We would like to invite you and your colleagues to participate in our program of three Integrated
Reporting Master Classes. These Master Classes will get you up to speed on the latest ins and
outs of Integrated Reporting. They will enable you to discuss your organization’s Integrated Reporting
with peers and experts in the various fields of Integrated Reporting.
The three Master Classes focus on improving both the quality of your reporting as well as improving
your reporting processes, by incorporating three fundamental concepts, the three Ms:
Materiality: How do you determine what is really relevant to stakeholders and important for the long
term business success of your organization? And how does this relate to the value creation process
of your organization?
Measurement: How are you going to measure the performance on material topics? And what does
it mean to measure and report on social-economic outcomes? What is the best way to report on
Management: How can you manage the performance on material topics and how can you structure
the reporting processes and systems efficiently?
At each Master Class renowned guest speakers and topic experts will share their extensive knowledge
and experiences. Furthermore, case studies and best practices ensure the Master Classes are practical
and will enable you to implement and improve the Integrated Reporting of your organization.
After these sessions you will be able to:
These sessions are of interest to those involved in the strategy and reporting processes
of the organization, such as reporting directors, internal auditors, communication managers,
sustainability managers and investor relations.
The Master Classes are facilitated by Robert van der Laan and Anouk Wentink.
Both have been involved in the development of the new G4 guidelines, the execution
of the Dutch Transparency Benchmark and the latest developments with respect to
Integrated Reporting. Their specific knowledge of sustainability and integrated reporting
as well as their practical experience allow for an optimal result.
Each Master Class focusses on a different concept. The programme for each session will be fully geared towards that concept. The training session starts at 15.00 and ends at 18.30
with a drinks reception and snacks.
Master Class 1: Materiality - 14 May 2014:
The Dutch Association of Investors for Sustainable Development (VBDO) works to create a sustainable capital market, a market that considers not only the financial criteria but also the non-financial, social and environmental criteria. VBDO's vision is to increase sustainability awareness among companies and investors. VBDO will share their views on materiality from an investors perspective.
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is a leading organization in the sustainability field. GRI promotes the use of sustainability reporting as a way for organizations to become more sustainable and contribute to sustainable development. GRI will share their views on materiality as the fundamental concept in their sustainability reporting guidelines.
Textiles technology group Royal Ten Cate is a multinational company which develops and produces solutions which are sold worldwide for the protection of people and their working and living environment.
Jaap de Carpentier Wolf - Corporate Communications will share practical insights and lessons learned with regards to TenCate's materiality assessment.
Master Class 2: Measurement - 4 June 2014:
Tom Beagent from PwC is an international expert on Total Impact Measurement and Management. Amongst others he has worked with PUMA to develop the world’s first Environmental Profit & Loss statement.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is the world’s largest and oldest global environmental organization. Daan Wensing is head of unit Natural Capital and Value Chains and manager Leaders for Nature. He will share initiatives and experiences with regards to measuring natural capital.
Master Class 3: Management - 17 September 2014:
PwC and Nyenrode Business University
Nyenrode is the only private university in the Netherlands. Nyenrode’s ambition is to deepen the knowledge of our internationally oriented, carefully selected students towards sustainable leaders, robust accountants and agile and creative entrepreneurs. Jacques de Swart will share his ideas and experience of how we can use data to make better informed decisions, for example through sustainable business modelling.
The training session starts at 15.00 and ends at 18.30 with a drinks reception and snacks.
The training courses of the Academy meet the requirements for Permanent Education of the NBA.
By completing the Master Classes, accountants receive 9 PE-hours. The certificate will be provided upon completion of the training.
By completing the Master Classes, registered controllers receive 9 PE-points. The certificate will be provided upon completion of the training.
EUR 895 (excluding VAT) for the three Master Class sessions. This includes training material, lunch and a drinks reception.
Subscription is valid for two persons: one person attending all three sessions and (depending on the subject matter) invites one of his/her colleagues to join that specific Master Class.
We will send you a confirmation of your subscription and provide you with additional information regarding the training.
Do you wish to attend the Master Classes with multiple participants or do you require a training tailored to the needs of your organisation? Please let us know. We are happy to discuss you specific training needs and design a training session that suits you. Please feel free to contact the Academy to discuss the possibilities.