3.5 hours

What you’ll learn

Best Practice in ESG Reporting

Certificate Fee



Online, self paced

Why is ESG reporting important?

An understanding of the opportunities that ESG presents is accelerating. With it comes the demand for clear and reliable ESG disclosures of data. Boards are starting to be scrutinised for the accuracy of the ESG story they’re telling and investors like feeling confident.


The ESG report is now a key tool to convince stakeholders that your organisation’s actions are sincere.


Boards that are familiar with synchronising traditional financial reports to ESG reporting have a competitive ESG advantage.


Investors are drawn to purpose-driven organisations that clearly demonstrate how returns outweigh any risks.

Become a smarter and more effective ESG leader. Fully understand ESG reporting and how to implement it effectively in your organisation.

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What delegates say about our courses:

“The Diploma in Corporate Governance was excellent. It was an eye opener for me and I learnt an immense amount from the course and tutors.”

Raj Kambo


“Excellent programme, content very relevant to existing and aspiring board members. Excellent support provided by the team in CGI and the online format worked very well.”

Audrey Boyde


“There was plenty of help and support available and patience as I engaged and learned. Very much appreciated the materials, delivery, and support.”

David Moore


“Challenging course but well delivered by an excellent team. Course materials very professional and lectures from a high calibre team with vast practical experience.”

John Hennessy


What you will learn

Gain a solid understanding of who is reading your annual report and how expectations have changed. Closely examine the key ESG reporting frameworks and the mandatory reporting disclosures in place, along with future proposals.

ESG reporting in context

Learn how to navigate the changing and uncertain business landscape using collaborative and practical frameworks and standards.

Audiences of an ESG report

Explore the main audiences of an ESG report, best practices for reporting and learn what good ESG reporting looks like.

ESG reporting frameworks

Take an in depth look at some of the most widely used global frameworks that help organisation structure and report on ESG.

Mandatory reporting

Be clear about the mandatory disclosures in place and discover three key proposals for the uncertain future surrounding ESG legislation.

Looking to deepen your ESG leadership skills and insights?
Discover more about the Diploma in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG).

How you will apply your learning

Standout as an informed leader who knows how to navigate the changing ESG landscape.

Use your in-depth knowledge to ensure your strategy and actions consistently feature throughout your ESG reporting.

Identify and use key frameworks to disclose metrics and targets in a clear and reliable format.

Speak confidently about best practices in ESG reporting and know what to include to meet expectations.

Identify ways to keep up to date and stay compliant with mandatory reporting requirements evolving internationally.

Recognise and respond to what is mandatory legislation now, yet be able to consider what may be required at a future date.

Understand how to research mandatory legislation relevant to your geography and jurisdiction.

Who will be teaching the course?

Ruth Odih

Ruth Odih is a key member of the Secretariat Team at Centrica plc. Her experience is in UK and International corporate governance practices. Her experiences range from large multinationals to large UK-based organisations in catering, energy, oil and gas, private equity and financial services, with some of the organisations being constituents in the FTSE 100 and AIM index. She is a trustee of a local charity.

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