Advanced Environmental, Social and Governance

Course Information:

Online 30 hours Flexi-date£3,750.00
In-House Agreed with client FlexiblePOA
London 10 days 26 February 2024£6,450
London 10 days 27 May 2024£6,450
London 10 days 25 November 2024£6,450

If you are unable to attend this course on the dates above, please contact us to discuss alternative options.
Please note that prices shown above are exclusive of VAT (20%).

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    Who should attend?

      • Heads of sustainable development
      • Corporate Affairs managers and officers
      • ESG managers and officers
      • Corporate strategists
      • Community Relations managers and officers
      • HR, Administration and Environmental managers concerned with ESG planning and implementation
      • Procurement managers involved in responsible sourcing initiatives
      • Project managers responsible for developing and implementing ESG projects
      • Managers and officers involved in non-financial corporate reporting
      • Communications managers and officers responsible for internal and external reporting on sustainability
      • Internal auditors concerned with Environmental, Social and Governance risks


      • Understand how Environmental, Social and Governance is important in the public and private sectors
      • Apply ESG best practices to organisational programmes and projects
      • Develop and improve their community relations activities
      • Interpret the impact of ESG on the reputation of the organisation
      • Plan, initiate or improve ESG programmes
      • Report on their sustainability programmes
      • Identify the links between business ethics, Environmental, Social and Governance and Corporate Governance


    What is ESG and Why Does it Matter?

      • The pressure for change
      • The Legal Background of ESG
      • Company directors’ obligations and ESG
      • Voluntary measures
      • Is ESG “Just Public Relations”?
      • ESG and corporate governance links

    Best practice in ESG –Corporate Approaches on the Key Topics

      • Codes of Practice
      • Dealing with communities
      • ESG and employees
      • Managing suppliers responsibly
      • Responsible client relations
      • Corporate Responsibility and the environment

    The Business Case for ESG

      • The Strategic Imperatives involved in ESG
      • What is a business case?
      • USING tools to build the business case
      • Identifying and Managing ESG risks
      • The public procurement challenges from ESG
      • Getting and maintaining corporate support and approval

    Changing the Organisation to include ESG

      • Developing the ESG corporate vision
      • Setting our ESG strategic SMART objectives
      • Identifying and Managing affected stakeholders
      • How leaders make ESG happen
      • The key steps to make the ESG change effective

    Developing and Implementing the ESG plan

      • What should be in the ESG plan?
      • Communicating the plan
      • Piloting the plan
      • Overcoming objections
      • Measuring impact and results
      • Auditing and reviewing ESG performance
      • Reporting on ESG

    Sustainability in Purchasing

      • Managing a responsible Supply Chain
      • The Ethical Trading Initiative Base Code
      • Combating child labour in manufacturing
      • Controlling contractor abuses in construction
      • Maintaining ethical standards
      • Diversity in the supply chain
      • Conflict minerals policies

    Community Relations and Environmental Sustainability

      • Working effectively with host communities
      • Managing sensitive issues including payments and relocation
      • Building successful community projects
      • Assessing social and environmental risk
      • Managing operations sustainably
      • Case studies on community relations

    ESG Standards and Reporting

      • Sustainability Reporting frameworks
      • The Global Reporting Initiative
      • UN Global Compact
      • International Labour Organisation instruments
      • ISO 26000
      • How to report your ESG progress
      • Model examples and class exercise using GRI Sustainability Reporting

    ESG Perspectives

      • The politics of ESG
      • Creating shared value
      • Ethical consumerism
      • “Greenwashing”
      • ESG and tax avoidance
      • Applying Environmental, Social and Governance in non-corporate organisations
      • Future requirements for corporate responsibility

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