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How corporate boards can oversee environmental, social and governance risks (ESG)

Ardea International

Thursday, 22 October 2020 from 09:30 to 11:30 (BST)

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How boards can oversee ESG risk 

Are you concerned about how to identify and manage the risk of potential liability as a director or non executive director arising out of  ESG Risks particularly those related to climate change and human rights legislation?  Do you know how to assess your liability to exposure ? Have you got a robust  environmental and human rights due diligence framework in place?  This interactive workshop will help address these key issues. 

Why attend? 

This training forms part of the Ardea International 'leading  business beyond compliance' series. Our course goes beyond basic awareness raising.  The course is based on the concept of 'blended learning'. It is interactive with a workbook included. The course is run over 2 weeks, with 2 hours of learning each week participating in our online classroom setting.

Who is the course for?

  • directors
  • executive board members
  • non-executive directors 
  • compliance officers
  • general counsel 
  • senior management 

What does the course offer:

Participants will: 

  • Be brought rapidly up to speed on the key legal compliance and best practice requirementsunder climate change legislation and human rights legislation (UK with reference to global requirements) 
  • Understand how to approach  ESG governance requirements
  • Explain a range of sources in identifying ESG risks 
  • Identify business impact arising from ESG risk  
  • Explain director's obligations with reference to the director's duties
  • Describe circumstances where there are breaches of a director's duty in the context of ESG  risk
  • Understand what a 'duty of care' encompasses
  • Explain why disclosure is critical 
  • Identify critical elements of  ESG due diligence 

Who will deliver the course? 

The course is facilitated by Colleen Theron, CEO of Ardea International and a tri-qualified lawyer. 

 


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Ardea International

Ardea International is a specialist sustainability, business and human rights consultancy, with expertise on modern slavery. We harness our legal expertise to deliver expert advice, training and resources to organisations seeking strategic or operational change in line with their business objectives. We help organisations achieve legal compliance and develop best practice in sustainability, business and human rights and addressing modern slavery risk to become more resiliant. 

Our clients vary from small companies to FTSE 100 companies. We work internationally. 

We are passionate about the principles that sustainability are built on. Our sustainability and code of practice can be found on our website. 

 

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