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Course Types
Full Length
Employment Law
UK Modern Slavery Act
All Learners
Human Trafficking
Modern Slavery
Adaptive Learning

The horrors and injustices of modern slavery and human trafficking exist worldwide and can happen anywhere. To keep them out of the workplace, the supply chain and beyond, organizations need to train employees to know the warning signs and take the proper action.

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking helps learners understand these crimes: how they happen, what they can look like and how to spot the warning signs. With this knowledge, learners then explore what to do if they suspect it, as well as the role they play in ensuring third-party partners are socially and ethically responsible. The course offers content for the hospitality industry and the transportation industry, as well as general content that is not industry specific.

When employees know how to spot the signs of modern slavery and human trafficking, they can take the necessary steps to ensure an ethical and responsible culture. That makes training a critical piece for organizations committed to ending these unjust practices.

Course Details

All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • Definition of modern slavery and human trafficking
  • Methods traffickers use to exploit and control victims
  • Forms these crimes can take, including forced labor, sex trafficking, debt bondage and the commercial exploitation of children
  • Myths and misconceptions – and what the real facts are
  • Factors that can increase the risk of these crimes
  • Physical, behavioral and situational warning signs of victims
  • How traffickers may interact with their victims
  • Environmental warning signs and what to watch for on site visits
  • Guest requests and room conditions that could suggest trafficking are covered in the hospitality industry-specific version
  • Traveler requests and patterns of behavior to look out for are covered in the transportation industry-specific version
  • Guidelines for responding to warning signs in the moment and documenting concerns
  • How and where to make a report, as well as the non-retaliation policy
  • Best practices for minimizing risk when working with third parties
  • A reminder of their important responsibilities
  • An opportunity to review key policies and certify