Join us for a Series of Free Webinars to Introduce the New Human Trafficking Training Modules!
We would like to invite you to join us for a series of free interactive webinars that will introduce you to our four, new industry-specific human trafficking training modules. The new training modules offer a condensed version of our “Online Initiative to Address Human Trafficking” and take two to three hours each to complete. The training modules are tailored to the industry-specific needs of:
The webinar series will give you the opportunity to connect live with subject matter experts specialising in the industry-specific topics addressed by the new training modules. During the webinars, you will listen to the presenter’s capturing story and have the opportunity to ask your own personal questions.
Welcome to the Online Training Initiative to Address Human Trafficking – a free online training program which includes resources, tools and tips to assist service providers working with survivors of human trafficking.
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The training program covers the following topics:
Overview of Human Trafficking
Human Trafficking in Canada and Ontario
Dynamics of Human Trafficking
Human Trafficking Indicators
Service Needs of Trafficked Persons
Unique Needs of Aboriginal Clients
Unique Needs of Francophone Clients
First Response Practices
Medium and Long Term Support
Sign-up for the training to get access to other resources including:
- Helping Trafficked Persons – A Handbook for Service Providers
- Toolkit for Service Providers
- Numerous additional resource documents and useful links
- Opportunity to network with other service providers through the online learning platform and forum
The training program is recommended for:
- frontline social service providers
- victim services staff
- law enforcement
- legal and paralegal staff
- healthcare professionals
- licensing enforcement staff
- labour inspectors
- CAS employees
- all other professionals who may come across trafficked persons in the course of their professional activities