The Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE), following Europe’s engagement in developing and enhancing business strategies though CSR frameworks, delivered on the 25th & 26th of April, 2013 for the first time the Certified Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner in London.
The 2 day training approved by IEMA, was delivered with great success and attended by leading professionals from Environmental Managers to Communication Officers from a variety of sectors and organizations such as Unilever, Oxford City Council, University of British Columbia and White Stuff Foundation. The outcomes left all delegates with exclusive learning opportunities about Corporate Social Responsibility Strategies, CR legislation, and Sustainability Reporting. The training’s diversity besides proving the significance of CSR within all sectors it also acted as a melting pot and raised different views and best practices about the utilization of CSR initiatives.
Consequently, theregion’s professionals, engaged in making CSR vision reality, broaden their horizons and in turn will further expand CSR within their organizations culture. CSE Sustainability Practitioners are making a substantial difference in implementing sustainability to enhance financial and non-financial performances of organizations. Specifically, more than 400 Sustainability Practitioners from 5 continents and over 30 countries have received this qualification and as a result, career progression.
The next Certified Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner in London will be delivered on the 17 & 18th of October, 2013! You can register now here, or contact Aglaia Ntili – Global Training & Partnership Manager for further information.
CSE is a global Sustainability (CSR) strategic consulting and training organization providing in-house and open trainings that meet the needs and requirements of every industry and the business activities of every organization. In this way, since CSE establishment in 2004, has worked with more than 5.000 high profile professionals from prestigious organizations such as Lloyds Banking Group, World Business for Sustainable Development, Mercedes Benz, EFG, Oracle, Shell, Baker Hughes, ZAIN, Whole Foods, North Face, Vanity Fair, Entrepreneur