Human Trafficking Online Training

With our human trafficking online training participants will learn to help deter illegal human trafficking, which they may encounter through their workplace industry. They will notice victims and perpetrators of human trafficking and take actions to report suspected trafficking activities to the proper authorities. In addition to employees who might receive a report from another employee about suspected human trafficking. The human trafficking online training is meant to ensure employees can recognize the signs of human trafficking and respond appropriately.

CA Human Trafficking Awareness for Hospitality Professionals

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California Senate Bill 970 mandates all hotel and motel industry companies in California to provide twenty minutes of interactive training for all employees who may interact or come in contact with a victim of human trafficking. This CA SB 970 Training is tailored for employees of hotels and motels, offering a discussion of both labor and sex trafficking that may be encountered while working in the hospitality sector. Guidance on the role of hospitality employees in reporting and responding to human trafficking is provided, along with the opportunity to practice these skills during three interactive exercises. Familiar environments and terminology are used to promote rapid understanding among participants well-versed in the culture of hospitality businesses.

  • Training must be completed by January 1, 2021.
  • CA Senate Bill 970 states training is required “every two years”.

Course Length:

  • 22 mintues
  • 50+ Video Clips & Interactive Knowledge Checks and Scenarios

Hospitality Industry Human Trafficking Online Training Learning Objectives:

  • Define human trafficking according to Federal Law
  • Define human trafficking and commercial exploitation of children according to California Law
  • Differentiate between labor and sex trafficking.
  • Correctly identify an instance of labor and sex trafficking when presented with examples of each that may be encountered in working environments specific to the hotel sector.
  • Identify individuals at risk of human trafficking as possible victims based on observed vulnerabilities populations who have little social and legal protection.
  • Identify possible victims of human trafficking based on observed behavior or “red-flag” conditions.
  • Recognize how employees in the hospitality industry are uniquely positioned to deter human trafficking because of their proximity to certain activities
  • Recognize that they, as an individual hospitality employee, have a responsibility to act
  • Recall methods to contact an appropriate agency when they suspect human trafficking is taking place.
  • Access materials and information provided by the Department of Justice, the Blue Campaign of the federal Department of Homeland Security, and private nonprofit organizations that represent the interests of victims of human trafficking.
  • Rehearse the process of recognizing likely victims of human trafficking, and then selecting a method to contact an appropriate agency

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CA Human Trafficking Awareness for Transit Professionals

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California Assembly Bill 2034 mandates all transit industry companies in California to provide twenty minutes of interactive training for all employees who may interact or come in contact with a victim of human trafficking. This CA AB 2034 Training is tailored for operators of mass transit intercity passenger rail systems, light rail systems, and bus stations, coach and rail operators, maintenance workers, and other field positions that may come into contact with a victim of human trafficking. Guidance is offered on identifying victims, reporting protocols, and dispelling misconceptions about the nature of trafficking activities in modern cities. Three interactive exercises provide opportunities to practice skills for identification and reporting, while familiar environments are used to promote recognition and rapid understanding among participants.

  • Training must be completed by January 1, 2021.
  • CA Assembly Bill 2034 outlines penalties for non-compliance.

Course Length:

  • 22 Minutes
  • 50+ Video Clips & Interactive Knowledge Checks and Scenarios.

Transit Industry Human Trafficking Online Training Learning Objectives:

  • Define human trafficking according to Federal Law
  • Define human trafficking and commercial exploitation of children according to California Law
  • Differentiate between labor and sex trafficking.
  • Recognize the falsehoods in common myths about human trafficking, and ascribe to truths regarding those same topics
  • Identify individuals at risk of human trafficking as possible victims based on observed vulnerabilities populations who have little social and legal protection.
  • Identify possible victims of human trafficking based on observed behavior or “red-flag” conditions.
  • Identify three universal tenets of an effective reporting protocol
  • Ask their employer for any workplace-specific protocols that must be adhered to prior to contacting an outside agency.
  • Recall methods to contact an appropriate agency when they suspect human trafficking is taking place.
  • Access materials and information provided by the Department of Justice, the Blue Campaign of the federal Department of Homeland Security, and private nonprofit organizations that represent the interests of victims of human trafficking.
  • Rehearse the process of recognizing likely victims of human trafficking, and then selecting a method to contact an appropriate agency

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How to Ask for Help or Help Someone in Danger?

If you or someone you know is being forced to engage in any activity and cannot leave, whether commercial sex, housework, farm work, construction, factory, retail, or restaurant work, or any other activity:

The hotlines are:

  • Available Toll-Free 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Operated by nonprofit, nongovernmental organizations.
  • Anonymous and confidential.
  • Accessible in more than 160 languages.

Victims of slavery and human trafficking are protected under the United States and California law.

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“The degree to which misconduct remains unidentified is determined by how well employees are screened, trained, and supervised. Recognition, corrective action, and training are necessary steps to cultivating and preserving a healthy and profitable company.”

George J. Ramos, Jr. Co-founder

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