BBP Real Estate ESG Training – Elective Module:
Delivering Positive Real World Outcomes Through Social Value & Impact Strategies
Incorporate effective and credible approaches to both social value and social impact across the real estate lifecycle
This module focuses on key principles, frameworks and approaches relating to the realisation of social value and the definition and optimisation of social impact goals. It will include discussion of emerging definitions of Social Value and Social Impact, the key principles and frameworks which can be used to guide the delivery of social value and impact through the investment lifecycle. It includes a particular focus on the practical use of theories of change and impact measurement and management methodologies.
On completion of the course, participants will:
- Be able to describe and critique commonly used definitions and frameworks for Social Value & Impact.
- Be able to apply best practice guidance for impact investment to real estate investment strategies
- Develop and use theories of change to help focus fund or asset level strategies on delivery of positive social outcomes
- Be able to articulate the relationship between risk-adjusted return and the delivery of social value and impact
All elective training modules have been designed as supplementary to the BBP ESG for Real Estate Professionals Course, and are open and available to those who have completed the core modules on the Asset Owners & Managers Pathway or the Advisors Pathway, or are due to complete them by their elective module dates. Those would like to register for this module without completing the BBP ESG For Real Estate Professionals core modules first, should contact BBPCourse@Hillbreak.com to discuss eligibility requirements.
For more information regarding eligibility for the BBP ESG For Real Estate Professionals course, please view the course page.
Having completed the core modules in the BBP ESG For Real Estate Professionals course, participants are now invited to enrol on a selection of brand new elective modules focusing on specific key topics.
Following enrolment, the elective module will appear on the participant’s dashboard on the newly reconfigured Hillbreak Learning Hub where they will find all the course materials. The live teaching sessions for the elective modules last 2 hours each.
Participants will join fellow professionals from peer organisations in groups of up to 20.
Course Dates and Registration
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. The BBP and Hillbreak reserve the right to reject booking requests from individuals that do not fall into eligible categories.
|Group||Module 1 Date||Registration Status|
|Q1 2023 SVI||TBA||Registration Pending|
|Q2 2023 SVI||TBA||Registration Pending|
|Q3 2023 SVI||TBA||Registration Pending|
|Q4 2023 SVI||TBA||Registration Pending|
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.
Some booking terms
Full terms and conditions of registration are provided at the point of booking.
If you wish to cancel your place on the course you may do so by providing us with notice by email to BBPcourse@hillbreak.com or telephone to 0333 5050 606 at any time up until 30 days prior to the date of your live session and the BBP will provide a full refund of the course fees paid or (if you so request) use all reasonable efforts to transfer your booking to an alternative course date in the future.
If you wish to cancel or withdraw from the course at any time after 30 days prior to the date of your first course module, you shall not be entitled to any refund of course fees paid and /or will still be liable for any outstanding fees to be paid. However, if you provide us with notice 10 working days or more prior to the date of your first course module, we will use all reasonable efforts to transfer your booking to an alternative course date in the future.