Responding to Modern Slavery

Slavery didn't end with its official abolition in 1833. It is thriving in a car wash, nail bar or building site near you. The Modern Slavery Act 2016 was brought in to combat this horrific crime.

The course will give individuals, teams or entire organisations what they need to know to effectively identify, report and tackle Modern Slavery head-on.

Course Learning Outcomes

  • Explain the definition of modern slavery and the offences within the Modern Slavery Act 2015

  • Recognise the different types of modern slavery

  • Describe where victims are typically discovered

  • Outline the key indicators of modern slavery

  • Identify potential victims

  • Explain some reasons why people become victims

  • Explain why victims may be extremely reluctant to come forward

  • Describe the role of First Responders within the National Referral Mechanism

Who should take this course?

  • list of various people

  • council workers?

  • teachers

  • bin men?

Course Delivery - Classroom - half day

We will deliver this course at your site in two half-day sessions per day, for up to 30 delegates each time. They will look at case studies and be encouraged to challenge their own pre-conceptions.

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