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Modern Slavery ½ day day AM

Duration

½ day

Course Overview


Delegates will have an awareness of Modern Day Slavery/Trafficking, which involves the exploitation of people/children who are coerced, deceived, forced into, or expected to accept a life of abuse, servitude or inhumane and degrading treatment.

Course Content

  • To understand the different forms of Modern Day Slavery under the Modern Day Slavery Act 2015
  • To understand the Government Strategy and legal framework for the Modern Day Slavery Act 2015
  • To understand how victims become involved in slavery & the involvement of the trafficker (perpetrator).
  • To identify locations and signs/risk indicators that indicate modern slavery
  • To explore health risks and work with victims of modern slavery
  • To explain the referral process, Duty to Notify and available resources

Methods of Delivery


This course will be delivered via a variety of methods, including PowerPoint presentations, DVDs, casework, quizzes, group work and discussion.
  • Learning Objectives
  • Audience
  • Training Considerations
  • Certification
  • Related Courses

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the different forms of modern slavery
  • Understand legal overview of the Modern Day Slavery Act 2015
  • To learn the different triggers of why victims become involved - economic, social, political, legal, religious
  • To explore where victims of modern slavery could be located (takeaways, hotels, care homes, brothels, factories, farms, etc.) and learn how a victim may present through signs and indicators
  • To use imagination and empathy to explore experiences of victims and how to respond as professionals
  • To learn where to signpost
  • Explore real case studies

Target Audience

This course is suitable for everyone in both the public and private sectors: in particular, those in the NHS, police, voluntary sectors, social care, HR and housing departments.

Training Considerations

Delegates should research a Modern Slavery case that has gone through the criminal justice system in their local area.

Certification

Upon completion of the course, the delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.

Related Courses

Child Sexual Exploitation
Radicalisation
Female Genital Mutilation
Honour-Based Abuse and Forced Marriage
 
Modern Slavery ½ day day AM
Duration: ½ day

Course overview:
Delegates will have an awareness of Modern Day Slavery/Trafficking, which involves the exploitation of people/children who are coerced, deceived, forced into, or expected to accept a life of abuse, servitude or inhumane and degrading treatment.

Course content:
· To understand the different forms of Modern Day Slavery under the Modern Day Slavery Act 2015
· To understand the Government Strategy and legal framework for the Modern Day Slavery Act 2015
· To understand how victims become involved in slavery & the involvement of the trafficker (perpetrator).
· To identify locations and signs/risk indicators that indicate modern slavery
· To explore health risks and work with victims of modern slavery
· To explain the referral process, Duty to Notify and available resources

Methods of delivery:
This course will be delivered via a variety of methods, including PowerPoint presentations, DVDs, casework, quizzes, group work and discussion.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES
· Understand the different forms of modern slavery
· Understand legal overview of the Modern Day Slavery Act 2015
· To learn the different triggers of why victims become involved - economic, social, political, legal, religious
· To explore where victims of modern slavery could be located (takeaways, hotels, care homes, brothels, factories, farms, etc.) and learn how a victim may present through signs and indicators
· To use imagination and empathy to explore experiences of victims and how to respond as professionals
· To learn where to signpost
· Explore real case studies


TARGET AUDIENCE
This course is suitable for everyone in both the public and private sectors: in particular, those in the NHS, police, voluntary sectors, social care, HR and housing departments.

TRAINING CONSIDERATIONS
Delegates should research a Modern Slavery case that has gone through the criminal justice system in their local area.

CERTIFICATION
Upon completion of the course, the delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.


RELATED COURSES
Child Sexual Exploitation
Radicalisation
Female Genital Mutilation
Honour-Based Abuse and Forced Marriage

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