Sustainability Training

Navigating today’s sustainable landscape is a common interest for all members of the workforce. Paia’s sustainability trainings prepare employers and employees for the green transformation in all parts of the economy whether it be green supply chain and sustainable procurement, or carbon markets and climate strategy. Students and enthusiasts will also benefit from knowing the latest developments in ever-evolving sustainable world. Upskill and develop your sustainability acumen with our public training courses.

This course will help you and your organisation to develop a roadmap to integrate sustainability into your procurement processes and supply chain management strategies, in order to further your sustainability goals and meet the requirements of customers, investors and reporting standards. You will learn about the most importance standards, tools and approaches for sustainable supply chain management in a hands-on way, combined with sharing of best practice in effective supply chain sustainability. [Read More]

Paia’s Sustainability Reporting Course is run by practitioners with over 20 years experience in sustainability reporting. This is a practical course, detailing what sustainability reporting is, explaining what the frameworks are (GRI, Integrated Reporting & SASB), what is required by SGX and will work through the key steps to producing a sustainability report. Over 2,000 participants have attended Paia’s training, many sending colleagues for future runs. Limited spaces – Register today. [Read More]

There is a mounting expectation on businesses to better manage their emissions and take progressive actions on climate change. With many frameworks, guidelines and regulations that are constantly evolving, managing GHG emissions for an organization, large or small, can be a complex and daunting task. [Read More]

In this course, we will introduce climate change fundamentals and the global and local regulatory and industry landscapes of climate action and carbon management. Through clear, relevant examples and case studies, we will deep dive into various steps and strategies of carbon management. [Read More]

Paia will be running an in-person GRESB Real Estate Assessment training in Singapore, which online participants can also join. Similar to GRESB’s online training, the in-person training is designed to support participants reporting to the 2021 Real Estate Assessment. It is suitable for new participants reporting to the GRESB Real Estate Assessment and for existing participants who would like a refresher on the reporting process.

Why Choose Paia?

We have practical experience. In less than a year since the Framework was released, we were engaged to work with four local organisations on related projects – the Singapore Exchange (SGX), City Developments Limited (CDL), Maritime Port Authority (MPA) and a local bank listed on the Straits Times Index. We also worked with many clients who are quietly embedding considerations.

We produce award-winning reports. MPA won the Singapore Apex CSR Award and two other awards based on their report. CDL’s report was shortlisted for prestigious global Ethical Corporation’s Best CR Report Award. Gold winners for Singapore Corporate Awards Best Annual Report (>$1bn category) since 2011 have been Paia’s clients.

We understand the local context. We have been established since 2002 in Singapore, and understand the synergies and obstacles with other regulatory reporting requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

HOW DOES THE SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING COURSE DIFFER FROM GRI’S CERTIFIED TRAINING?

Paia’s training is delivered by individuals who have unparalleled depth of hands on expertise in reporting locally. GRI has changed their certification programme, such that participants can self learn through the GRI academy.  Paia’s training is focused on training participants how to do sustainability reports, from firsthand experience and is more pragmatic on how to go about reporting.  Our training focuses on GRI, but also covers SASB and Integrated Reporting, as we find most clients want a more holistic overview of reporting, beyond just GRI.