this course can be delivered as a as a classroom or realtime remote learning option
This one day IEMA & CPD course is specially designed to train a broader team of professionals across the organisation to hit the ground running with sustainability action using the new GRI Standards update (2021)
IEMA & CPD Certified Course* - Geared for busy professionals
It is geared for busy professionals who want to understand how to proceed and create a 1st Class GRI Standards Sustainability Report and have a plan for immediate sustainability action without wasting time.
What will I learn?
7 GRI sustainability disclosures get you started. Practical learning on how any size business can start taking sustainability action. Begin taking immediately ESG/ Sustainability action and prepare your strategy with an all-round report using the GRI Standards as an umbrella framework.
- investor and other key stakeholder needs
- the Sustainable Development Goals
- the EU Directive for Non-Financial Reporting
- Stock Exchange ESG Rules
- other frameworks /regulations
- Explain the purpose and structure of the GRI Standards
- Identify the key concepts and reporting principles for reporting in accordance with the GRI Standards
- Describe the process for identifying impacts and determining material topics
- Gain practical knowledge on the application of the GRI Standards via local case studies and exercises
Good command of the English language.
7:55 London time
Part 1. Overview of the GRI Standards
1.1 Introductions & Learning Objectives
1.2 1st-Class sustainability reporting
1.3 Structure of GRI Standards
1.4 GRI Standards 2021: Updates and Key Points
PART 2 - How To Start Your Reporting Process
2.1 How to apply the in-accordance requirements
2.2 Template to Start Reporting Asap
2.3 How to apply the reporting principles
2.4 How to report general disclosures
2.4.1 Decision making structure
2.5 How to streamline the reporting process
2.6 Declutter and present reported information
PART 3 - Double (principled) Materiality
3.1 What is double materiality
3.2 Four steps to determining your material topics
3.3 How to clearly depict where impacts occur in the organisation’s Value Chain:
3.3.1 Take targeted action
3.3.2 Due Diligence
PART 4 - Benchmarking exercise
4.1 Benchmarking exercise with relevant sector sample reports vs organisation’s report
PART 5 - Conclusion: Your plan of action exercise
5.2 FBRH plan to prepare the organisation’s Sustainability Report
11 Step FBRH Practical plan of action
5.3 What’s next?
14:30 London time
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