Our solution-oriented training programs are designed to provide practical tools, skills, and knowledge to build controls into everyday business practices.
Our programs help bridge gaps in systems and processes, overcome implementation obstacles, deepen commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) values, create sustainable improvements, and empower workers to participate in solutions. We provide training to facility staff, brand CSR staff, and auditors throughout the year, all over the world.
Our live and on-line curriculum includes:
Lead Auditor Investigative Skills
UK Modern Slavery Act Awareness and Skills Series for Auditors, Commercial Teams, and Suppliers
Code of Conduct and Special Issues for Suppliers
Worker Participation and Empowerment Programs
Life Skills for Workers (in-person and online)
Forced Labor & Human Trafficking (in-person and online)
Verité Systems Approach (VSA) for Brands, Suppliers, and Auditors
Problem Solving and Decision Making
Red Flagging for Buyers
RBA (formerly EICC) Code of Interpretation (online)
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RBA (formerly EICC) Labor & Ethics Lead Auditor Course
This is CQI – IRCA certified course 1749.
Open for Registration
January 7-11, 2019 Shenzhen, China (in Mandarin)
February 11-15, 2019 TBD, Malaysia (in English)
March 25-29, 2019 TBD, Japan (in English)
Coming Soon for 2019
- Shenzhen, China (in Mandarin)
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The RBA (formerly EICC) Code Standards: Labor, Ethics and Management System
This interactive course ‘unpacks’ the 60 audit criteria making up the labor, ethics, and management system pillars of the RBA Code.
Two Free Introductory E-Learning Courses
For those who want to increase their knowledge of supply chain accountability, we offer two free courses on:
Pentland Brands are very pleased to have worked with Verité in the design and delivery of our global Modern Slavery training. Engaging people and cultures worldwide requires a partner with global reputation, experience and reach. Verité ticked all the boxes.
Since 2002, Verité has partnered with EILEEN FISHER to train their factory workers in China on how to participate in improving workplace conditions. Verité’s staff and subject matter experts facilitate on-site workshops engaging factory workers in interactive sessions on a variety of topics including China labor law, workplace health and safety, and elective modules on health, hygiene, and social skills. The training program educates workers on their labor and human rights, and empowers them to exercise those rights. Along with providing training for factory workers, Verité also provides training workshops for EILEEN FISHER factory managers in China. In order to encourage collaboration, these trainings typically bring all managers to a single site in Shenzhen, China. The workshops cover subjects ranging from environmental sustainability to factory management systems to EILEEN FISHER workplace values.
Electronics Industry Citizenship Coalition
Verité developed, and since 2010 has been the exclusive globally certified trainer for, the Electronics Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) Labor & Ethics Lead Auditor Training course. The course provides participants with the competencies necessary to successfully perform EICC Labor & Ethics Validated Audit Process (VAP) audits. The highly interactive five-day workshop covers social systems auditing, investigative skills, management systems, validation, and reporting. Included in the course is an online self-study module covering the background and context of the EICC program, common labor issues, compliance and legal standards, and other knowledge content.
Verité’s web-based Worker Training Center currently offers 10 cartoon- and live video-format modules, bilingually in Chinese and English, on labor and life skills topics. These modules, providing workers with knowledge and channels to resolve workplace issues and protect their own health and safety, feature recurring characters who, through humor and personal charm, highlight issues and solutions in everyday factory situations. More information can be found here. The content development was generously supported by a grant from The Walt Disney Company.