Human Trafficking Essentials: Name Your Own Price for Human Trafficking Awareness Month (January 2022)
“Prevention and responses to human trafficking”
Online, self-paced, self-guided. An interactive, fact-based, victim-centered, human trafficking awareness and prevention training with measurable learning outcomes.
While this course is for everyone, we recommend parents review it for those under 18.
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This certification course is specifically designed for professionals and anyone interested in advancing their knowledge of human trafficking. It covers all the basics everyone in the field should know, and provides pre-course and post-course assessments to show improvement. It includes in-depth information on human trafficking definitions, prevalence, risk factors, vulnerabilities, red flags, and responses. It is victim-centric, measurable, and based upon over a decade of research. The materials are delivered in 30 minutes of video and 90 minutes of instruction and interactive activities.
Retail price: $249.00.
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It includes in-depth information on human trafficking definitions, prevalence, risk factors, vulnerabilities, red flags, and responses. It is victim-centric, measurable, and based upon over a decade of research. The materials are delivered in 30 minutes of video and 90 minutes of instruction and interactive activities.
The training includes practical responses to trafficking, statistics, and survivor stories and requires passing an assessment to receive certification.
Human Trafficking Essentials has been accepted for Project Management Professional (PMP) Professional Development Units (PDUs). PMP is an internationally recognized professional designation offered by the Project Management Institute.
CIO 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.
Legal definitions and requirements
Actions, Means, and Purpose are required to be considered trafficking
How unmet needs can lead to trafficking
Common red flags
Risk factors and vulnerabilities
100% Online: Access on Mobile, PC, Tablet and Laptop
Certificate of Completion with Money Back Guarantee
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for the course are 100% guaranteed to be accepted by any organization.
Four thorough chapters with 10 sections, nine videos (30+ minutes), and 90 minutes of lessons and interactive activities
Demonstrable mastery through pre- and post- assessment testing
"A real eye-opener; well worth the effort"
“The presentation is very slick, and the procedure is easy to follow. The exam is thorough, and I was pleased that an incorrect answer was accompanied by the correct section to study for that knowledge. Before taking the course, I thought I had a solid grasp of the nature of human trafficking, but the initial test to determine my baseline knowledge was a real eye-opener!
I have taken many courses like this covering different subjects over the years, and they are often a simple formality, but Human Trafficking Essentials taught me valuable information about this horrific industry, and I feel equipped to recognize the signs of it when I see it, and the appropriate steps to take.
I had to put in earnest work for the Certificate of Mastery and it was well worth the effort.”
My name is Steve Powers (he/him) and I am a 57 old game developer about to celebrate the 25th anniversary with my wife. We have lived in Texas all our lives and call Austin home.
"More than just statistics"
“I like how Human Trafficking Essentials wasn’t just about statistics.
Other courses throw a bunch of numbers at you with no real connection to the victims or how it happens, but Human Trafficking Essentials taught me about human trafficking from the inside out.
I can especially relate to the stories!“
– Dena Miller, Certified Mental Health Peer Specialist
My name is Dena Miller (she/her) and I am a mom, a daughter, a sister, heterosexual, divorced, single, a Certified Mental Health Peer Specialist, and a caretaker