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ESG & Sustainability:
An Introduction for Business


Suitable for

All employees including managers, and C-level executives

Estimated time to complete

40 minutes

What you’ll learn

Overview of ESG
Introduction to how ESG is managed
What materiality assessment is
The UN sustainable development goals (SDGs)
Common sustainability terms
Introduction to measurement and reporting on sustainability

About the course

This ESG elearning course is designed for professionals who need to understand the key themes in ESG. This high-level course includes topics such as Materiality and Sustainability, and provides an overview of the framework for managing these issues.

All of our sustainability courses

  • The course can be taken in our learning platform or in your own company’s LMS.
  • We provide scheduled reports to selected recipients about who has not yet started, started, and completed the course.
  • We can brand (logo, font and main colour) the courses to suit your company.
  • If you would like to add a custom section to one of our existing courses or create a custom course from scratch please get in touch.
  • All courses exists in a micro-learning version (15 minutes) in addition to the full course.
  • All courses can be translated to any language.

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