Climate Disclosure for Business Course

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Tougher regulations are coming down the track

Conquer Climate Disclosure with our short online training course

The rules are changing for businesses. New climate reporting standards are coming into effect in the EU, UK and USA. The EU CSRD and ISSB create obligations to demonstrate corporate climate knowledge.

Our Climate Disclosure for Business Course provides a foundation across your organisation to deliver on Climate Disclosure.

Organisations will need to report what they have done and will do in the future to improve staff climate awareness. Training is becoming a regulated requirement.

On-demand training

Can be taken at any time, in any location with internet access
Only takes a few hours
Provides quantitative proof of training, for disclosures required by the EU CSRD and the ISSB
Course completion rates can be tracked, to build training statistics
Upon completion, a Course Certificate is issued as proof of professional development

Find clarity in complexity

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, categorise 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?

Course curriculum

Introduction
Jargon Buster
Module 1 - What is Climate Disclosure?
Module 2 - GHG Inventories
Module 3 - How is Climate Disclosure Changing?
Module 4 - Climate Strategy and Communication

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Climate Disclosure for Business (Taster)

In this Taster version, we give you free access to the introductory sections and Module 1 of the course.

If you want to complete the whole course and receive the Course Certificate, please contact us at climate@ercevolution.energy.

About this course

  • Free
  • Introductory sections & 1 core module
  • Complete at your own pace
  • Approximately 1 hour of lessons
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The rules are changing for businesses

Climate Disclosure for Business (Full Version)

Gain a foundational understanding of Climate Disclosure for Business with the full version of our course.

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

Take the course yourself or disseminate it across your organisation to upskill your entire workforce.

 

About this course

  • Introductory sections & 4 core modules
  • Complete at your own pace
  • Approximately 4 hours of lessons
  • Upon completion, a Course Certificate is issued as proof of professional development

 

 

 

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New Standards = New Requirements

ISSB

“An 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…

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…

TCFD

“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.”

EU ESRS

“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:

(b) how it relates to the undertaking’s material impacts, risks and opportunities.”

(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

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

Corporate Training Package

Contact us at climate@ercevolution.energy to discuss further.

Benefits:

Provide quantifiable evidence of training up your organisation for ISSB, TCFD, and EU ESRS
Discounted pricing per person for larger companies
Options for in-person Q&A with the instructions

Our Team

Paul Chernik, P.Eng

General Manager, ERC Evolution

Rouha Hussaina CEng, MIMechE

Head of Energy Transition Services

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UK Head Office:

ERC Equipoise Limited
6th Floor Stephenson House
2 Cherry Orchard Road
Croydon CR0 6BA
London U.K.

+44 (0) 20 8256 1150
enquiries@erce.energy

ERC Equipoise Pte Ltd
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#05 – 01
Singapore
048762

enquiries.asiapacific@erce.energy

ERCE Australia Pty Ltd
2a/83 Havelock Street,
West Perth WA 6005
Australia

+08 9322 2675
enquiries.australia@erce.energy

ERC Evolution (Canada) Ltd.
Suite 500 – 602
12 Ave SW
Calgary,
AB, T2R 1J3

enquiries@ercevolution.energy

ERCE Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Menara Maxis
26th floor
KLCC
50088 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia

+603 2615 2733
enquiries.asiapacific@erce.energy