Background and Overview
Following strong early demand for the Better Buildings Partnership ESG Training for Real Estate Professionals, delivered by Hillbreak, we are pleased to confirm that the second wave of course dates are now open for registration (dates listed below).
The development of this ground-breaking industry skills development programme was initiated and supported by BBP members Hammerson, Nuveen Real Estate, Legal & General Investment Management and LaSalle Investment Management, with additional support from Derwent London, Great Portland Estates, Logicor, Picton, Royal London Asset Management and Savills Investment Management. All of these funding partners will be participating in the course in the furtherance of their responsible and sustainable investment activities and programmes.
The training has been designed especially for real estate professionals working within an investment and asset management context, including those working for equity or debt fund management and investment advisory institutions, Real Estate Investment Trusts and private property companies. It is open and applicable to those based in the UK and mainland Europe in the following roles:
- Equity and debt fund managers
- Portfolio and asset managers
- Investment/ transaction managers
- Development managers
- Investor Relations specialists
- Product development and distribution specialists, especially those looking to incorporate ESG characteristics into new or existing funds
- Real estate finance professionals, including Relationship Managers, and analysts
Hillbreak, the BBP and the funding partners are currently developing the programme with the first wave of participants due to commence the training from June 2021. Participants will join fellow professionals from peer organisations in groups of around 20, with an absolute maximum of 25 in each.
Full course details, including the Learning Outcomes and Course Agenda, can be found in the prospectus below.
The short video below outlines the learning journey that course participants will embark upon.
Course Dates & Registration
The first wave of course dates is as follows:
|Group||Module 1 Date||Module 2 Date||Registration Status|
|Group 1||22 June 2021 (09:00-13:00)||14 July 2021 (13:30-17:30)||SOLD OUT|
|Group 2||23 June 2021 (13:30-17:30)||15 July 2021 (09:00-13:00)||SOLD OUT|
|Group 3||6 July 2021 (09:00-13:00)||5 August 2021 (09:00-13:00)||SOLD OUT|
|Group 4||2 September 2021 (09:00-13:00)||5 October 2021 (09:00-13:00)||SOLD OUT|
|Group 5||22 September 2021 (13:30-17:30)||13 October 2021 (13:30-17:30)||SOLD OUT|
|Group 6||6 October 2021 (09:00-13:00)||2 November 2021 (09:00-13:00)||SOLD OUT|
|Group 7||18 November 2021 (13:30-17:30)||14 December 2021 (13:30-17:30)||Proceed to Booking|
Demand is expected to be high, so please book early to avoid disappointment. Please note that the course has been developed to fulfil a particular industry skills development need and is intended for the audience set out above and in the course prospectus document. The BBP and Hillbreak reserve the right to reject booking requests from individuals or organisations that do not fall into eligible role categories, including, for example those in ESG and sustainability consultancy roles.
Expressions of Interest & Queries
If you wish to submit an Expression of Interest for the course without proceeding directly to registration, please complete the form below. You will be added to our database of interested parties to whom announcements on future course dates and registration openings will be confirmed ahead of the wider market.
If you have any queries regarding the training, please contact us at BBPcourse@hillbreak.com and we’ll respond as soon as we can.