European Sustainability Reporting Standards

Your challenge

Over the last two decades, reporting standards and frameworks have been developed to enable organisations to provide sustainability-related information transparently and consistently. These sets of indicators define the key elements of sustainability reporting, including how sustainability-related information should be collected and presented.

Many available standards and frameworks can be used for different Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting purposes.

With the adoption of the European Sustainability Reporting Standards by the European Commission, in the coming years the scope of companies falling under mandatory reporting will increase each year.

Do you and your company understand how and when you need to comply with the standards?


Our solution

Our three-module course focuses on the mandatory European Sustainability Reporting Standards and will provide a comprehensive overview of what they are and how to use them. 

It showcases all the key elements that users must understand to utilise the standards correctly and efficiently. The goal of the course is to grasp the structure and content of the ESRS and provide individuals with guidance on how to apply them.

Introduction to ESRS learning path:

  • Introduction to cross-cutting standards under the
    ESRS 1 and ESRS 2 

  • Introduction to environmental standards under the
    ESRS (E1-E5)

  • Introduction to social and governance standards under the
    ESRS (S1-S4 and G1-G2)

ESRS 1 and ESRS 2

  • Reporting under the ESRS when entity-specific disclosures are to be used

  • Difference between sector-agnostic and sector-specific standards

  • Different approaches for due diligence processes

  • Difference between financial and impact materiality, and the importance of double materiality

  • Metrics and targets as per ESRS 2


  • Structure of the environmental ESRS standards

  • Methods for a scenario analysis

  • Categorising the relevant sub-topics to their environmental topics

  • Relevant reporting areas under each environmental ESRS standard

S1–S4 and G1

  • Connecting the worker categories to the relevant social ESRS standard

  • Definitions of worker populations for each of the social ESRS standards

  • Difference between the ESRS G1 standard and the Governance reporting area

Why choose us

  • Choose the right set of courses from the package to build awareness and educate your staff about the different aspects of ESG. 

  • The training requires active participation from the learners, which helps them to gain real knowledge.

  • We are able to integrate company-specific case studies and guidelines if needed. 

  • The digital learning solutions are updated regularly to be able to follow all regulatory changes and adjustments.

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