5-day program; get 2.0 BCIT credits upon completion

ESG Fundamentals Microcredential: Design your ESG action plan

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Thursday, February 1, 2024
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Members: $1,750 per person + GST
Non-Members: $2,500 per person + GST
Schedule:Thursday February 1 - February 29, 2024
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PT

Registration deadline: January 25, 2024

Sessions run on consecutive Thursdays and you must attend all five sessions to receive the microcredential:

  • Day 1 - ESG Fundamentals
  • Day 2 - GOVERNANCE Impact
  • Day 3 - SOCIAL Impact
  • Day 4 - ENVIRONMENTAL Impact
  • Day 5 - Your ESG Roadmap: Theory to Action
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ESG Fundamentals is a microcredential program meaning anyone who successfully completes all program components will earn 2.0 BCIT credits and a digital badge that can displayed on LinkedIn.


Funding:

Participants may qualify for a reimbursement of the ESG Fundamentals Microcredential under the WorkBC B.C. Employer Training Grant. Please note it is up to participants to confirm their eligibility and will be required to pay for the program in full before receiving a reimbursement from WorkBC.

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Sustainability Series

Looking for ways to:

  • Take meaningful action to develop and implement an ESG strategy for your organization?
  • Communicate your commitment to ESG in order to recruit and retain talent?
  • Participate in an accredited program on ESG through a post-secondary institution?


Greater Vancouver Board of Trade is pleased to once again offer the ESG Fundamentals Microcredential, in partnership with BCIT.

During this program, participants will learn or enhance their existing understanding of the language and strategy of meaningful ESG impact. Everyone will complete a series of assignments designed to explore their current impacts and develop a strategy to build on what is already being implemented in their organizations. Participants will graduate with knowledge on how to further engage relevant stakeholders to go farther, faster, together.

Participants will learn from industry leaders in environmental, social, and governance impacts and put their learning into action through a series of hands-on activities that build into their ESG Roadmap.

This program is facilitated by Tessa Jordan, Program Head for the Sustainable Business Leadership and Faculty in the Communication Department at BCIT.
 

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Presented in Partnership with:

https://www.bcit.ca/study/business-media/
https://www.boardoftrade.com/

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Supporting Program Partners:

https://www.bcmea.com/
https://www.wsp.com/en-ca

Community Sponsor: