Together with our Southeast Asian GRI Certified Training partner, NCSR – we are proud to have trained over 160 participants in Singapore. We remain committed to helping participants navigate through the landscape of corporate reporting, and aim to continue contributing to capacity building in the area of sustainability in Singapore.
About this training
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)’s guidelines are the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting disclosures. This GRI-certified training is based on the GRI Standards, which were released in late 2016.
This training course will be delivered through a two-day intensive workshop in Singapore. The focus of the GRI Standards is Materiality – reporting on the most relevant impacts to the organisation and its stakeholders. By identifying and reporting on their most significant impacts, companies can produce more strategic, focused, credible and user-friendly reports.
This training course is conducted by the National Centre for Sustainability Reporting (NCSR), in partnership with Corporate Citizenship.
Exclusive Best Practice Workshop for all registered participants (Date to be confirmed)
On top of the 16 hours of training, Corporate Citizenship is also offering an exclusive half-day Global Best Practice workshop for all participants.
Details of the Training:
- 21-22 August 2019 (Register here)
Click here to download the training brochure.
If you have any questions, please contact our Singapore office at +65 6822 2203 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What makes Corporate Citizenship the right training partner?
Established in 1997, Corporate Citizenship is one of the longest standing firms specialising in corporate responsibility and sustainability. We have worked with over 300 companies, including several FTSE100 and Fortune 500 companies. Corporate Citizenship has been delivering GRI-certified Training in London and Singapore* for a number of years. In Singapore, we have since trained over 200 individuals on sustainability reporting.
*with our GRI certified training partner NCSR
To find out more about our work in reporting, visit https://corporate-citizenship.com/service/reportin…
Testimonials from some of our participants:
“With case studies, role play exercises, and 2 full days of GRI syllabus, this intensive course has both breadth and sufficient depth covered at a comfortable pace.” Leong Chia Jang, Worley Parsons
“The GRI training by Corporate Citizenship gave me valuable insight in the reporting journey and even more important: It helped me to ask the right questions, navigate risks and utilise the benefits of a sustainability report to a greater extent.” Regula von Buren, Energy Research Institute @ NTU
“The GRI Training was a great opportunity to learn not only from the expert trainers, but from peers across industries. Discussions were dynamic and yielded useful insights for everyone.” Aldo Joson, RGEI
Over the past 20 years, Corporate Citizenship has helped over 130 companies with their sustainability reports.
Who should attend this training?
This training course is suitable for organisations which are both new to sustainability reporting, and those which are seasoned at reporting and wish to understand the latest GRI Standards.
The course is also not restricted to reporting professionals; representatives from other business disciplines and areas such as professionals managing CSR, communications, strategy, human resources, environment health and safety (EHS) and marketing will all benefit from the outcomes and learnings which this course will bring.
Will I receive a certificate after I attend this training?
Yes, upon successful completion of the training, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance from GRI, as well as from NCSR. You will also be eligible to attend the GRI Standards Exam.
Candidates who undertake this exam and pass will be certified as sustainability reporting specialists under GRI. For more information on the exam, click here.
About the trainers
Thomas Milburn is the Associate Director of Corporate Citizenship South East Asia, based in Singapore. He has spent the last decade advising and working with large global companies in different industry sectors to tackle sustainability challenges and create long-term value for business and society.
Jessica Hanafi is a Board Member of the Indonesian Life Cycle Assessment Network (ILCAN) and a Sustainability Report Assessor and Trainer of the National Center for Sustainability Reporting (NCSR). She holds a PhD in Manufacturing Engineering and Management from the University of New South Wales, Australia.
About our partner
The National Center for Sustainability Reporting (NCSR) is an independent organization which promotes and disseminates GRI Standards in the region. NCSR is an Organizational Stakeholder of the GRI since 2006 and a GRI certified training partner in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines since 2011.