Modern Slavery Act Online Training Course
Modern Slavery is a term used to describe different forms of slavery that exist today. Modern slaves are found across the economy, in nail bars, on fishing boats, the construction industry, mining or working as domestic help. In response to the persistence of slavery in the modern economy, the UK passed the Modern Slavery Act. The Modern Slavery Act Training Course explains the important features of this act.
- Highlights the issue of modern slavery and your role in its prevention
- Describes types of modern slavery and who it affects
- Considers the new additions to slavery legislation outlined in the Modern Slavery Act
The modern slavery course explains what slavery is and outlines the different categories of slavery that exist today (eg, human trafficking, bonded labour). There is a strong focus on how to recognise if someone is working a slave and what to do if you suspect someone is a slave.
Modern slavery is often hidden in complex global supply chains. The course explains the provisions within the Modern Slavery Act that aim to tackle this problem.
The online training uses a variety of case studies and interactivities to add to the learning experience.