ESG & non-financial reporting

Take a deep dive into the world of sustainable development and ESG reporting and stay on top of the latest changes and trends

ESG & non-financial reporting

Programme ESG & non-financial reporting includes five interrelated modules that will provide you with a comprehensive overview of sustainable development, non-financial reporting and the latest changes and trends in the ESG. Highly interactive modules will help you to get familiar with ESG regulations and will provide you with clear instructions on how to prepare ESG reports. 
The programme is suitable for anyone who works in the field of legal & compliance, HR, investor relations, procurement, environmental management, marketing or any other area where it is required to have an overall understanding of sustainability concepts.


Modules of programme

ESG at a glance

The module attempts to explore areas such as:
  • What does ESG mean in practice,
  • Importance and benefits of ESG strategy,
  • ESG topics in various industries – practical examples.



Preparing an ESG report – Content

The module attempts to explore areas such as:
  • Mapping relevant ESG matters,
  • Scope – who we are reporting for,
  • Reporting principles,
  • Understanding the target audience – key stakeholders,
  • Selecting the topics to report – materiality assessment.


Preparing an ESG report – Process

The module attempts to explore areas such as:
  • Reporting team and internal buy-in,
  • Key phases – what, who, when, why,
  • Anticipating and preventing typical problems.




ESG reporting regulations and voluntary frameworks

The module attempts to explore areas such as:
  • Overview of international regulations and voluntary ESG reporting frameworks:
    • CSRD – Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive,
    • EU Taxonomy,
    • UN SDGs,
    • SFDR – Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation,
    • TCFD – Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures,
  • Information about international standards (more in module 5):
    • ESRS – European Sustainability Reporting Standards,
    • GRI Standards – Global Reporting Initiative,
    • ISSB – IFRS Standards (Sustainability, Climate),
  • What is their focus and to whom they apply and from when.

ESG reporting – International standards (introduction)

The module attempts to explore areas such as:
  • Overview of international standards:
    • ESRS – European Sustainability Reporting Standards,
    • GRI – Global Reporting Initiative,
    • ISSB – IFRS Standards (Sustainability, Climate),
  • Implementation timeline,
  • Compliance requirements, 
  • Structure and main requirements. 


We are also preparing optional modules that can be attended independently.
The dates, details and price will be published soon.

Optional modules

ESG reporting obligations in EU (CSRD & ESRS focus)

ESG reporting obligations in EU (Taxonomy fucus)

Carbon footprint measurement and disclosure


Programme details

The programme consists of five inter-related modules. The basic modules are designed as a package. In addition, you can choose from optional modules focusing on a specific area in depth – those are suitable for specialists and people interested in a particular topic.

The training runs in a hybrid format – you can participate face-to-face or online. The choice is yours for every module. The duration is specified in each of the modules. They are delivered in the Czech language; some of the supporting materials may only be available in English.

The aim of the ESG programme is to give its participants a comprehensive overview of ESG topics - why it is important and what it means practically for business and strategy. After completing the basic modules, you will be a competent partner for your colleagues who knows what ESG report preparation entails, and you will know how to initiate and lead the process, or how you can contribute in your role.

Depending on your specialisation, you can continue with other expert programs focused on sustainable ESG assets and projects, sustainability management or sustainable finance.


The course is suitable for you if:
  • You contribute (in any role – e.g. human resources, investor relations, environment, facility management, procurement, compliance, innovations, ...) to the creation or implementation of an ESG strategy, enhancing the sustainability of activities or products and you would like to understand the big picture.
  • You take part in communicating sustainability topics (PR, marketing, internal communication, ...) or you want to start doing it.
  • You will be in charge of ESG report preparation and you need to understand what is ahead of you.
  • You need to understand what ESG regulations apply to your company and what needs to be done to comply.
  • You seek inspiration for more sustainable business.


This course can be attended by anyone who is interested in improving their knowledge and skills in ESG and non-financial reporting. It is suitable for beginners and it provides deeper insights for advanced participants as well. There are no formal entry-level requirements.

Completion of the programme focused on ESG & non-financial reporting is recommended before starting the optional modules.


After completing the basic modules of the ESG programme, you will receive a PwC Academy certificate.
You can continue your studies and sign up for course EU Taxonomy, ESG and sustainability in the context of sustainable finance, investment and EU funds in 2021–2027.


Radka Nedvědová

Radka is a manager and PwC Academy tutor with more than 20 years of experience across various fields and industries. She led and participated in audit and consulting projects and she leverages her experience and expertise to support the professional and personal development of PwC's clients and employees. As a founding member of PwC's ESG team, Radka specialises in non-financial reporting and related regulations and co-operates on ESG strategy projects and stakeholder dialogues.


Dates and details

Date Course CPD points Language Place Price
(excl. VAT)

15 March – 26 April 2023

ESG & non-financial reporting 12


PwC & Online

17,900 CZK


Structure of the programme Date Timing of sessions
Module 1: ESG at a glance 15 March 2023 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Module 2: Preparing an ESG report – Content 29 March 2023 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Module 3: Preparing an ESG report – Process 12 April 2023 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Module 4 & 5: ESG reporting regulations and voluntary frameworks 26 April 2023 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.

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* The training runs in a hybrid format – you can participate face-to-face or online. You can change the form of the course at any time later.

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Anna Tubert

Anna Tubert

Junior Business Developer, PwC Academy, PwC Czech Republic

Tel: +420 731 431 337

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Head of PwC Academy, PwC Czech Republic

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