MBA Level Course in Corporate Sustainability - Available for Working Professionals
Start Date:01 Jun 15 End Date:01 Jan 15
ONLINE - eLearning Course
Available 24/7 365 Days
MARCS – Corporate Sustainability Expert Online Course
The Management, Analysis and Reporting of Corporate Sustainability – MARCS course is uniquely developed to address the requirements posed to employees charged with performing their duties in the most professional manner taking into consideration those actions that contribute to both profitability and sustainability.
The course focuses on managing non-financial performance reporting and on the optimization of internal and external stakeholder-specific sustainability reporting requirements. Course participants examine how organizations can take control of their non-financial performance reporting by consolidating information flows from various functional groups.
Who should register:
Students and professionals with an interest in Corporate Sustainability, Climate Change, Water Management, Environment.
Professionals in Accounting, Auditing, GHG Inventory Managers, Corporate Environmental and Sustainability Managers, Investors and Marketing Professionals.
– Corporate Users and Consultants – $495.00 USD
– Government and NGO Employees – $394.00 USD (Contact email@example.com for discount)
– Students (Enrolled in F/T education) – $297.00 USD (Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for discount)
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