Digital High Intensity Training

DHIT®: Steps to the first sustainability report

your first sustainability report

Do you already know that your company is one of the 50,000 that will soon have to publish an annual sustainability report? Do you already have an idea which topics the report must address and which information of it you must have certified by your auditor? Do you have a plan on how best to approach the topic in your company?

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Digital High Intensity Training

DHIT®: Steps to the first sustainability report

your first sustainability report

Do you already know that your company is one of the 50,000 that will soon have to publish an annual sustainability report? Do you already have an idea which topics the report must address and which information of it you must have certified by your auditor? Do you have a plan on how best to approach the topic in your company?

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4 participants

1:1 Mentoring

intensive feedback

sustainable Learning Journey

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WE guide you on your way to sustainability­reporting

We will show you what the new EU regulation on sustainability reporting (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive – CSRD) actually requires by law, which reporting standards there are and which first steps you should implement in your company. We enable you to adapt to the new obligations and give you tips from practical experience.

Our trainer was responsible for her company’s sustainability report for many years. She knows the challenge in the company to collect the topics and especially the data and to prepare them in a testable way. In the seminar, she discusses individual solution options for your company.

What you will learn

  • Requirements and standards for sustainability reporting
  • Standards and methods for due diligence and the sustainability report
  • Implementation challenges and solutions
  • First implementation steps individually for you and your company

Description

In this training you will learn about the new legal and other requirements for sustainability reporting in Germany. You will learn what content and data a report should contain and how to provide topics and data so that the report is credible and auditable.

In order to fulfil legal requirements as a company, some basic principles regarding the content of sustainability reporting are elementary. A sustainability report can only fulfil the legal obligation, prove good risk management towards the capital market, but can also be seen as an instrument to motivate employees or to attract new talent to the company. Depending on the goal, the topics must above all be presented differently. With the help of this knowledge, you will be able to better tailor your measures to the concrete needs of your company and find the right promoters within the company to successfully implement your project.

In addition to the professional input, the experiences of the trainer and the other participants help you to assess your situation and develop options for action with you.

Individual coaching sessions take place parallel to the group modules. The aim of these sessions is to address your challenges in the company and to develop individual and very concrete implementation steps. A sustainability report must contain all the essential topics of your company.  We discuss in detail what these are and how you can set priorities, which topics are also best suited to your company.

In addition to the professional input, the experiences of the trainer and the other participants help you to assess your situation and develop options for action with you.

Individual coaching sessions take place parallel to the group modules. The aim of these sessions is to address your challenges in the company and to develop individual and very concrete implementation steps. A sustainability report must contain all the essential topics of your company.  We discuss in detail what these are and how you can set priorities, which topics are also best suited to your company.

Learning Journey

  • 1,5 hours Warm-up-Session
  • 3x 3 hours of highly intensive and interactive live online sessions in small groups with max. 4 participants at intervals of approx. 1 week.
  • 3 individual 45 min. coaching sessions with your trainer following the live online sessions to support a successful transfer into the individual practice.
  • Self-learning elements between the sessions to further support the learning process (time required approx. 3 hrs. in total)

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Price
1.680,00 EUR (plus VAT. )
The price includes seminar documentation, certificate of attendance and, in the case of face-to-face events, one joint lunch per full seminar day and the coffee breaks. The costs for overnight stay/breakfast will be settled directly with the hotel.

Your contact persons

chris_Conturie
Christoph Sundermeier

Team New Business

+49 511 96 96 8 34

c.sundermeier@contur-online.de

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Sustainability report: Questions and answers

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The almost 50,000 companies in the EU with more than 250 employees or more than 20 million balance sheet total must prepare an annual, certified sustainability report from 2024. The obligation will apply to small and medium-sized companies from 2026.

The sustainability report must contain information that is necessary for understanding the sustainability-related effects of the company’s activities and for understanding the effects of sustainability aspects on the course of business, business results and position of the company. The specific requirements are listed in Article 19a of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)

On behalf of the EU, the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) is currently developing a reporting standard that the sustainability report must meet. The sustainability report must also be certified by an auditor who will audit the report according to this standard.

The sustainability report must also be digitally uploaded to a platform in a machine-readable format.

The almost 50,000 companies in the EU with more than 250 employees or more than 20 million balance sheet total must prepare an annual, certified sustainability report from 2024. The obligation will apply to small and medium-sized companies from 2026.

The sustainability report must contain information that is necessary for understanding the sustainability-related effects of the company’s activities and for understanding the effects of sustainability aspects on the course of business, business results and position of the company. The specific requirements are listed in Article 19a of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)

On behalf of the EU, the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) is currently developing a reporting standard that the sustainability report must meet. The sustainability report must also be certified by an auditor who will audit the report according to this standard.

The sustainability report must also be digitally uploaded to a platform in a machine-readable format.

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