Modern Slavery Training Course
This Modern Slavery Training course will help the learner become aware of those who are vulnerable to modern slavery by recognising what the Modern Slavery Act 2015 is. Any organisation can be indirectly or directly implicated in slavery in a variety of ways of, through a supply chain or via their own operations and this course will help the learner become aware of this.
Unfortunately, anyone can become a victim of modern slavery, and training yourself and staff will help them to become aware of the signs. Companies and organisations need to take the necessary steps to erase this and being able to report of modern slavery.
Modern Slavery is an ongoing issue in the UK. In the year to March 2019, police in England and Wales recorded 5,059 modern slavery offences, a 49% increase on the previous year.
- Train online at your own pace with a full audio voiceover
- Accredited by CPD
- Certificate on successful completion
- Course duration: 40 minutes
- Unlimited resits at no cost
Who is this Online Modern Slavery Training for?
This online training course is ideal for organisations and companies that have a large workforce. Industry sectors such as agriculture, manufacturing, construction, and hospitality are vulnerable to acts of modern-day slavery as they naturally have an expansive workforce.
Modern Slavery Training Certification
Our entire library of training courses are accredited by the CPD Certification Service as adhering to the universally recognised Continuing Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
Upon passing the online assessment you will have the options to both print and download your Modern Slavery Training Certificate in PDF format. In addition to this an automated email will also be sent to your chosen email address containing a link to your certificate ensuring you always have access to a copy.
Furthermore, a QR code is displayed on each certificate which when scanned by a smartphone links to our certification database. This allows employers, auditors and local authority inspectors, for example, to establish a certificates validity instantly and at any time.
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The aim of this course is help those understand what modern-day slavery means by recognising what the Modern Slavery Act 2019 is and how they should report this.
On completion of the course, you should be able to:
- Understand what modern slavery means
- Recognise what the Modern Slavery Act 2015
- Identify the signs of modern slavery
- Identify what makes people vulnerable to modern slavery
- Recognise how to make a change to modern slavery
- And understand how to report modern slavery
Training Course Content
This course is made up of the following modules:
Introduction to Modern Slavery
In this section, we’ll cover what modern slavery means today, what the modern slaveryact is and the reality of modern slavery.
Module 1 - Recognising Modern Slavery
In this section, we’ll cover what the signs of modern slavery are, the different modernslavery offences and how we can make a change.
Module 2 - Taking Action Against Modern Slavery
In this section, we’ll cover steps your organisation takes, how to report modern slaveryand how to create a modern slavery statement.
On completion of the course lessons and training material an online assessment will automatically unlock. The assessment will contain 15 multiple-choice questions and a mark of 75% or above will be required to pass.
The assessment will be marked instantly and so you will know straight away if you have passed or not. If you don't pass first time there's no need to worry. Unlimited resits at absolutely no additional charge are available so you can retake the assessment again as many times as you need to.
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