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FBRH 2-day GRI Standards Certified Training Course.

LONDON LSE • Thu 7 – Fri 8 Dec 2017 – Certified CSR/ Sustainability Course – FBRH 2-day GRI Standards Certified Training Course

 

FBRH GRI Standards Certified Course – approved by IEMA 

CSR/ Sustainability Course
Venue: London School of Economics

FBRH Consultants is a Certified Training Partner of The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and an Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA) Training Centre.

 

Learn how Today’s Best-Run Companies are achieving Economic, Social and Environmental Success – and How You Can Too…

It is no coincidence that 80% of the world’s largest 250 companies report using the GRI Standards. Highly adaptable, the GRI Guidelines are often used in combination with other international initiatives and frameworks, with alliances and synergies committing GRI to joint activity with partner organizations.

 

 

 

This training will help you:
  • Learn about the GRI Standards.
  • Conduct a materiality assessment. Identify your company’s most important impacts on the environment and key stakeholders (i.e. stakeholders that can hold your company back or stop it from reaching its objectives).
  • Conduct stakeholder engagement. Why engage with stakeholders? Identify and prioritize stakeholders. What and how to ask.
  • Develop report content.
  • Manage assurance procedures.
  • Communicate, through the report, your company’s positive contribution to the world. Why communication, based on the solid foundation of a CSR/Sustainability report prepared responsibly, is so important.


Register online for the next FBRH 2-day GRI Standards Certified Training Course

The next FBRH 2-day GRI Standards Certified Training Course will take place at the London School of Economics at Lincoln’s Fields. Click here to register.

 

Venue details – London School of Economics (LSE) – Lincoln’s Inn Fields Building

The building is located on the south side of Lincoln’s Inn Fields at the junction with Serle Street and enjoys views over London’s largest garden square that has been designed to achieve a BREEAM “very good” rating. As a destination, the LSE’s 32 Lincoln’s Inn Fields Building is easily accessible by train, the underground, bus and car. The closest underground stations are Holborn and Covent Garden. Click here to find out more.

 

FBRH 2-day GRI Standards Certified Training Course

  • All participants who have successfully completed the FBRH 2-day GRI Standards Certified Training Course gain the knowledge and skills needed to begin and complete their reporting process.
  • FBRH has specifically developed many hands-on exercises, for participants to apply what they have just learned to their company. These exercises are followed by discussion, clarification of various issues and guidance.
  • All slides and a course booklet are given to each participant in hard copy.
  • With the successful completion of the FBRH 2-day GRI Standards Certified Training Course, a certificate of attendance is awarded directly from GRI.

 

Free FBRH online mock exam – Exclusive for FBRH GRI Certified Training Participants*

Because the learning in the FBRH 2-day GRI Standards Certified Training Course is intense, we strive to help participants, at no further cost, reinforce the knowledge they have gained during the seminar and begin their reporting process as soon as this is possible, with no further assistance. This is why we are developing the FBRH multiple choice mock exam.

  • Participants will be able to take this 90-minute online mock exam (60 questions randomly selected out of 190) as many times as they wish.
  • Test results are provided, so participants can see their progress.

* The Free FBRH mock exam is not part of the GRI-Certified course. No certificate is awarded by FBRH. The FBRH online mock exam will be a good tool for participants in the FBRH 2-day GRI Standards Certified course to reinforce the knowledge they have gained during the seminar.

 

No quibble Course Guarantee – Repeat the 2-day FBRH GRI Standards Certified Course for free

We are confident that once you have completed the 2-day FBRH GRI Standards Certified Course you will be able to begin ASAP your GRI Standards based sustainability report.

As shown above, our post course online evaluation survey has consistently shown that:

  • The course’s knowledge toolbox with hands-on exercises was very helpful (100%)
  • Participants are confident that they can start their reporting journey with the use of the GRI Standards (97.5%)

If for any reason you feel that you need to repeat the course you can do so at no further cost.

 

 

 

 

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Global Reporting Initiative (GRI): the Gold Standard in Reporting

Key facts

  • 80% of the world’s 250 largest companies issue Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports using GRI’s Sustainability Reporting Standards
  • GRI has global strategic partnerships with the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, the United Nations Environment Programme and the United Nations Global Compact, with its Standards enjoying synergies with the guidance of the International Finance Corporation, the International Organization for Standardization’s ISO 26000, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development and the Earth Charter Initiative.
  • Under the terms of a Memorandum of Understanding signed in 2010, the UN Global Compact adopts the GRI Standards as the recommended reporting framework for companies to communicate on progress made.
  • GRI is focused on taking action on what matters where it matters: companies identify their impacts on the environment and stakeholders, measure, set targets, take action to minimize their negative impacts and increase their positive impacts, report the outcomes in their CSR report.
  • A total of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) were developed to address the massive economic, social and environmental challenges our planet faces. The “SDG Compass – The guide for business action on the SDGs” (developed by the Global Reporting Initiative, the UN Global Compact and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development) explains how the SDGs affect your business – offering you the tools and knowledge to put sustainability at the heart of your strategy.

 

 

 

 

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