ESG and sustainability at the center of the Sole 24 Ore Formazione master’s courses

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Sustainability and ESG criteria are increasingly at the center of the master’s courses at Sole 24 Ore Formazione, the school born from the alliance between the Multiversity Group and the 24 Ore Group. Moreover, it is crucial for both managers and professionals to acquire knowledge and skills to successfully integrate environmental sustainability issues into corporate strategies, beyond regulatory compliance.

As regards the ESG courses aimed at professionals and the world of consultancy, organized by the Regulations and Taxes area, the offer is also rich and very varied for 2024, after the success of various training initiatives launched in 2023. They range from third edition of the Master Practical guide to drawing up the sustainability report, starting on 7 May, up to the new Master Sustainable Mobility (on the transition towards new forms of mobility), which will debut on 12 April. Added to these is the imminent start of a path dedicated to the management of sustainable businesses and the training of sustainability professionals. Furthermore, the second edition of the ESG labor compliance Master will start on 20 September, which aims to provide useful knowledge to face the challenge of the new labor law modified by the double transition, ecological and digital.

As for the more purely economic and strategic area, the second edition of the part-time course in Sustainability Management has just started (with registrations still open because the lessons are recorded and therefore can also be used deferred as well as live). The path is hybrid, between lessons on Friday afternoons and Saturdays in the classroom (also available online on request) and distance learning at times compatible with study and work needs.

Over the course of five months, the key themes for the challenge of sustainability for businesses will be touched upon. In fact, there are 122 hours of teaching and seven modules into which the entire path is divided: from strategic objectives to production choices along the supply chain, from sustainable finance tools to the sustainability report, up to communication aimed at creating value tangible from the ecological transition. A module is dedicated to scouting public and private funding sources to finance investments in the green turnaround. Focus also on regulatory profiles and international sustainability reporting standards. The training offer is completed by workshops and numerous testimonies from managers of large companies involved in sustainability paths and representatives of Asvis and Sustainability makers, partners of the master’s degree. Attendance entitles you to 40 training credits from the Intertek partner, which are essential for taking the exam to obtain the Sustainability manager or practitioner certification. More information on all courses on the website.

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