GRI Certified Training Module - Transition to GRI Standards

GRI Standards are periodically reviewed to provide the best and most up-to-date standards for effective sustainability reporting. This course allows the trainee to make a smooth transition from GRI G4 Guidelines to GRI Standards and provide an insight on the differences between GRI G4 Guidelines and GRI Standards. The GRI Standards were released in October 2016 and will be fully effective in July 2018.

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Description

GRI Standards are periodically reviewed to provide the best and most up-to-date standards for effective sustainability reporting. This course allows the trainee to make a smooth transition from GRI G4 Guidelines to GRI Standards and provide an insight on the differences between GRI G4 Guidelines and GRI Standards. The GRI Standards were released in October 2016 and will be fully effective in July 2018. 

PROFESSIONAL TRAINER:

  • GRI Approved Trainer;
  • Pass in GRI G4 Exam;
  • Sustainability Report Assurer for listed companies 
  • More than 6 years working experience of CSR and ESG projects, including assessment, training and reporting;
  • More than 6 years of training experience, covering various industries from SMEs to MNCs;
  • Lead Auditor in Quality, Environmental, Social Responsibility, Occupational Health and Safety and Sustainability Management Systems;

(SGS Hong Kong Ltd. reserves the right of final tutor arrangement.)

CERTIFICATION (Attendance: 100%):
Delegates who successfully completed the course will be issued a Certificate by GRI.

GENERAL INFORMATION:
Venue: T.S.T. / Wan Chai / Jordan / Sheung Wan Training Centre / TBC
Medium: Cantonese supplemented with English material

Remark: This course is for delegates who are GRI G4 reporters, or have a good understanding of the G4 Guidelines

*Early Bird Price will be offered to participant whose enrolment is made one month prior to the course or online booking

Objectives

COURSE OUTLINE:

Part 1: GRI Standards Introduction

1.1 – Why transition to GRI Standards

1.2 – What does transition to GRI Standards mean

1.3 – Summary of main features

1.4 – Benefits of the new Standards

1.5 – Main G4 concepts and disclosures carry through

 

Part 2: Overview of the GRI Standards

2.1 – How to use the Standards

2.2 – New structure and format

2.3 – Summary of content clarifications

2.4 – Employee/worker terminology revision

 

Part 3: Universal Standards

3.1 – GRI 101: Foundation

3.2 – GRI 102: General Disclosures

3.3 – GRI 103: Management Approach

 

Part 4: Topic-specific Standards

4.1 – Overview of the topic-specific Standards

4.2 – Merged Aspects

4.3 – Group Exercise 1

 

Part 5: Key content clarifications

5.1 – Clarification of the term ‘Impacts’

5.2 – Topic boundary

5.3 – Reporting on material topics not covered by the GRI Standards

5.4 – Group Exercise 2

 

Part 6: Additional Resources

6.1 – Resources to support your transition to GRI Standards reporting

6.2 – Resources about the transition to GRI Standards project

Audience

Delegates who have prior knowledge of GRI G4 Guidelines

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