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Training is essential for any individuals that are likely to come into contact with people that are being exploited. 

Training builds the capacity of staff and suppliers in raising awareness about the issue and providing information on how to spot and respond to incidents. Training should be targeted based on role to have the greatest effect. 

HMSP Training Materials

  • Core Modern Slavery/Human Trafficking Awareness PowerPoint Slides (Coming Soon)

 

External Training (Face-to-Face)

Unseen

Deliver training to professionals whose work may bring them into contact with potential victims of slavery. They have trained Local Authorities, Police, Fire and Rescue, Housing Associations, Environmental Health Officers, Social Workers, NGOs, businesses and many other sectors.

https://www.unseenuk.org/modern-slavery-training

 

Stop the Traffik

Deliver awareness raising courses, which are tailored to the specific needs of each organisation (finance, business, government, charities, law enforcement and local community). Each course or session is developed in consultation with each client.

https://www.stopthetraffik.org/what-we-do/bespoke-training/

External Training (E-Learning)

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army has developed a free e-learning on Human Trafficking Awareness.

COMPLETE THE TRAINING (includes audio output)

 

ECPAT UK/West Yorkshire Police

Published a 2 to 3 hour in depth e-learning package that covers both adult and child trafficking, and is suitable for any public sector organisation. The package can be accessed for a fee at Virtual College.

If you are an Independent Advocate for children and young people, or a Border Force Safeguarding and Modern Slavery Officer, you can access this training for free by contacting childtrafficking@homeoffice.gov.uk

 

E-learning for Healthcare

30 minute e-learning package that is free to access for all healthcare professionals.

 

LUPC

LUPC, in collaboration with their partner consortium APUC and the University of Greenwich, has developed an eLearning suite on Protecting Human Rights in the Supply Chain, developed especially for public procurement practitioners.

Free eLearning: Protecting Human Rights in the Supply Chain

Further training resources can be accessed here.

1. Victim Awareness and Identification

2. Victim Support

Home Office guidance on National referral mechanism reform (16 Oct 2018)

Home Office guidance on the Single Competent Authority (29 Apr 2019)

Adults

 

Children

3. Statutory Agencies

Local Authorities

 

Health Professionals

4. Businesses and Supply Chains

 

Reports

Chartered Institute of Building on modern slavery within the building industry: Report

 

Business-Specific Fact Sheets

5. Homelessness

The Passage (13 Jan 2019) Modern Slavery Handbook for staff working in the Homelessness Sector.

The Passage (Jan 2017) Understanding and Responding to Modern Slavery within the Homelessness Sector

6. Latest Reports

Hertfordshire

 

2019

 

2018

 

2017