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Certified course on non-financial reporting according to GRI standards
Duration: 14 hours
Date: unknown
Format: online
Price: €600 (+VAT)
The course explains the principles of applying GRI standards in the process of writing a non-financial report
Trainer
Ksenia Bagrii
Certified expert of the GRI Professional Certification Program. 7 years of experience in writing reports for IFC, EBRD, FMO, EIB. 5 years of experience in non-financial reporting according to GRI standards. Expert in the integration of Sustainable Development Goals into sustainable reporting processes. Specialist in conducting socio-ecological audits (scope - environmental and social component, interaction with stakeholders, impact of business on population and environment)
Reporting according to GRI standards enables all interested parties, including investors, government bodies or potential customers, to analyze the company's activities in detail and understand its effects on the environment, economy and social component.

The course will help you understand what the GRI standards are, how to use them and how to organize the process of forming non-financial reporting in your company.
you will understand the value of non-financial reporting for the development of the company;
you will understand where to start the reporting process and who should do it;
get acquainted with the principles of reporting according to GRI standards and find out what are significant impacts and topics in the company and how to determine them;
After the training you will:
you will gain practical skills in the analysis and application of GRI standards.
The course is filled with case studies of various companies and practical tasks that will help you professionally and critically approach the development of a non-financial report in your company.
Upon completion of training, participants will receive certificates from the GRI Head Office.
Students of the course
CSR managers, ESG analysts and consultants, marketers, other specialists involved in the preparation of non-financial reporting
or reporting on the company's sustainable development.
Program
The course program was developed by the Global Reporting Initiative organization and provides information on the basic concepts of sustainable development (or non-financial) reporting, the main principles of reporting in accordance with the GRI standards and their use during the formation of the report. Practical tasks of the course include local and regional cases and examples of reports from other companies.
Part I - Introduction
  • Sustainability
  • Reporting on sustainable development
  • About the GRI organization
Part II - Overview of GRI standards
  • Useful terminology
  • Introduction to GRI standards
  • Structure and use of GRI standards
  • Other reporting standards and schemes
Part III - GRI Standards
  • Universal standards (GRI 101, GRI 102, GRI 103)
  • Thematic standards
Part IV – Getting Started with GRI Reporting
  • Use of reporting principles
  • Disclosure of general information
  • Definition of essential topics and their limits
  • Reporting on material topics
  • Reporting in compliance
  • Presentation and collection of information
  • The final task of the course
Part V - Additional Resources
  • GRI support service
  • Useful sources
  • Final assessment
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Contacts
Kyiv,
St. Borysoglibska 16a