Hospitality Industry

Anything relevant to human trafficking in the hospitality industry.

AG Nessel Hosts Human Trafficking Roundtable to Raise Awareness – Michigan (.gov)
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AG Nessel Hosts Human Trafficking Roundtable to Raise Awareness – Michigan (.gov)

HOLLAND – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel was joined by elected officials and community leaders Friday to educate the public and business owners on the signs of human trafficking, which has the potential to increase as the summer tourism season nears. “Those victimized by traffickers face sexual, physical and emotional abuse – all for the…

Virginia 2022 Session HB 258: Hotels; human trafficking legislation and mandatory training
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Virginia 2022 Session HB 258: Hotels; human trafficking legislation and mandatory training

House Bill 258 will authorize the Department of Criminal Justice Services to create a free online mandatory course to help hotel employees better recognize and report human trafficking.

REVIEW: Unbound – Identifying & Responding to Human Trafficking: Commercial Lodging & Hospitality Industry
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REVIEW: Unbound – Identifying & Responding to Human Trafficking: Commercial Lodging & Hospitality Industry

A video version of a slideshow that provides a certificate after the video. No testing required.

REVIEW: KnowledgeCity Online Training – California Human Trafficking Awareness for the Hospitality Industry (paid)
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REVIEW: KnowledgeCity Online Training – California Human Trafficking Awareness for the Hospitality Industry (paid)

The core is KnowledgeCity’s Human Trafficking Awareness course. The CALIFORNIA part of this course is a 5 page PDF and the HOSPITALITY part of the course is an additional chapter.

REVIEW: KnowledgeCity Online Training – Human Trafficking Awareness for the Hospitality Industry (paid)
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REVIEW: KnowledgeCity Online Training – Human Trafficking Awareness for the Hospitality Industry (paid)

The HOSPITALITY part of the course is an additional chapter, including 5:44 of new video, and a single additional question. Additional hospitality questions are peppered in the final test.

Online Human Trafficking Prevention Course Review Series
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Online Human Trafficking Prevention Course Review Series

This set of reviews focuses on courses that the general public can take with no professional affiliations or prerequisites. You can take any of them right now.

REVIEW: Com­mer­cial Lodg­ing Train­ing Video “HUMAN TRAFFICKING: HOW HOTEL EMPLOYEES CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE” from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton
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REVIEW: Com­mer­cial Lodg­ing Train­ing Video “HUMAN TRAFFICKING: HOW HOTEL EMPLOYEES CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE” from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton

This is, essentially, an unskippable video and a certificate form saying you have watched the video. Really. And this is provided by the Texas Attorney General. Let me make this perfectly clear: there is no test for understanding, the certificate is granted by collecting all the letters while you watch the video.

Surprisingly, collecting letters is actually more proof you’ve watched a video than most other video-only courses.

REVIEW: Hotel Training from Guardian Group
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REVIEW: Hotel Training from Guardian Group

Online Course Review Series This is a part of a series of reviews of online anti-trafficking courses. Summary Cost: $5.00 Assessment-based Certificate: Unknown. Interactivity: Unknown. Duration: Unknown. Course description: A course for hotel management and staff to equip themselves with the knowledge necessary to recognize, respond and report human trafficking. Protect yourself, your property and…