E-Learning Course on Managing Environmental and Social Performance
Take this course and learn how you can help your clients manage their environmental and social risks, thereby having a positive impact on their bottom line, reputation and development impact.
The course consists of four 15-minute modules within a single container module. At the end of each module, you will need to answer at least 4 out of 6 questions correctly to receive your certificate of completion.
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Updated Sustainability Training and E-Learning Program (STEP)
This program has been designed for managers and staff of financial institutions (FIs) including banks, private equity funds, leasing companies and microfinance institutions and is available in English, French and Russian. STEP is based on the face to face Competitive Business Advantage (CBA) training which IFC has been offering to financial institutions since 1997. This e-training represents the next generation of products designed to help financial institutions better understand sustainable finance, social and environmental risk management and explore sustainability-related business opportunities.
It will take you approximately 3 hours to complete the training. The bookmarking capability of this training will enable you to proceed at your own pace. You will be able to stop at any time and then begin where you left off at a later time. At the end of the training you will receive a certificate of completion.
If you have any questions or feedback, please email AskSustainability@ifc.org
The Business Case for Corporate Governance
IFC's Corporate Governance Unit runs regular training workshops on the IFC Corporate Governance Methodology. These trainings are case study based, using real examples of recent IFC investments.
Corporate Governance Training for IFC-Nominated Directors
The Corporate Governance Unit conducts two training sessions a year on corporate governance for the cadre of IFC-nominated directors. The training curriculum is designed for both IFC staff and outside consultants who serve as IFC-nominated directors on corporate boards of IFC clients.
IFC's Approach to Governance and Shareholder Rights
This is an interactive two-hour long class which is a part of the Credit/Advanced Credit Issues Course held by the IFC's Credit Department for new investment officers and analysts and senior level staff.