Sustainability Management

Solsticeworks launched The Accountability Project (TAP) in 2003 to provide professional licensed training in sustainability management, reporting and assurance. From a single day course, the TAP program grew to a comprehensive multi-day Sustainability Management Course offered in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver, Canada. TAP partners Solsticeworks and InterPraxis trained more than 500 managers and executives from Canadian and international companies and received high praise for the course content, interactive exercises and the professional delivery. The TAP program is now managed directly by Solsticeworks.

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Courses cover:

  • Day 1 Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility
  • Day 2 Stakeholder engagement
  • Day 3 Sustainability Reporting
  • Day 4 Integrating and Embedding Sustainability
  • Day 5 Master Class Case Study

Our courses cover the sustainability standards and frameworks you need most. Learn more about these courses here.

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In House Sustainability Workshops

Solsticeworks delivers training for specialized groups by adapting materials or working with customized content. Since November 2015, Solsticeworks has contributed to and delivered CPA Canada’s own member education on climate change adaptation to groups in BC, Ontario and PEI.

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Climate change teaching cases for professionals

Solsticeworks President Susan Todd has teamed up with retired Metrolinx CFO Robert Siddall to develop a series of climate change case studies for use in teaching or training courses. The case centres on a fictional transit agency, Smoky River Transit. Versions have been developed for accountants and for project managers.

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Other Education Programs

Solsticeworks Principal Susan Todd is a Visiting Instructor in the SFU Beedie School of Business undergraduate program in May 2017. Susan has also instructed at the UBC Summer Institute in Sustainability, the SFU City Program, the University of Alberta and as a guest lecturer for various classes.