CAP Conseil- analyse audit en developpement durable

High-level courses on renowned standards

Are you looking for training in international standards and norms? With nearly 20 years of experience, we offer high-level courses on renowned international standards

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Our courses

Our training is aimed at an audience of professionals who know the basics of social responsibility and wish to acquire a level of expertise focusing on the solidity, materiality and coherence of their strategic approach.

Upon request

CAP also organizes trainings upon request, for a day or half a day. These are always provided with examples, practical exercises and roll plays.

CAP conseil gives free courses to pupils in secondary schools and students in their baccalaureate years

GRI Training

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards are today the world reference in terms of sustainability reporting (ESG). They also strongly inspire European legislation and prepare very well to comply with it.

Through concrete examples and exercises, our certifying training courses allow you to understand these standards in detail, apply them to your own case and be recognized for your GRI expertise.

CAP conseil's experts are certified to offer all of Route B (pink), a series of 3 live training sessions in English. The journey begins with two days on the reporting process according to the GRI Standards, followed by two additional modules: Human Rights and SDGs.

Each training entitles you to an individual certificate. At the end of the 3 courses, the participant is eligible to take the “GRI certified sustainability professional” exam online.

2 days training :
Introduction to sustainability reporting and GRI Standards 2021

Langage: English

18-19 September 2023
20-21 November 2023

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1/2 days training :
Reporting on Human Rights with GRI Standards 2021

Langage: English

03/10/2023 AM

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1/2 days training :
Integrating the SDGs into Sustainability Reporting

Langage: English

03/10/2023 PM

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Training on European ESG reporting: CSRD, ESRS, Taxonomy

This 1/2-day training allows you to understand how the different European legislations imposing the publication of ESG information and/or a sustainability report relate to each other, including: the European Green Deal, the Non-Financial Reporting Directive, (NFRD), the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) and the EU action plan on sustainable finance.

Get a deep understanding of

    • The Taxonomy: how it impacts organisations and how to implement it,
    • The new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and how to comply,
    • The European Sustainable Reporting Standards (ESRS) and how to implement them
    • Learn about the future Directive on Due Diligence in corporate sustainability.

Thanks to the expertise of CAP conseil, numerous examples from our clients and exercises, you will acquire a detailed and practical knowledge of Taxonomy, CSRD and ESRS.

Duration: 3 hours

English language

Next dates (mornings): 24/10 and 28/11

This training is intended for all those who already work or will have to get involved in the field of sustainable development and who wish to understand the impact of this legislative arsenal on their current reporting and corporate communication practices.

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ISO 26000 training

The 1/2 day formula: practical session

1 day: Brain-training

2 days: strategic seminar

It takes at least half a day to address in a concrete way the ISO 26000 Guidelines without falling into a pure theoretical learning. We must have time to see a methodology, specific tips and tricks, links with tools you already know.

We have often found out that a two hour ex cathedra conference does not satisfy participants, who then miss some practice and background when they want to implement the guidelines in their business. In this case, individual coaching can be arranged afterwards.

This formula is perfect for large groups, or a steering committee that wants to be quickly familiar with the standard and its policy issues.

One day of “brain-training” on ISO 26000 does suit for a small group, which then receives besides the three hours of the presentation, exercises, practical implementation and case studies. It is often that we give this formula “in-house”, when the management of a company wants to challenge its strategy and work with its team in charge of sustainable development and/or social responsibility. We give this course also in university seminars.

This two day formula is the one we practice for an audience of 15-20 representatives of organizations: it is a high-level strategic workshop in which ISO 26000 is reviewed in depth, in a dynamic and participatory way, to both give plenty of illustrative case studies to participants and to work on the SR of their own organization. This strategic workshop is usually conducted by two senior ISO 26000 experts involved in the process of developing the guidelines.

Participants are usually members of the management.

ISO 20400 training

ISO 20400 is the upcoming international standard on responsible procurement (SP). Under the form of guidelines – non certifiable – it explains why and how to integrate considerations of sustainability inside the procurement activities of organizations, as part of their social responsibility.

The ISO 26000 guidelines on social responsibility are a strong source of reference for this standard. They define the scope of what is understood under sustainability applied to all types of organizations.

The one day training

The starting point of the dynamic is to realize the huge potential of the purchasing decisions and activities to align the overall sustainability ambition of an organization with the daily act of buying, and to extend sustainability practices into the supply chain.

Step by step, our training will lead you into the logic of the guidelines:

  • What? The concept: what do we mean by SP?
  • Why? The rationale: the impacts inside and outside of a bad or good procurement
  • Who? The responsibilities: who should do what, at each level of the organization?
  • How? The commitments, the enablers and the integration into the procurement process

The entire training is illustrated with business cases, exercises and examples of tools for mapping an addressing the risks and opportunities along your supply chain.

It addresses both public and private organizations.

This training is for you

if you are in charge of sustainability and/or procurement activities in your organization
if you have a basic knowledge of social responsibility
if you are a pioneer and want to be up to date with the best practices of procurement at international level

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