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Future Skills Short Course

Sustainability and climate-related financial reporting: ISSB, ASRS and beyond

The finance, risk and sustainability professionals of the future.

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Time commitment
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In recent years, the sustainability and climate-related reporting landscape has significantly shifted, creating new obligations for organisations both globally and locally.

With the introduction of the International Sustainability Standards Board's IFRS S1 and IFRS S2 (ISSB), and draft Australian Sustainability Reporting Standards (ASRS), companies are under increasing pressure to respond to and act upon the reporting mandates. The standards are asking organisations to consider the impact of their climate-related and sustainability risks and opportunities on their financial performance, both now and in the future. They are designed to create consistency, transparency and accountability for climate-related reporting. 

Deloitte and RMIT Online have designed this course to empower you to identify risks, unearth opportunities, and devise strategies that tackle financial and climate sustainability challenges head-on. Prepare to thrive amidst a changing landscape with a course that lays the groundwork for understanding and navigating evolving sustainability and climate-related standards. 

This course has been developed to align with the four key pillars of the climate and sustainability standards:

  • Governance: the governance processes, controls and procedures the entity uses to monitor and manage sustainability-related risks and opportunities.  
  • Strategy: the approach the entity uses to manage sustainability-related risks and opportunities. 
  • Risk management: the processes the entity uses to identify, assess, prioritise and monitor sustainability-related risks and opportunities.  
  • Metrics and targets: the entity’s performance in relation to sustainability-related risks and opportunities, including progress towards any targets the entity has set or is required to meet by law or regulation. 


Course overview

Learn more about our Sustainability and climate-related financial reporting: ISSB, ASRS and beyond course in the video below.

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Course structure

  • Outline the rationale and requirements of sustainability and climate-related reporting standards
  • Identify the actions an organisation must take to meet these standards, and what capabilities the organisation will require to perform them 

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Chi Mun Woo
Chi Mun Woo Climate and Sustainability Partner at Deloitte

Chi is a climate and sustainability Partner at Deloitte, with over 25 years of international experience in advising and engaging with a range of private and public sector organisations on sustainability issues and strategies, management systems, performance measurement, benchmarking and reporting and assurance. Over the years, Chi has been involved

Amanda Vukovic
Amanda Vukovic Climate and Sustainability Director at Deloitte

Amanda is a climate and sustainability Director at Deloitte, with extensive experience providing advisory services to clients from Not-for-Profit to large ASX listed and multi-national firms. Amanda has worked across a range of industries assisting clients with strategy, impact assessments, roadmaps to net zero, scope 3 financed emissions and reporting

Paul Dobson
Paul Dobson Climate and Sustainability Partner at Deloitte

Paul is a climate and sustainability Partner at Deloitte with over 23 years of experience working with a diverse range of clients across different sectors. He has extensive experience supporting clients implement leading sustainability frameworks over many years including the TCFD, GRI and now ISSB and CSRD. He has deep

Jacquie Fegent – McGeachie
Jacquie Fegent – McGeachie Climate and Sustainability Partner at Deloitte

Jacquie is a climate and sustainability Partner at Deloitte and is one of the firm's lead Partners on sustainability reporting. Jacquie works with boards and management teams to prepare organisations for the significant ESG regulatory changes underway including the application of leading standards and frameworks. Jacquie believes in using the

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