As Corporate Sustainability has grown rapidly, requirements for skills are constantly rising and professionals need to be continuously updating their knowledge in order to catch up with the latest sustainability trends and legislations. A well trained Sustainability Professional is supposed to be more efficient, to assist an organization in the long term journey and effectively integrate principles and best practices into the corporate decision making system.
This challenging two-day training offered by CSE aims to give you all the latest practical tools and resources required to implement or upscale corporate sustainability in order to drive your initiatives to the next level by generating value and creating effective strategies. More than 5000 Executives from Fortune 500 companies, local governments and academia have trusted CSE and participated in our advanced trainings in order to become Certified Sustainability (CSR) Practitioners and earn a unique recognition.
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Terms of registration and CSE Green Event’s Policy
Registrations may be canceled and a refund will be issued only following a written request (at email@example.com) at least twenty (20) days prior to the beginning of the training. If the request is made twenty (20) days prior to the training, a 50% cancelation fee will be charged. If no request is made to CSE until or following the training, no refund will be provided.
CSE retains the right to reschedule the training. CSE will refund the training fee for trainings rescheduled up to two (2) weeks prior to the training date. CSE is not responsible for other cost on behalf of participants (travel, accommodation, etc.)
If the payment is completed through bank deposit an additional 50 Euro fee will be added to the training fee.
As part of our sustainability policy (since 2007), we calculate and offset the carbon footprint of all CSE events, including the travel of our attendees. Additionally, CSE is among the first firms in its sector to have published a Sustainability Report (since 2008). A prime example of 'walking the talk'.