Why participate in a SMETA Foundation Workshop?
The purpose of this SMETA Foundation Workshop is to familiarise participants with the:
- SMETA Best Practice Guidance
- Measurement Criteria
- Report and CAPR
and to inform participants on how the Sedex resources can support the SMETA audit.
It will not be teaching participants how to conduct a social audit and for this reason, participants must pre-qualify for the workshop with proof of some social auditing experience.
This 1-day interactive workshop is designed to give an understanding of SMETA audit methodology and will benefit those auditors who require refresher training or who are new to SMETA methodology including in-house auditors. It is also designed for staff working in Social Compliance, Ethical Trade or Technical roles who wish to improve their knowledge of SMETA methodology.
No formal entry requirements. However, the workshop is not intended to replace any formal training in social auditing skills and therefore candidates must pre-qualify for the workshop with proof of social auditing knowledge or awareness.
The specific objectives of the Foundation Workshop are:
• Develop a foundation knowledge of the materials and guidelines needed to conduct a SMETA audit.
• Increase awareness of the specific requirements of the SMETA audit methodology.
• Practice completing a SMETA audit report and CAPR.
Your course fee includes:
• Course Binder and Notes
• Lunch and Refreshments
• SEDEX Certificate of Attendance
The course tutor is Wendy Ingrey, a practicing and experienced social auditor who is licensed by Sedex to deliver the SMETA Methodology Foundation Workshop. Wendy is an independent auditor and is one of the team that carries out audits on behalf of Verner Wheelock.
COURSE TITLE: SMETA METHODOLOGY FOUNDATION WORKSHOP
COST: £475 + VAT
DURATION: 1 Day
LOCATION: Peterborough, UK
NEXT COURSE DATE: Tues Sep 15 2015 – 9.15 am – 5.00 pm
Contact Graham or Carole on 01756 700802 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details or to book.