1-Day GRI Transition to Standards Training: Transitioning from G4 to GRI Standards

2018 Training Dates:

January 29, 2018
March 19, 2018
April 24, 2018
May 7, 2018
June 14, 2018

Training Schedule:

8:30am - 5:00pm, with a 30-minute lunch break (lunch is provided)


KERAMIDA Inc., 401 N. College Ave., Indianapolis, IN  46202

Registration Fees:

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Course Details:

The Global Reporting Initiative Transition Training to GRI Standards course is a one-day, 8-hour course which will help existing reporters transition an existing or past report to the GRI Standards framework. This course is ideal for participants who are already familiar with Sustainability Reporting and may have participated in compiling a GRI report in a generational (G3, G4) format.

“Sustainability Reporting Training: GRI Transition to Standards Training Course (8 hour)”

Course materials printed and copyright-protected by Stitching Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and KERAMIDA Inc.


Certified Trainer:
Pamela Griesemer, M.S., LEED GA, ENV SP, FSA
Vice President, Sustainability Services

For more information please contact Pamela Griesemer at pg@keramida.com.

Sustainability Reporting Training Participant Reviews:

The training provided information that will help me provide stronger counsel to my clients on their CSR reporting and helped clarify how each step of the process is critical for the next step.
— Sustainability Reporting Training Participant
Thank you so much for the superb and complimentary training. Very informative and helpful. You have a wonderful team.
— Partner at Major DC Law Firm (GRI Reporting Training)
The presenters were incredibly knowledgeable, friendly, and interesting. I definitely would take training courses from them again in the future.
— Sustainability Reporting Training Participant
Keramida provided some of the best training that I have received in my 20 year career.
— Sustainability Reporting Training Participant
Monday and Tuesday were very rewarding. You have been most helpful, going way beyond my expectations. I believe I am also able to explain the process and scoring to the others in my team to ensure performance at the plant level consistent with the vision of our company. I will also be following up with KERAMIDA regarding upcoming needs, particularly as we reach to achieve compliance to the new silica standard within the casting division.
— Regional Sustainability Manager (Autoparts Castings Manufacturer)