Course Date
Course Fee/pax
19th February 2024 Singapore S$450
15 April 2024 Singapore S$450
2nd February 2024 Bengaluru, India INR 7500 + GST (Face-2-Face)*
INR 5000 + GST (Virtual)*

Sustainability is the process of making corporate decisions that not only meet an organization’s needs for improved profitability but also benefits society as a whole, while minimizing its impact on the environment.

The course is designed to introduce participants to the basics of sustainability and reporting standards, its importance, the various reporting frameworks and how to get started with carbon ESG reporting.  Participants will get to understand the key components of sustainability report (eg. materiality assessment, metrics, computation of carbon footprint etc).

Target Audience
All personnel who are responsible for implementing sustainability initiatives & reporting  in their organization.


At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:

Understand the concept of sustainability and why it is important for businesses
Identify the drivers for sustainability in business (e.g. stakeholder expectations, regulations, reputation  etc)
Integrate sustainability in business strategy – Pursue Net Zero Goals
Identify the key components of a sustainability report
Learn how to carry out materiality assessment
Implement Code of Conduct in a supply chain
Understand Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3 Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Measure and Report Carbon Footprint as per regulatory requirement
Develop an action plan to achieve net zero target
Monitor and Reduce Carbon Emissions

Course Date
Course Fee/pax
10-11, October 2022 Singapore SGD 950

Procurement fraud is any fraud relating to a company purchasing goods, services or commissioning construction projects from third parties. Fraud can happen when the tender process has not been followed so that fraud can be committed, or when there is bid rigging.

Procurement analytics is a process which examines procurement transactions to identify relevant patterns and trends in detecting procurement anomalies and enabling procurement productivity. The capability to identify and analyse these anomalies and areas for procurement improvements will enhance the organisation’s procurement governance and productivity.

The use of procurement analytics can equip staff and management with the skills to ensure procurement compliance, detect leakages, fraud and maximise productivity in the organisation’s procurement functions.

Target Audience
All personnel who are responsible to improve operational excellence in their organization.


Introduction to Procurement Fraud & Procurement Analytics
The Procurement and Supply Chain Process
Various fraud schemes that can be perpetrated in procurement and
contracting processes
Fraud risks in procurement and contracting processes
Detection of red flags that might be indicative of fraud and corruption in
procurement and contracting processes
Procurement Fraud Concealment
The Motivations of Fraud
Effective proactive preventive measures aimed at limiting fraud and related
Challenges in procurement analytics – Impact of using big procurement data
Procurement analytics approach – How to carry out a procurement audit?
Procurement analytics system – Approach to detect procurement fraud
Implement ISO27001:2016: Standards for Anti-bribery systems