Build A Social and Sustainable Procurement Skill Set

Ensure the delivery of social and sustainable outcomes in your projects

NA220714-With-Date-(1).pngGovernments across all jurisdictions and private sector organisations are increasingly requiring the achievement of social and sustainable outcomes through their project investment. It’s critical for project managers to understand how procurement can be leveraged to minimise negative social and sustainable outcomes and maximise benefits to the community.

This webinar will build your understanding of the latest developments in social and sustainable procurement across jurisdictions in Australia and New Zealand. It will provide practical guidance on leading practice approaches to meeting these customer expectations. Get guidance on how you can further develop your skills and stay on top of the latest developments in this rapidly evolving space.

Event takeaways

  • Latest in government policy directions across Australia and New Zealand

  • An understanding of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and it’s application in Social and Sustainable Procurement (SSP) practices 

  • Practical approaches to meeting these requirements as a project manager

  • ​Case studies and examples that demonstrate changing expectations and practices
     

​Who is this event for? 

  • Experienced project managers

  • Project managers interested in social and sustainable procurement

  • Project managers involved in major projects / infrastructure / construction​


Members: $30 | Non members $60
CPD Points: 3


Presenter:

Chris Newman
Chris Newman is a Managing Director at ArcBlue, a leading procurement consultancy operating across Asia Pacific, and a part of Bain & Company.
One of ArcBlue’s key areas of expertise and experience is in social and sustainable procurement, where Chris has been a leader over the last decade. Chris has played a key role in social and sustainable procurement activity across the region including policy and strategy development, major infrastructure projects, and place-based programs.

Chris Newman