IFC Performance Standards and ESMS Training for InterEnergy Holdings
In early May 2015,
The 2-day training course was delivered in Santo Domingo. During the first day, the interactive presentation provided an introduction (context: why, who, what, when), included ice breakers to facilitate networking and peer learning, and covered the
During the second training day, the participants were introduced to
The participants were guided through the identification of applicable
Participants were also walked through IFC’s templates on corporate and facility level Annual Monitoring Reports (AMR). These AMRs are used by IFC to assign/change Environmental and Social Risk Rating (ESRR) of IFC’s investments/clients. This, in turn, can trigger corrective actions or, under certain circumstances, limit access to additional finance.
After the course, participants were invited to complete anonymous evaluation questionnaires and rate their course experience. A review of the completed evaluation forms shows that the course was very well received and highly rated. All course participants rated the course as “a good investment of my time” (all rated course 5 out of 5, the highest rating) and “I can recommend this course” (all rated course 5 out of 5, the highest rating).
This high rating deserve acknowledgment of
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