Sustainability is becoming increasingly important. In an era defined by climate change, the Paris Agreement and new social relationships, sustainability affects every aspect of our working environments and personal interactions. Frankfurt School’s seminars and certification courses, delivered in either English or German, focus on the latest emerging markets and renewable energy finance, covering various financing models, cash-flow projections, profitability and microfinance concepts. Our CPD courses also address leadership competences, operational health management (OHM) – which is a key factor in long-term business success.
The FS Sustainable World Academy (SWA) offers professional and executive courses dedicated to the advancement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our courses do not offer lofty phrases, but hand-on skills on how to finance and manage a better future for all. We offer our courses in English, German, French, Spanish, Russian and Turkish - in both online and on campus formats. For more information, please visit us here.
For example, our e-campus programme “Certified Expert in Agricultural Finance” teaches participants the intellectual tools to promote the eradication of poverty (SDG 1), zero hunger (SDG 2), responsible consumption (SDG 12) and better life on land (SDG 15) by providing small agri-businesses with access to finance. This course, like all others offered by the Sustainable World Academy, is inspired by Frankfurt School’s unusual dual experience as a provider of technical assistance, and of course a research hub.
Course Portfolio contributes to SDGs
Our courses are clustered under 6 different topics – MSME Finance, Green Finance, Risk and Treasury, Agricultural Finance, Leadership & Management and Digital Transformation. We also offer customized programs based on your and your staff’s specific needs in order to build an advanced skillset with sustainability in foreground. Below, you can find the list of programs in each of our clusters.
All our courses contribute to the following three SDGs – Goal 4 (Quality Education), Goal 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth) and Goal 17 ( Partnerships for Goals).
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