Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Reporting Advanced Topic
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Courses start at $649
ESG reporting is the collection and analysis of data on an organization’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards, crucial information for socially conscious investors.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting is increasingly in the forefront as socially conscious investors, stakeholders and organizations include these factors in their analysis of business and organizations. As Alberta adds to its energy sector with sustainable production such as solar and wind, and carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS), organizations need a strategic approach to their ESG reporting.
This course is a designated micro-credential offered through the Faculty of Continuing Education. Our micro-credentials enable recent post-secondary graduates and established career professionals to develop and demonstrate specific skills that employers need. Complete a micro-credential course to earn a digital badge that you can share online so employers can verify your achievement. Learn more.
Highlights and benefits
Real-world knowledge | Understand globally recognized ESG standards and sustainability frameworks
Gain hands-on experience | Demonstrate workplace competencies to potential employers
Earn a digital badge | Complete this course and earn a digital badge through MyCreds™ to verify your demonstrated knowledge and skills in ESG reporting
Earn a recognized credential | Complete three courses to earn an ESG Reporting Extension Certificate.
Course schedule by semester
(Sept. - Dec.)
(Jan. - April)
(May - Aug.)
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This schedule is subject to change. Courses start on various dates within each semester. Fall schedule and registration is available in June; Winter schedule and registration is available in November; and Spring/Summer schedule and registration is available in March.