Sustainability reporting helps organizations to become more responsible, accountable and contribute effectively to sustainable development; to engage with stakeholders and build corporate reputation. To prepare and publish a report needs more than data, wording and editing.
Date: 29-30. September 2016 + on-line exercise
Location: Hungary, Budapest (1133 Budapest, Váci út 92. Kinnarps House)
Participation fee: 750 EURO + VAT (27%), which includes printed training material, coffee breaks, lunch, exam fee, licence fee, but does not include travelling, parking or accommodation fee.
- 550 EURO + VAT (27%) For NGOs, teachers, students, SMEs (<50 employees) and for companies that delegate more participants than 1 person
- 10% Early bird discount if registering until 5th September
- 10% for companies who are members of our partner organizations e.g. BCSDH member (full partner list available on sd-reporting-training.webnode.hu)
Capturing key topics and developments, the 16-hour training provides a holistic overview of sustainability reporting, from G4 requirements and developments to practical information and conclusions.
The training provides a general overview on the reporting process and areas:
- starting with basic definitions (what is sustainability),
- the reporting process (what is reporting, how to measure sustainability, GRI principles and indicators), also
- concrete reporting dilemmas (printed or online, which target group, how to communicate it effectively, how to prioritize issues etc.).
Former training participants evaluated the training as practical, professional, creative and open minded event, which gave them every day help although to prepare their first report or develop already existing reporting practices.
Sustainability reporting is a continually evolving practice that interacts with local and global developments. Thousands of organizations worldwide produce sustainability reports, and more and more develop their reporting process to gain benefits. Assurance and integrated reports are among key challenges on a global level, stakeholder engagement, materiality and successful publishing and dissemination on national levels.
Reporting is an internal learning process contributing the sustainable and organizational development, and a communication tool to build and strengthen reputation and stakeholder relationships. The relationship between data, an organization’s sustainability, performance and its ability to communicate material information to stakeholders is among key challenges – and this training will give useful insights and day to day recommendations to tackle them.
More information you can find here: http://sd-reporting-training.webnode.hu/
The registration sheet you can find here: Registration_G4_September2016
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