For these reasons, we have integrated our accredited auditor requirements with the Association of Professional Social Compliance Auditors (APSCA), which ensures auditor proficiency through the learning, testing, and credentialing of social compliance auditors. All of our auditors are APSCA accredited under one of its two proficiency levels: Associate Social Compliance Auditor (ASCA) and Certified Social Compliance Auditor (CSCA).

WRAP training requirements:


To be accredited to perform WRAP audits as a lead auditor, an auditor must be employed full-time by a WRAP accredited monitoring firm. Additionally, they must also be an APSCA CSCA and have completed WRAP’s “Two-Day Bridge Training” course.


To be accredited to perform WRAP audits as an audit team member working with a lead auditor, an auditor must be employed full-time by a WRAP accredited monitoring firm and they must be an APSCA ASCA. Additionally, they must successfully complete WRAP’s “Five-Day Auditor Training” course.

Five-Day Auditor Training

This five-day course qualifies auditors to take part in WRAP audits alongside a lead monitor. It is conducted by full-time, experienced trainers and social systems auditors with a wealth of practical knowledge.

Two-Day Bridge Training

This two-day course bridges the divide between being an APSCA CSCA and a WRAP-accredited lead auditor. It introduces our program, including an overview of the audit process and relevant documentation. It also breaks down WRAP’s 12 Principles as they relate to distinct audit requirements. 

One-Day Refresher Training

All WRAP-accredited auditors must undergo a refresher training every two years. This half-day course reviews program updates and addresses emerging social compliance issues.

CTPAT Training

The Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) is a program of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. WRAP supports production facility compliance with CTPAT program requirements that protect the supply chain, identify security gaps, and facilitate the implementation of effective preventive measures.

Introduction to ESG

Many companies are moving forward with formal environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives. These programs usually identify specific goals and track (and in some cases report on) their progress.

WRAP Awareness Programs

Our general awareness trainings introduce current and prospective stakeholders to our social compliance program.