This Week's News
Head Back to School with ISSP's Fall Courses
ISSP is proud to announce a full suite of Fall courses aimed at enhancing the skills and knowledge that needed to make sustainability standard practice. Join us for interactive, live-online courses featuring expert instructors and highly applicable material designed for practicing and aspiring sustainability professionals. ISSP members can register for as little as $25, and ISSP-SA and ISSP-CSP credential holders can be eligible to earn continuing education units. Click the links below for more info or check out our complete calendar of events.
Starts September 5. Join instructor Marsha Willard as we walk through the steps of creating a comprehensive sustainability plan, from justification for your sustainability efforts through impacts assessment and determination of reporting metrics.
September 14 (one day only). Join Bob Willard for a comprehensive walk-through of the Sustainability ROI Workbook, a compelling cost-benefit analysis toolset for any sustainability proposal.
Starts October 2. Join Dorothy Atwood for an in-depth primer on developing sustainability management systems, and learn practical methods to solidify and advance sustainability efforts by applying proven management system tools, practices and competencies.
Starts November 6. Bob Willard returns for an extensive workshop focused on leveraging leadership practices to ensuring successful sustainability initiatives.
A new Leadership Team has been elected by the ISSP Board of Directors. The new officers assume their roles as ISSP continues to grow the ISSP Sustainability Professional Certification Program and increase its capacity through partnerships with Organizational Members and Education Partners. Rob Andrejewski, ISSP-SA, Director of Sustainability at University of Richmond, Richmond, VA is now President of ISSP for the current 2017-2018 fiscal year. Read more here.
ISSP has announced a partnership with Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability (ACTS), a non-profit member based organization representing higher and further education institutions throughout Australia, New Zealand and surrounding region. The agreement serves as the basis for a working relationship which will make it easier and more affordable for ISSP and ACTS members to gain access to the other organization’s benefits and offers. Read more here.
Applications are now being accepted for the ISSP Certified Sustainability Professional (ISSP-CSP) credential exam. As part of the world’s first globally recognized certification program for sustainability professionals, ISSP-CSP designation recognizes candidates who have demonstrated a combination of sustainability-related work experience and formal education, provided recommendations from their peers, and have achieved a passing grade on both the ISSP Sustainability Associate (ISSP-SA) and ISSP Certified Sustainability Professional (ISSP-CSP) credential exams. Learn more and register here.
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