BBP Real Estate ESG Focus Session: Using ESG Data
Using ESG Data To Mitigate Investment Risk And Optimise Performance
Improve ESG data collection, management and analytical practices to inform better property investment decision-making and greater transparency
This Focus Session gives real estate professionals insight into the challenging but vital area of ESG and sustainability data. Data is about real performance, not just hoped-for outcomes. Good quality data is surprisingly hard to get, but with it, and the right approach to analysis (including benchmarking) and target-setting, we can properly test, monitor, improve and disclose. Data bridges and connects strategy with implementation.
On completion of the course, participants will have:
- An appreciation of the crucial role that the ‘data bedrock’ plays in sustainability strategies, implementation and reporting
- Awareness of the fundamentals of data management and performance measurement, as well as its pitfalls and how to avoid them
- Knowledge of the different kinds of ESG data and KPIs
- Experience of how benchmarking (such as REEB) are used to inform effective performance management and inform target-setting
- A sound understanding of setting effective targets
- Awareness of the importance of presentation and data visualisation
- An appreciation of the future of ESG data and performance monitoring
All Focus Sessions 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 programme.
Those who would like to register for this focus session without completing the Core Programme first, should complete the Self-Assessment Quiz to ensure they possess sufficient existing knowledge of ESG in a Real Estate context.
This Focus Session consists of 2 hours of live teaching and a small amount of pre-course learning.
Participants will join fellow professionals from peer organisations in groups of up to 20.
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.
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.