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Ganesh Kumar
Banglore, India
Anamaria Bosma
Vera Spender Koubek
London, England
Mansi Jain
Utrecht, The Netherlands
Passant Awadallah
Cairo, Egypt

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Gain deeper knowledge on sustainability reporting practices using the most popular ESG Reporting Frameworks and standards. The Sustainability Reporting Practitioner course is designed for sustainability professionals who want to expand their understanding of sustainability reporting concepts and practices. The course explains the four most popular global sustainability reporting standards and their similarities and differences and broadly explains how to use these standards.

In this course you will learn:

  • Sustainability and Its challenges

  • What is Sustainability Reporting

  • COVID-19 and its impacts on Sustainability Reporting

  • Different Sustainability Reporting Standards

    • GRI​

    • IR

    • CDP

    • SASB

    • TCFD

  • Post Assessment (80% passing score)


Delivered via: Self Paced eLearning

Duration: Approx 2.5 Hours

Regarding GRI Standards

This is a self paced, Instructor Led Course

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Shivani Rajpal  (Instructor)

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Learn about the most widely used global sustainability reporting standard through the GRI Reporting Practitioner course. This course starts with an explanation of the work of sustainability leaders in the field of sustainability reporting. Further, you gain a more in-depth knowledge of the process of using the GRI Standards, including the main concepts such as stakeholder engagement and materiality analysis. 

In this course you will learn:

  • The structure of GRI Standards

  • Process of reporting using GRI Standards

    • Applying the GRI Reporting Principles​

    • Reporting General Disclosures

    • Identifying material topics 

    • Reporting on material topics

    • Presenting the information to report

  • Post Assessment (80% passing score)



Delivered via: Self Paced eLearning

Duration: Approx 1.5 Hours


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The program leads to learning outcomes identified by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC)

that support leading practice in integrated reporting. The program has been developed in accordance with the official <IR> Competence Matrix.

Learn how to communicate concisely about your company's strategy, governance, performance, and prospects in a way that reflects the commercial, social, and environmental context within which it operates.

In the Integrated Reporting Practitioner training course, you will learn about the concept of how an organization creates, preserves, or erodes value over time and the different capitals that it interacts with. Further, you will understand the seven Guiding Principles and the eight Content Elements in the International <IR> Framework. Overall, you will go through all the requirements to be in accordance with the <IR> Framework.


After completing this part, you will be able to:


  • Describe the IIRC, its purpose, mission, vision and structure

  • Describe the drivers behind the development of integrated reporting

  • Describe the objectives and structure of the International Integrated Reporting Framework

  • Explain the terms integrated reporting, integrated thinking and integrated report and the relationship between them

  • Describe the place of integrated reporting within the wider statutory, regulatory and voluntary reporting landscape

  • Explain the benefits of adopting integrated reporting

  • Explain the differences and similarities between integrated reporting and other forms of reporting

  • Describe the main users of an integrated report



Delivered via: Self Paced eLearning

Duration: Approx 3 Hours


Learn about the climate-related risks and opportunities and how to report on them through the TCFD Practitioner course. This course starts by providing a background on the evolution of TCFD, its benefits, and the structure of the recommendations. It then goes into the details of the TCFD recommendations within the four core elements - Governance, Strategy, Risk Management, and Metrics and Targets. Each core element and the recommended disclosures include case studies and examples to enhance the learning experience.

In this course you will learn:

  • Evolution of TCFD

  • Benefits of TCFD

  • Recommendations by TCFD

  • The core elements of recommended climate-related financial disclosures

  • Structure of TCFD recommendations

  • Principles for effective disclosures

  • Scenarios for identifying and assessing the potential implications of future states under conditions of uncertainty

  • Recommended disclosures 

  • Post Assessment (80% passing score)


Delivered via: Self Paced eLearning

Duration: Approx 1.5 Hours

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Learn about CDP and how to measure and manage environmental impacts through participation in CDP's climate change, forests, and water security questionnaires. With the largest data set on corporate and city action, the world's economy looks to CDP as the gold standard for environmental reporting. This course starts by providing a background on climate change, the work of CDP, and its vision and mission. It then goes into the details of the key themes and boundary setting. Thereafter, the Climate change questionnaire structure and details are explained through practical examples of how organizations respond to the critical parts of the questionnaire. The course ends with an explanation of the scoring methodology of CDP and practical tips for organizations to keep in mind while responding to the CDP questionnaires.

In this course you will learn:

  • Why climate change is a global concern.

  • The vision and mission of CDP and why it is needed.

  • The structure of CDP.

  • The organizational breadth of the CDP

  • The key themes and mapping opportunities of CDP

  • The importance of greenhouse gases accounting

  • The boundary setting related to greenhouse gases accounting

  • The different sections and categorization of the climate change questionnaire

  • The different CDP scoring principles and their categories

  • Post Assessment (80% passing score)


Delivered via: Self Paced eLearning

Duration: Approx 1 Hour 15 mins



Expand your knowledge of SDGs through the SDGs Reporting Practioner course by learning about the six steps to guide you in SDG reporting. This course starts with an explanation of the SDGs and their targets. Further, it provides information on why the SDGs matter for businesses, their role in achieving them, and the possible challenges faced. The course provides six practical steps, including company examples, that businesses can follow in SDG reporting.

In this course you will learn:

  • What are SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals)​

  • What are the targets mentioned under the SDGs?​

  • Why SDGs matter for business​

  • What are the opportunities that SDGs provide to us?​

  • What role can we play in achieving them?​

  • What challenges do companies face in addressing the SDGs?​

  • How can SDGs be used in setting business priorities?​

  • How to report on the SDGs​?

    • Six steps to guide you in SDG reporting​

  • Examples of companies that have efficiently shown how they contribute to the SDGs​

  • Post Assessment (80% passing score)


Delivered via: Self Paced eLearning

Duration: Approx 1.5 Hours

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Enhance your understanding of the concept of circular economy through the Circular Economy Practitioner course. The course is designed for professionals who want to gain knowledge on circular economy principles and their understanding of how to implement these principles in the context of their organization. The course provides case studies on how different organizations have adopted the circular economy concepts.

In this course you will learn:

  • 2 types of economies

  • Disadvantages of a Linear Economy

  • Principles of the Circular Economy

  • Building blocks of the Circular Economy

  • Case Studies on how businesses are adopting Circular Economy

  • ​Barriers to the  implementation of a Circular Economy

  • What are the Circular Gap report and Circulytics tool?

  • Post Assessment (80% passing score)


Delivered via: Self Paced eLearning

Duration: Approx 1.5 Hours



The AA1000AP (2018) is an internationally accepted, principles-based framework that guides organizations through the process of identifying, prioritizing, and responding to sustainability challenges, with the goal of improving long-term performance. This practitioner-level course will detail how to apply the fundamentals of sustainability management rooted in the AccountAbility Principles of Inclusivity, Materiality, Responsiveness, and Impact.


In this course you will learn:


  • Evolution of AA1000 Series of Standards

  • Value of Sustainability Management

  • How AA1000AP supports Sustainability Management in organizations

  • The Four AccountAbility Principles

  • How they are interrelated

  • How to apply the principles


Delivered via: Self Paced eLearning

Duration: Approx 1.5 Hours

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