The <IR> Training Programme aims to develop individuals’ skills and build capacity for organizations to implement an Integrated Reporting process based on the International Integrated Reporting Framework. The IIRC has developed a model based on learning outcomes, which specifies levels of competence to be achieved through <IR> Training. The competence levels and related learning outcomes are outlined in the <IR> Competence Matrix. This was developed through a global consultation process including the input of a global advisory group, drawn from a wide range of organizations and countries. The <IR> Competence Matrix identifies the knowledge, skills and behaviours that organizations need to adopt Integrated Reporting and realize its benefits. Read the first section of the <IR> Competence Matrix here. The IIRC will make available the full <IR> Competence Matrix to organizations that commit to not using it for commercial purposes, please complete this short form to request a copy.
The IIRC has taken a distinct approach to the <IR> Training Programme, which we believe is in keeping with our role to be market-led and to provide global offerings that can be applied in different contexts to suit local practices and requirements. Read more.
The IIRC collaborates on the delivery and promotion of the <IR> Training Programme with partner organizations, which develop and deliver training based on the competence levels as described in the <IR> Competence Matrix. Training Partners must submit for approval a training plan that explains how they will address the learning outcomes from the <IR> Competence Matrix before being able to offer <IR> Training.
Further information on who are the Training Partners and where they are offering <IR> Training is available here.