The SPI4 is free, in order to promote widespread use of the tool and social performance assessment. But to ensure high quality results, CERISE strongly encourages SPI4 users to get trained on how to use the tool efficiently!
Due to the high demand for training, CERISE offers virtual training sessions to help future auditors better understand the SPI4. To participate in a virtual session, participants must have completely filled in the latest version of the SPI4, either with mock or real data.
Virtual sessions are designed to be interactive. They address specific questions (on the tool itself or the indicators), highlight resources available to SPI4 auditors, and discuss how to use results (prioritizing recommendations, supporting implementation).
Interested in attending a virtual session? Let us know.
Introductory RIF trainings - Users can get to know the SPI4 as part of the Responsible and Inclusive Finance (RIF) introductory training organized by SPTF. Contact SPTF to learn when the next RIF training will be organized near you.
Contact CERISE at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to organize a training!
Adopting SPM, one department at a time
See the webinars “SPI4 by functions” organized by the SP FUND. Practical information on how to identify the key issues that different departments should take into account to foster strong SPM.
Find a qualified auditor
CERISE offers an auditor qualification process for those who are interested in validating their audit skills in order to oversee or accompany SPI4 audits. The qualification process involves classroom training and in-field application of the SPI4, with results validation by CERISE. Users who successfully complete the process are considered qualified auditors.
List of Qualified Auditors
Learn more about the SPI4 Auditor Qualification process.
Read the Terms and Conditions for Auditors.
Download the SPI4 Standards of Use, which detail SPI4 implementation.