Modern Slavery: training
Training information for professionals who come into contact with slavery victims.
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In principle all agencies and organisations who find themselves with grounds for concern that a person may be a victim of modern Slavery or human trafficking have a responsibility for identifying the person as a possible victim and putting those in touch with the responsible authorities and support providers. Further contact information can be found on Reporting Modern Slavery.
To support you further there are a number of courses which may be of interest.
Anti-Slavery Awareness (half-day introductory course)
This provides an overview of the signs and symptoms of slavery and how to report slavery. This can be delivered online and in person. The session has the following aims and objectives:
- describe the different forms of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking
- demonstrate an understanding of the reasons people become victims/survivors
- identify signs and indicators of a potential victim/survivor
- recognise the reason why the victims/survivors are reluctant to come forward demonstrate an understanding of how-to refer a suspected victim/survivor for help and advice
For more detail and information, please contact Angelina.Rodriques (Senior Modern Slavery and Workers Rights Manager at the Welsh Government).
Anti-Slavery first responder course
First responder organisations in Wales are identified by Home Office and form part of a multi-agency response to rescuing victims and caring for them afterwards. If you are working for a First Responder Organisation, you can attend this training. The training can be found on the Modern Slavery website.
Child victims of Modern Slavery training
Responding to child victims of modern slavery presents unique challenges for practitioners working on the frontline. This child-specific programme seeks to build on what you already know as a First Responder and/or safeguarding partner. The training can be found on the Modern Slavery website.