The Centre for Sustainability and Excellence has a long-standing history in New York City of providing Sustainability Education to global FT 500 corporations and executives.
Submitted by Centre for Sustainability & Excellence (CSE)
Over the past 10 years, more than 6,000 executives from leading organizations including Google, NASA, Coca-Cola, Timberland, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, L’Oréal, ExxonMobil, Hartford, T–Mobile, Procter & Gamble, and Macy’s were certified as sustainability professionals by the Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE).
CSE’s high level professional trainings bring together professionals from different countries, fields and companies to join the two-day workshop, to develop and enhance their business strategies through CSR frameworks.
CSE has a long-established history in New York. In addition to a decade of trainings, founder and lead trainer Nikos Avlonas has worked closely with the United Nations, last year launching a unique initiative as part of its UN Partnership (#SDGAction23013) to increase awareness and promote education of professionals, corporations and entrepreneurs on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This year, CSE has partnered with New York Build (March 12-13), covering the construction industry with networking events focused on Women in construction and Diversity in construction as well as hundreds of speakers and exhibitors.
CSE’s June certified sustainability training in NYC will be its fourth global Certified Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner Program (Advanced Edition 2019) in North America this year. The training will focus on sustainability strategy for competitive advantage, GRI Standards, sustainability reporting trends according to CSE research, national and international legislation and other key challenges in sustainability. It will feature updated content on the SDGs and Circular Economy.
“The workshop was delivered by dynamic and knowledgeable instructors. It was a very comprehensive and practical training, attended by participants from all sectors of the economy,” says Prof. Stephan Vachon. “I recommend it to anyone who wants a thorough and up-to-date overview of sustainability aspects in businesses,” says Vachon, Chair of the Masters of Environment and Sustainability program at the Ivey Business School.
Professionals from multiple continents, including Europe, Africa and Latin America are registered in the quickly approaching NYC training this June 6-7, in order to become certified and recognized as Sustainability CSR-P Practitioners by CSE and the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
Building on its globally respected advanced program, CSE has designed a program for C-suite executives to premier in NYC on Monday September 30th – Tuesday October 1st, 2019. Stay tuned for more information.
CSE is a global Leading network providing Sustainable Development Solutions to organizations & a Think Tank with offices in Brussels Athens & Dubai. CSE cooperates with international organisations, such as the EFQM (European Foundation for Quality Management), GRI (Global Reporting Initiative), UN Global Compact (United Nations Global Compact), EBEN (European Business Ethics Network), Forum for International Communications and the European Commission. CSE supports, on their journey towards sustainability, leading organizations such as Lloyds TSB, Eurocontrol, Dell, BP, DHL, Lafarge (Aget Heracles), Mc Cain, Bank of Cyprus and many others including the European Investment Bank, the largest financial Investment Institution of the European Union and the Government of Dubai (Dubai Center for Corporate Values ,DIFC, TECOM, DAFZA). The global presence of CSE is enhanced by numerous activities carried out in many countries/regions including the United Kingdom, Belgium, Luxemburg, Germany, Spain, Italy, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, Russia, China and the Middle East.