Training workshops

ISEAL’s experts deliver interactive, example-based training workshops several times a year.

Workshops take place in different locations around the world, and are open to everyone working with or interested in standards. ISEAL members and subscribers benefit from exclusive discounts.

ISEAL workshops include:

Sustainability Standards Essentials

This training workshop provides participants with a thorough understanding of how to develop and deliver credible and effective sustainability standards systems, as well as introducing new thinking and innovations from the field. 

30 April San Francisco - Learn more and sign up now

3 May London - Learn more and sign up now

22 May São Paulo - Learn more and sign up now

Further dates and locations for 2018, TBC. 

It's all about Impacts:  monitoring, evaluation and learning for standards

This workshop will guide you in building the foundations of a robust M&E system. Through informative presentations and practical exercises, we will explore the value of M&E, the key elements of an M&E system and how M&E relates to an organisation’s wider strategy. Participants will learn the basics of the Theory of Change, how to structure data collection activities and develop appropriate M&E indicators, how performance M&E can add value, and tips on becoming a learning organisation.

4 May London - Learn more and sign up now

Further dates and locations for 2018, TBC. 

The Future of Assurance: models for sustainability standards

Assurance is evolving due to increased collaboration among sustainability organisations and the growing availability of information and new technologies which enable alternatives to audits. Traditional assurance has focused on effective management and oversight of the entities and processes that make up credible certification and verification. But what if collaboration and sustainability data could fuel more effective and efficient assurance models? What does this mean for your assurance programme? This workshop will explore how traditional assurance approaches are evolving as a result of current trends and new tools. We will review the requirements of the revised Assurance Code and how they can support your assurance programme. 

1 May San Francisco - Learn more and sign up now

22 May São Paulo - Learn more and sign up now

Further dates and locations for 2018, TBC.