrangements.
  • Quality assure own and others work in accordance with organisational requirements
  • Contribute to reporting externally on CR&S Strategy and delivery in line with industry and legislative requirements.
  • Identify own organisations CR&S opportunities and threats. Escalate risks within own organisation when needed.
  • Research the CR&S landscape, escalating best practice opportunities within own organisation.
  • Apply management techniques needed to deliver CR&S projects within budget.
  • Train colleagues in CR&S techniques, tailoring the learning style to the circumstances.
  • Identify and deliver initiatives that may raise funds for CR&S projects.
  • Identify and apply relevant IT solutions to CR&S issues.

Full information on Corporate responsibility and sustainability practitioner (level 4) is available from the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education.

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