Online trainings

Our online trainings reach larger numbers of participants globally on specific topics and ensure good training results through progress tracking

Upcoming events

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Previous events

Videos of past webinars are password protected. Please contact the respective speaker for the password.

Risk Analysis für Human Rights Due Diligence [German]
15.11.2018, by Jens Winkler

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The Essentials of Materiality Analysis [German]
21.11.2018, by Dorothea End

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Detox Along the Textile Supply Chain [German]
04.12.2018, by Marie Oldopp

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Measuring and Assessing the Impact of the Supply Chain [German]
13.12.2018, by Kordula Wick

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Supply Chain Transparency with Business Intelligence [German]
10.01.2018, by Marcel Severith

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Classroom and Online Trainings with the Systain Academy [German]
14.02.2019, by Hubertus Drinkuth

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Customized events

In addition to our regular webinars, we also offer tailor-made training solutions which combine different topics or set individual focus. The online training sessions are used for introducing content, as advanced modules or for deepening previous classroom training. Our online trainings differ in group size, subject depth and intensity.

Introductory webinars

Introductory and info webinars introduce new topics for up to 100 participants

Interactive webinars

Webinars in small groups with max. 15 participants and interactive elements (e.g. quizzes)

Intensive coaching

Intensive one-day or multi-day coaching and consulting with one-on-one support

We are happy to advise you on the format that meets your training needs in the best possible way. Please get in touch to inquire about pricing options. We look forward to hearing from you!

Your point of contact

Torben Kehne


+49 40 609 46 18 25

Strategy Development/Social Responsibility/Human Rights/Monitoring Systems/Communication

Jens Winkler


+49 40 609 46 18 28

Strategy Advice/Social Responsibility/Human Rights/Monitoring Systems