This is a CORE course within the IS for Professionals Pathway. Following completion of IS Rating Skills learners can undertake a STANDARD course to obtain ISAP accreditation.
This two-day course will provide participants with the ability to plan for and implement successful sustainability initiatives that drive outcomes. At the end of this course learners will be able to formulate BAU assumptions to develop a Base Case and assess materiality of IS credits as they apply to their project.
Self-paced introduction modules explore the foundations of Infrastructure sustainability and the IS Rating Scheme. This is followed by two collaborative facilitated sessions in which learners will, explore risks, opportunities, and real project examples of delivering sustainable outcomes. Discuss with likeminded individuals how to implement best practice principles and tools to achieve and drive sustainability outcomes.
This course alone does not offer the participant ISAP Accreditation.
Learners must undertake one of both additional STANDARD courses to obtain ISAP accreditation.
- Introduction to Infrastructure Sustainability, and the ISC.
- The IS Rating Scheme and whole of life outlook.
- Key roles and components within an IS rating.
IS Rating Skills
- Barriers faced in sustainability
- The business case for sustainability
- Importance of collaboration
- Managing a rating and setting up for success
- Exploring the Materiality Assessment
- Case Study
- Base Case explained
- Base Case application
Participants will gain access to pre course materials 7 days prior to the first facilitated session.
Pre course materials include:
- IS Foundations elearning
- Rating scheme background
IS Rating Skills, facilitated sessions will be hosted on Zoom, Meeting links will become available on the completion of pre-course work.
Facilitated sessions commence at 9am and conclude at 1pm each day.
IS Rating Skills is a core module in the IS for Professionals pathway.
Following completion of IS Rating Skills learners can undertake a standard component to obtain ISAP accreditation.
There are no prerequisites to this course however the completion of IS Foundations as a stand alone course can contribute to recognised prior learning.
New Zealand Registrants
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