Sustainability Reporting and the GRI Training
This is your chance to learn from the leaders in sustainability reporting using the most commonly adopted sustainability reporting framework globally – the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). Net Balance Foundation is a collaborating partner with the National Centre for Sustainability (NCS) Swinburne University of Technology and together they have been accredited as GRI Certified Training Partners in Australia and New Zealand.
The course is led by accredited GRI trainers who have been extensively involved with GRI, contributed to the development of G4, the newest version of the GRI Framework, and will have just returned from the GRI Global Conference on Sustainability and Reporting in Amsterdam where G4 will have been launched. In particular, at our workshop, Dr. Robyn Leeson will provide unique insights from the G4 development process and implications for reporting in her capacity as a member of the GRI Stakeholder Council and the Technical Advisory Committee.
The comprehensive two-day training program certified by the Amsterdam based Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) helps participants to understand and coordinate the GRI sustainability reporting process by providing skills and knowledge on sustainability reporting. The GRI is the most commonly adopted sustainability reporting framework globally. The program has been developed especially to help report makers to use the GRI Framework and GRI reports effectively.
Upcoming GRI Certified Training Courses:
Melbourne workshop: 29-30 May 2013
Sydney workshop: 13-14 June 2013