Gain a deeper understanding of the new GRI Standards this December during a GRI-Certified Training course, put on by ISOS Group, and hosted by Cadmus in Boulder, CO. The two-day training will provide an overview of the current GRI G4 reporting framework and teach reporters how to transition to the new GRI Standards, released in October. The training includes a half-day bonus module that covers the upcoming Sustainable Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting (FSA) professional certificate for sustainability professionals.
1. Are you considering early adoption of the GRI Standards but don’t know where to begin? If you have already started your reporting project but are compelled by the idea of being one of the first to publish a GRI Standards-based report, download the webinar today to get a clear understanding of the key differences between G4 and the new Standards to ease the transition to the GRI Standards for your reporting project. Tools, tips, resources and information can help you make an informed decision.
2. Learn from two seasoned GRI reporting professionals. With two decades of combined GRI reporting experience, the webinar co-presenters Carrie Christopher of Cadmus and Nancy Mancilla of ISOS Group, live and breathe GRI reporting. Download the webinar to gain insights on the new Standards from their on-the-ground knowledge of sustainability reporting as they share their views, guidance, and advice in this informative webinar.
3. Get up to speed on the new GRI Standards on your own time. With the end of the year upon us, the convenience of the GRI Standards Overview webinar download allows you to glean key points about the new Standards on your own time and at your own pace.
Broadcast live on November 16, 2016, this one-hour informational webinar provides an overview of the GRI Standards recently released by GRI. Seasoned reporting professionals from Cadmus and ISOS Group (GRI-Certified Training Partner for the United States) walk through the new GRI Standards, explain how the standards differ from the current G4 framework, and help you transition from G4 to the GRI Standards.