New Requirements For Your Business

Many businesses in the world must now prepare Climate Disclosures for Regulators and Customers. Across organisations, people need to learn the new terms, new rules, and new reporting obligations. This course is designed to help you and your team build your skills and provide proof to stakeholders of your corporate knowledge.

New Standards = New Requirements


" entity shall disclose information about:

(ii)  how the body(s) or individual(s) determines whether appropriate skills and competencies are available or will be developed to oversee strategies designed to respond to climate related risks and opportunities..." (Source: IFRS S2)

"An entity’s sustainability-related risks and opportunities arise out of the interactions between the entity and its stakeholders, society, the economy and the natural environment throughout the entity’s value chain....the entity’s future success will likely depend on the entity’s ability to attract and retain that resource. At the same time, that ability will depend, in part, on the entity’s employment practices—such as whether the entity invests in employee training..." (Source IFRS S1)


"Disclosure shall include a description of how the administrative, management and supervisory bodies ensure the availability of the appropriate skills and expertise to oversee sustainability matters, including:

(a) the sustainability-related expertise that the bodies, as a whole, either directly possess or can leverage, for example through access to experts or training; and

(b) how it relates to the undertaking's material impacts, risks and opportunities." (Source: EU ESRS 2)


“Suggestions for addressing the implications of the scenarios will likely fall into clusters around climate mitigation (e.g., emissions reduction), adaptation efforts a company might undertake to manage its risks, or actions to increase its opportunities. Strategy options in the adaptation cluster might be further framed as soft adaptation or hard adaptation."  Soft adaptation are “substantive yet physically intangible responses to climate impacts, such as planning and de-risking processes, finance, knowledge generation and information flows, and human resources development.”  (Source: TCFD)

On-Demand Training

This course can be taken at any time, in any location with internet access. Designed as a 1/2 day power course with bonus readings, it provides a foundation across an organisation to deliver on Climate Disclosure.

  • This course provides quantitative proof of training, for disclosures required by the EU CSRD and the ISSB.

  • Upon completion, a Course Certificate is issued, as proof of professional development.

  • Course completion rates can be tracked, to build training statistics.

Questions this course will answer

  • What is Climate Disclosure?

    What does the term Climate Disclosure mean? Who is asking for it and why? What does it mean for your business and how are the rules changing?

  • What is a GHG Inventory?

    What steps does your business need to follow to measure, categorize and report your greenhouse gas emissions?

  • How do we build and communicate our Climate Strategy?

    What do the phrases Net Zero and Carbon Neutral mean? What role do carbon credits play? What is the difference between mandatory and voluntary reporting? What is Climate Risk and Opportunity assessment?

Corporate Training Package

Whether you are a two person firm or a Fortune 500 multinational, a corporate subscription comes with benefits.

  • Discounted pricing per person for larger companies.

  • Options for in-person Q&A with the instructors.

*Please note that our full course is only offered in select countries. Please contact us for further details.