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Beta testing of the globally recognized ISSP Sustainability Professional Certification Program has been reopened due to high demand among sustainability professionals interested in helping to validate the exam and test the certification process.
The names of the first group of more than 130 sustainability professionals who have successfully qualified for ISSP-SA designation have also been published. Congratulations to our first cohort!
Congratulations to the more than 50 people in the first group to earn the ISSP Certified Sustainability Professional (ISSP-CSP) designation. As part of the world’s first globally recognized certification program for sustainability professionals, members of this inaugural cohort of ISSP-CSPs have successfully demonstrated a combination of sustainability-related work experience, formal education, recommendations from their peers and have also achieved a passing grade on both the ISSP Sustainability Associate (ISSP-SA) and ISSP Certified Sustainability Professional (ISSP-CSP) tests. Earlier this year, we honored the first group of more than 130 sustainability professionals who successfully qualified for ISSP-SA designation. Cheers to all !!!
ISSP’s Stakeholder Engagement Strategies course is designed to provide the sustainability professional, at any level, insights into how to mainstream stakeholder support, identify new relationships and reduce conflict and risk. Explore and understand more effectively how to develop a well-rounded approach to stakeholder engagement by successfully integrating corporate social responsibility into your sustainability programs. Three subject matter experts - Kathryn Cooper, Wendy Firlotte, and Robb Dods - will cover stakeholder engagement from the Community, Employee, and Sustainable Procurement points of views. You will benefit greatly from the range of effective strategies to help you involve wider stakeholder support. Learn more!
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