MODERN SLAVERY ACT E-LEARNING
This Modern Slavery Act e-learning course aims to provide learners with an understanding of what modern slavery is, how to recognise
the signs and the actions to take to help prevent and report modern slavery.
There are as many as 21 million people in forced labour around the world, which is estimated to generate a profit of £120 billion per annum. Organisations can be implicated in modern slavery both directly and indirectly in a variety of ways such as, in their own operations, through their global supply chains and through their involvement with business partners.
Ideal for workers who work in any type of organisation who have large expansive work forces, who work with another organisation who do the same. The most vulnerable sectors are agriculture, construction, hospitality and manufacturing. Anyone can be the victim of Modern Slavery inside and outside of your organisation so it bears keeping this in mind and to train yourself and all your staff in becoming aware of Modern Slavery.
At the end of the course, trainees will be able to:
- Understand what modern slavery means
- Recognise what the Modern Slavery Act 2015 is
- Identify the signs of modern slavery
- Identify what makes people vulnerable to modern slavery
- Recognise how to make a change to modern slavery
- Understand how to report modern slavery
Format: Interactive | Course Duration: 25-30 minutesDownload the course description here »