Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Training

Duration 1-2 hours

Last audited 30th August 2023

CPD Approved
Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery
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Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery are both growing concerns in the UK and worldwide. It is essential to recognise the signs and indicators that either of these are taking place and to understand how to report concerns regarding potential victims and respond to disclosures.

This online Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery course will help you understand the methods human traffickers use to recruit their victims and the types of modern slavery through which people may be exploited. With the help of case studies and scenarios, the course highlights who is most at risk of becoming a victim and why. It will also outline the signs to look out for, which may indicate that human trafficking and modern slavery are taking place, and help you to understand the processes and pathways available for reporting concerns.

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Developed in collaboration with industry experts

Accredited by CPD

Downloadable module summaries of key learning points

What you'll learn

By the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Explain what human trafficking and modern slavery are, and the methods used to exploit individuals.
  • Identify the different types of exploitation and recognise the signs associated with each one.
  • Respond to individuals who have made a disclosure.
  • Take steps to begin safeguarding individuals who are the victims of human trafficking or modern slavery.

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Module 1: Understanding Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery

This module outlines what both human trafficking and modern slavery are, who is most at risk of becoming a victim and how organisations can produce a modern slavery statement.

Module 2: Recognising Methods and Indicators

This module covers the various methods which traffickers use to recruit their victims, the various forms of modern slavery and the signs and indicators associated with each.

Module 3: Responding to Concerns and Disclosures

In this final module, the course focuses on reporting concerns and responding to disclosures, as well as outlining the further support available for victims of human trafficking and modern slavery.

The online assessment is taken on completion of the training material. You will be asked 10 multiple choice questions with a pass mark of 80%. The answers are marked automatically so you will instantly know whether you have passed. If you don't pass don't worry! You can take the test as many times as you need with no extra charge.

This course has been designed to provide an essential awareness of human trafficking and modern slavery for various people, including first responders.

This includes those working in:

  • Local police forces.
  • Non-government organisations.
  • Local authority children's services.
  • Construction, manufacturing, agriculture or any other industry where human trafficking and modern slavery may take place.
  • Schools.
  • Care homes.

Written by experts

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Antonia Noble

Barrister and Safeguarding Specialist

Antonia Noble is a former criminal barrister with over 25 years of experience and a highly respected safeguarding specialist.

She has worked in a variety of roles with professionals and organisations including responsibilities for adult and child safeguarding as a cabinet member for Gloucestershire County Council. 

She has a vast range of safeguarding and child protection experience that includes roles and duties such as school governor, adult and child safeguarding responsibilities for Local Authorities and with the Criminal Cases Review Commission to review suspected miscarriages of justice.

Antonia has supported and worked with cabinet member issues, heads of children’s services, adult services, Vice Chancellors, police, and senior leaders in health. 

Fairness and justice are at the heart of every aspect of Antonia’s work and she continues to deliver training and support to safeguarding leaders, social workers and a variety of organisations.

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