NHABI offers a range of training proposals covering all areas of sustainability, from the environment to human resources, from the circular economy to risk management, from communication to subsidised finance.
The courses are tailor-made to suit the specific needs of each company and rounded out by an overview of main competitors and reference sector trends.
Thanks to consolidated partnerships, NHABI also leads you through all the phases of a funded training project and in the 2022 Continuing Education promoted by the Lombardy region.
THE PATH TO SUSTAINABILITY:
INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABILITY IN THE COMPANY
- To set up a process of reflection on sustainability opportunities for your company
- To reflect how to integrate sustainability issues into company strategy
- To translate sustainability into organisational change
- Sustainability explained: its evolution
- Agenda 2030 and SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals)
- SDGs and business
- The path to sustainability
- Communicating sustainability
- European Policies
- Explaining the Circular Economy
ORGANISATIONAL CARBON FOOTPRINT
- Climate change and the greenhouse effect
- The Kyoto protocol and flexibility mechanisms
- Reference standards for quantification and accountability (GHG PROTOCOL, ISO14064-1)
- The concept of offsetting and insetting
THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF ORGANISATIONS
- Understanding the aim of social responsibility within the organisation with a view to adopting a strategic value approach by improving image and performance
- General principles of social responsibility
- Critical questions that must be tackled in terms of social responsibility
- Management tools for social responsibility: national and international standards, guidelines.
INTEGRATING SUSTAINABILITY INTO THE ORGANISATION’S PROCUREMENT POLICY PROCESS
- Understanding assessment criteria and processes for suppliers and products/services based on their sustainability performance
- Explaining sustainable procurement
- Main criteria for evaluating supplier performance and sustainability
- ISO20400 guidelines
- Minimum Environmental Criteria (MEC)
- Concepts of social-environmental impact during product lifecycles
THE PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTABILITY FOR SUSTAINABILITY
- Understanding the starting point for accounting economic, environmental and social principles.
- Stakeholder inclusivity
- Sustainability context
- Understanding the importance of communicating sustainability as a business culture and how to turn it into an organisation’s manifesto.
- Reputation in the creation of sustainable value
- Sustainability and the risk of greenwashing and sustainability washing
- The concept of brand activism
- Case history: best sustainable companies
DIGITAL AND SUSTAINABILITY
GREEN TRANSITION AND DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: TWO INDEPENDABLE PROCESSES
- Understanding how sustainability can represent the winning strategy underlying the company’s actions in the medium-long term.
- Learning how technology, innovation and governance contribute to sustainable development from an economic, environmental and social point of view.
- Becoming aware that sustainability and digital transformation are closely related.
- From the concept of CSR to the concept of sustainable business
- Benefits of a sustainability strategy
- Technologies as catalysts of sustainability
- Digital tools of change
- Digital ecosystems
- Big data and artificial intelligence for sustainability
- Blockchain for sustainability
- Go digital: benefits for the 2030 Agenda
THE EVOLUTION OF THE SUSTAINABILITY REPORT
NEW SCENARIOS FOR REPORTING
- Learning more about the new European regulations on the Sustainability Reporting.
- Understanding what the new Sustainability Reporting characteristics will be and which companies will have the obligation to draft it.
- What is a Sustainability Report?
- New proposal for a Directive on Sustainability Reporting (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive – CSRD)
- Which companies have/will have the obligation?
- Why drawing up a sustainability report if it’s not required by law?
- Which benefits does a company have in drawing up the Sustainability Report?
- What are the GRI standards?