InnoTrain CSR

Companies more and more tend to orientate on business responsibility (CSR) and thereby create business opportunities. Moreover, a credible and sustainable CSR concept covers all functions within the company. But missing CSR knowledge and practical skills are often the crucial points not to engage more into business responsibility. Therefore, "InnoTrain CSR" aims to provide practice-oriented and flexible formats to involve all employees in vocational education and training. The transfer of a comprehensive range of 80 modules in the CSR compendium of the project can be done customized to the individual needs of companies. Additionally, 4 educational films provided on this website show how companies already deal with CSR successfully.

"InnoTrain CSR" is an invitation from project partners in Germany, Great Britain, Hungary and Portugal to use business skills and power for socially responsible practices and sustainable development. Our special focus is to strengthen CSR knowledge in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). From 2009 - 2011 we are working on this project supported by Leonardo da Vinci, a program of the European Commission.

Project partners of "InnoTrain CSR" are:

  • Gewerbe- und Innovationszentrum Lippe-Detmold GILDE GmbH, Detmold
  • Arbeitsgemeinschaft Partnerschaft in der Wirtschaft AGP e.V., Kassel
  • Deutsche Angestellten-Akademie DAA, Dresden
  • German-British Chamber of Industry and Commerce, London
  • German-Hungarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Budapest
  • CECOA - Centro de Formacao Profissional para o Comercio e Afins, Lisbon    

Project material is provided on www.csr-training.eu

More than 80 modules in 8 chapters have been designed to cover the variety of CSR from its conception and history, facts and figures, the interfaces and topics, strategies and action fields, communication and implementation plus lots of good practices from all over Europe.

Additionally, 4 educational films provided on this website show how companies already deal with CSR successfully.

The content will be free for any kind of use in further education and available in German, English, Hungarian and Portuguese.