Workshop on ESG Reporting (Cantonese)
CED School of Business and The Purpose Business present a corporate sustainability training workshop on environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting, led by GRI Standards certified advisors, Vicky Lee and Adrian Cheung.
This one-day course presented in Cantonese with Chinese language training materials, will assist participants to develop and deliver sustainability messages in support of their business objectives. It will explain the Hong Kong Exchange ESG Guide and offer practical tools for preparing ESG reports.
The workshop is aimed at corporate sustainability/compliance managers who are involved with ESG reporting and other executives who want to know more about the implications of ESG reporting for their business, including listed companies and their supply chain partners.
Whether you or your company are new to ESG reporting or more established in the reporting process, this one day workshop will equip you with the skills you need.
・ gain knowledge of relevant trends in ESG reporting
・ understand the HKEx ESG Guide and its implications for their own businesses
・ become familiar with ESG reporting principles and processes to assist them in producing ESG reports and formulating related sustainable development strategies
Delegates who successfully complete this course and have 80% attendance will be issued a Certificate of Attendance.
Wednesday 18 April 2018 9:30am – 5:30pm
CED School of Business, North Point, Hong Kong
(*discount available for delegates who settle payment by 28 March 2018, or for three delegates applying together.)
For further details and booking forms (Cantonese and English versions), click here.
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