The Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) hosted its global training “Certified Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner” in New York and Dubai with great success this May. In Dubai the sold out training, featured esteemed executives and managers from leading local and international organizations and institutions, including Borouge, ENOC, ADGAS, DEWA, Landmark Group, NCB, Global Village Goumbook. Similarly the NY event featured high caliber participants from Thomson Reuters, Independent, The World Bank, Lincoln Financial Group among others.
CSE holds a competitive advantage in leading change and driving sustainable development since 2006 with unique and advanced education services. As part of these services, the Certified Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner Training has gradually received global popularity and recognition and now acts as a stepping-stone for organizations that aspire to progressively implement sustainability into their core operations at strategic level.
At present, more than 350 Sustainability executives from 5 continents and over 30 countries have received this qualification and as a result, achieved career progression. According to a 2012 survey among CSR practitioners, 88% claim to have achieved career progression, after becoming certified as CSR Practitioners! CSE’s Sustainability Practitioners are making a substantial difference in implementing sustainability to enhance financial and non-financial performances of organizations from FT 500 companies such as the World Business for Sustainable Development, Lloyds Banking Group, Eurobank EFG, Oracle, Mercedes Benz, Shell, Sara Lee, NV Bekaert, Baker Hughes, ZAIN, Whole Foods, North Face, Vanity Fair, Entrepreneur.
Upcoming CSE trainings:
Upon successful completion of the trainings and post course assignments, professionals have the opportunity to gain a Practitioner Certification and Seal and become globally recognized by CSE and IEMA as CSR or CCS Practitioners.
For more information contact:
Global Training & Partnerships Manager
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