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Courses designed to address your responsibilities under the Modern Slavery Act, whether you're a public or private organisation.
Running the Modern Slavery & Exploitation Helpline puts Unseen in a unique position. The training we deliver makes use of real-life cases studies and scenarios. These bring the training to life!
Course content designed by experts, who have shaped the modern slavery landscape and been influential in the design and implementation of the Modern Slavery Act
Introduction to Modern Slavery
This course is for front-line professionals whose work may bring them into contact with victims of modern slavery. Suitable for those working in local authority departments, social care, healthcare, police, legal services, NGOs, etc.
Does your business have responsibilities under the Modern Slavery Act 2015? Learn how to keep your business slavery free. This course includes detailed information about the scale of modern slavery both globally and nationally. It will help you and your staff to be able to spot the signs of modern slavery and put in place steps to reduce the risks within your operations and supply chains.
Designed to complement our introductory session, this course is ideal for procurement specialists and third party supplier teams. It helps to understand how purchasing practises can affect those working in and down supply chains.
Focusing on child sexual exploitation and 'county lines' forced criminality, this course provides professionals working with children and young people with key information about how modern slavery affects children and young people in the UK. Using realistic video case studies, it presents the recruitment and control methods used by exploiters and provides a clear safeguarding approach to dealing with exploitation.
This intermediary level course is for front-line professionals whose work will bring them into contact with victims of modern slavery. The course provides a detailed look at the NRM referral process and how to use a trauma focused approach to working with victims. The course is designed specifically for staff working in local authority departments, social care, police, NGOs, etc. that are designated as First Responders.