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Human Trafficking Prevention Training Designed For Today’s Online Learners

Everyone Can Learn To Recognize And Respond To Human Trafficking, Even On Their Smartphone’s Web Browser, Five Minutes At A Time

AUSTIN, Texas – Dec. 13, 2021 – PRLog — Do you know about the dangers of meeting a stranger ? Can you recognize an unhealthy relationship? Can you spot red flags that might indicate trafficking? PBJ Learning wants everyone to know those answers with confidence.

Red flags to watch for regarding human trafficking

Learn what you want, where you want, when you want

Human Trafficking Essentials, the online interactive anti-trafficking course designed from start to finish with its students in mind, is available right now to train everyone about the basics of human trafficking.

“We understand sitting down in one place to take a course is a big commitment, so we designed the course so you can begin, continue, and finish your course on different devices, using any browser, anywhere you want, at any time,” says creative director Billy Joe Cain. “We understand your time is valuable, so the course is designed so you can complete it in small bites.”

Master interactive lessons and activities

Interactive lessonsInteractive learning is six times better than passively watching videos or reading.

study from Carnegie Mellon University shows that students using interactive learning out-perform students only learning through instructional videos by a factor of six to one.

“The amount of learning associated with each interactive activity was six times greater than for each video watched or page read.” 

Mistakes lead to wisdom, so we give students interactive tools to practice with their new information. When they need it, we point students to the correct information. Our students can progress when they feel comfortable with what they have learned.

The course includes 30 minutes of original videos with direct teacher instruction and animated stories, and interactive lessons with gamified activities, like quizzes, word drags, critical reasoning analysis, branching stories, and more.

Access expert informed information, clearly organized into four distinct, interrelated chapters

David Deeds and Billy Joe Cain have been teaching middle and high school students, medical university students, and law enforcement to recognize and respond to human trafficking for a combined 15 years.

Education Director David Deeds Human Trafficking Essentials Online Course ScreenshotEducation director David Deeds explains, “It’s organized into four chapters that cover definitions, prevalence, risks, vulnerabilities, red flags, and responses.” He continues, “It’s designed to let people learn through making mistakes and being directed to the correct information.”

Human Trafficking Essentials’ learning objectives are aligned with authoritative sources and the most promising practices in the field. Accuracy is vital, so the data and sources used in the course have been reviewed and approved by law enforcement, survivors, advocates, worldwide experts, leading NGOs, universities, and anti-trafficking organizations. Finally, they have all been reviewed in context by our incredible advisers, including Adam Zarnowski, Theresa Ryan-Rouger, and Dr. Marielle Combs. You can read their testimonials here

Earn your Certificate of Mastery

Human Trafficking Essentials’ Certificate of Mastery has been accepted for Project Management Professional (PMP) Professional Development Units (PDUs) by the internationally-recognized Project Management InstituteCIO Magazine ranked the PMP as the top project management certification in North America, because “it demonstrates you have the specific skills employers seek, dedication to excellence and the capacity to perform at the highest levels.”

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ABOUT PBJ LEARNING

PBJ Learning is a leading provider of online human trafficking awareness and prevention education. Their Human Trafficking Essentials online course is being used worldwide to educate professionals and individuals how to recognize human trafficking and how to respond to a potential victim. Their course is available for use on any web browser at any time.