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Introduction to Social Performance Practice

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18 July 2022onlineCertified as NQF Level 611 July 202216 HoursR 8,500

Course Overview

INSPIRE’s Introduction to Social Performance Practice course will equip participants with an understanding of the nature and breadth of Social Performance in the renewable energy sector.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to position the function and value of social performance within the business. They will also increase their knowledge of the tools available for improved social performance management. The course and case studies will equip course participants with an understanding of existing and emerging social performance expectations in the renewable energy sector. Participants will gain enough knowledge and skills to evaluate risk, develop workplace responses, execution, assurance and monitoring.

Course Pricing:
R 8 500

(NGO and group discount rates available, please contact us for more information)

Who should attend?

Economic development and social performance practitioners and consultants working  in the renewable energy sector.

Course structure

Two-day course delivered in-person, comprising eight topics as follows:

  • Introduction to Social Performance
  • Managing Social Performance within an organisation
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Understanding Impacts
  • Understanding Risks
  • Approaches for Managing Impacts and Risks
  • Socio-Economic Benefit Delivery
  • Monitoring and Evaluation

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    About this Course

    This course has been developed by Synergy Global Consulting and is delivered in partnership with the Wits Mining Institute.

    Disclaimer: This project is made possible by the support of the American People through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents of this project are the sole responsibility of the Initiative for Social Performance in Renewable Energy (INSPIRE) and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.