Sustainability Training

We offer different types of Sustainability training to suit your needs. Paia has been successfully running sustainability courses in SE Asia since 2002.

Advanced Materiality

18 August 2017 | $250

A materiality process is used to identify and prioritize the most relevant and significant environmental, economic, social and governance risks and opportunities from the perspective of the reporting organisation and its stakeholders. The Advanced Materiality Report is a very relevant course for organisations who have embarked on their sustainability reporting journey and are keen to enhance their materiality by taking things up a notch. [Read More]

Learn how to manage your supply chain more responsibly whilst fulfilling the reporting requirements. You will learn about business drivers, stakeholder expectations, tools and approaches in a hands-on way, how to integrate sustainable purchasing policies into your business strategy combined with sharing of best practice in effective supply chain sustainability. [Read More]

Write your Sustainability Report in-house with our specially designed Toolkit, compliant with SGX Sustainability Reporting guidelines. Our Toolkit includes a 32 page Handbook written by Paia, Reporting Tools & Templates to get you started and a special 1 day training to help you through it all. [Read More]

SIGN UP 4 weeks in Advance to enjoy an early bird discount of 30%.
$3,360 ~ $4,800 for 1st participant | $840 ~ $1,200 for subsequent participant from the same company 

Stakeholder Engagement along with Materiality is one of the key building blocks of a good Sustainability Report. The course focuses on analysing the business case for stakeholder engagement, mapping the key areas in the successful engagement cycle. The course is ideal for those new to stakeholder management, or those who wish to strengthen their stakeholder engagement skills. [Read More]

Sustainability Reporting 2 Day Course

19 & 20 October 2017 | 6 & 7 December 2017 | $950

SGX have rolled out their Sustainability Reporting Guidelines for all listed companies. This course details what sustainability reporting is, what the frameworks (GRI G4, Integrated Reporting & SASB) are, and will work through the key steps to producing a sustainability report. Paia has been running these courses in Singapore since 2002 and many of those attending have successfully gone on to produce sustainability reports as a direct result of this course. Limited spaces – Register today. [Read More]

Paia’s Knowledge Building Series are capacity building courses that focus on some of the high-risk topics identified by the World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2017. The WEF Report identifies a cluster of interconnected environment-related risks – including extreme weather events, climate change and water crises, which have consistently featured among the top-ranked global risks for the past seven editions of The Global Risks Report. This course focuses on how climate change and the risk is poses to your organisations continued business model. [Read More]

Coming in 2018

As more organisations adopt the SDGs globally, the impetus on corporations to report non-financial information in the context of broader societal goals increases.

The SDGs & Sustainability Strategy training session will provide participants with a strategic approach and practical knowledge on how to adopt, align and integrate the 17 SDGs into their Economic, Environmental, Social and Governance material issues, and ultimately into their organisation’s overall sustainability / business strategy. [Read More]

This interactive workshop is taught by working climate reporting professionals with in-depth knowledge of the CDP and decades of experience in carbon management and reporting across a variety of sectors. [More information to come]

Paia’s Knowledge Building Series are courses that focus on some of the high-risk topics identified by the World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2017. The first course in this series will focus on the issue of Water Risk, and how it can affect organisations. From a reporting point of view, this course will zoom in on how participants can lead their organisations to better manage water usage, track data points and reduce the water impacts of their operations. [Read More]

Integrated reporting is the latest development in corporate reporting that promises to improve disclosure, while “enhancing the way organisations think, plan and report”.

At the end of the half-day intensive training, you will:
– Appreciate Integrated Reporting’s role and its benefits in the evolution of corporate reporting, globally and in the Singapore context
– Understand the link between integrated thinking and Integrated Reporting
– Understand International Framework: Fundamental Concepts, 7 Guiding Principles & 8 Content Elements [Read More]

The Global Reporting Initiative has updated its G4 guideline to the “Sustainability Reporting Standard” (SRS) in October 2016, to what will become the leading Sustainability Reporting Standard globally.

We invite you to join Paia’s Breakfast Briefing (with time for refreshments and networking). You will be guided through the benefits of reporting with the new Standards, and introduced to their structure and content, highlighting the changes from the G4 Guidelines. Registration is now open; admission is free so book early to secure your place. [Read More]

Knowledge Building Series – Sustainability Data Management for Reporting

No longer accepting registrations. Email us if you wish to be notified of the next run.

Frequently Asked Questions


Paia’s training is delivered by individuals who have unparalleled depth of hands on expertise in reporting locally. To note, GRI’s certified training does not require the trainer to have ever worked on a sustainability report. The GRI certified training is focused around communicating GRI’s Guidelines. The key difference to our training is that we focus on the practical application of those guidelines, based on our Singapore team’s experience of having worked on over 120 sustainability reports. Each of Paia’s lead trainers has personally worked on at least 25 sustainability reporting projects, so our training shares practical guidance on how to actually apply the guidelines in practice. Of SGX’s 24 Sustainability Leaders, 14 worked with Paia.

Please also note that our understanding is that GRI’s certified training leads to a certification of attendance. If attendees then want to become certified to GRI they must sit a separate exam with additional fees applicable.




It is relevant to for all companies. It is targeted towards listed companies who wish to write their reporting in-house. Any company that wishes to maximise the opportunities posed by sustainability would also find it relevant.


This is far more than just training; it is a Handbook to guide companies through how to do a sustainability report and be SGX compliant. The Handbook is based on our expertise working on over 120 sustainability reporting projects and simplifies the whole process for companies looking to comply with the reporting requirements.