In their newsletter’s lead, the IGDA offered our online course, Human Trafficking Essentials, to all their members.
Every day, everywhere, hundreds of thousands of children are being ‘groomed’. Will you be prepared when traffickers try to target you or your loved ones?
Looking to raise awareness of human trafficking? PBJ Learning believes the answer to human trafficking begins with PREVENTucation.
Attendees of Greater Rockies Immersive Training on Exploitation and Trafficking conference (GRIT) to experience human trafficking education in interactive virtual reality AUSTIN, Texas – Feb. 19, 2022 — Terri Markham has seen a lot of training materials and programs come across her desktop. As the executive director of Uprising, an anti-trafficking group in Wyoming, she has dedicated…
The Empower Youth Program is an innovative tool that equips you with the power to recognize people and situations that intend to take advantage of you and your friends. We call these people exploiters.
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In the leadoff to their January newsletter, IGDA’s Executive Director, Renee Gittins, was kind enough to offer our online course, Human Trafficking Essentials, to all members of the IGDA.
Gamification has been my main learning opportunity and new professional skill since 2010. I went live with my first gamification effort in August 2011 at an educational company and I have worked as a gamification expert for many clients since then. It’s a lot of fun working with teams that are committed and enthusiastic!
I’m so glad to have had the opportunity to apply those techniques to our online course.
“Preventucation” is our way of saying prevention education. If you want to end trafficking, the best way is to prevent it. Get educated.
Parents, do these four things IMMEDIATELY for any child that can SPEAK. Step One: Arm Them With Language Teach your children the scientific name for their body parts. They need to know there ARE different parts of their body and they need to know how to identify *exactly* where someone touches…