Training & Resources
There is a wealth of training, resources and background information available on modern slavery and related areas. On this page you will find access to a number of these resources, along with links to third party sites that can offer wider help and information to agencies, businesses, those affected by modern slavery and the wider public in general.
- For businesses & organisations
- Help to identify and/or support victims
- General information on modern slavery and trafficking
- Helping to spread the word
Resources designed for businesses in the agricultural, construction, fishing, food and hospitality industries.
For free online materials for employers / labour providers.
London Universities Purchasing Consortium e-learning for Protecting Human Rights in the Supply Chain
UK Visas and Immigration modernised guidance for frontline staff for how it identifies and helps potential victims of human trafficking.
The Trafficking Survivor Care Standards, publicly launched in June 2015, aim to provide a blueprint for UK-wide service providers offering high quality care to adult survivors of modern slavery.
Hampshire Safeguarding Children Board has developed level 1 training to increase understanding of Child Sexual Exploitation.
Hampshire Constabulary provides some information and advice on identifying and protecting people at risk of trafficking, exploitation and modern slavery.
The Salvation Army has developed a free e-learning on Human Trafficking Awareness.
COMPLETE THE TRAINING (Includes Audio Output)
The Home Office launched the 'Modern Slavery is closer than you think' campaign in 2014. With the Government campaign promotional materials, you will be able to watch a YouTube film about modern slavery and take a look at the infographic and briefing document, as well as posters and wallet cards offering helpline details.
Stop the Traffik have developed 'Spot the signs of trafficking' flexi-cards.
The GLAA have published a report outlining the information they have gathered about modern slavery and labour exploitation over the last year
Unseen has published an annual assessment 2017 of the Modern Slavery Helpline
Public Accounts committee report which finds that the Government still lacks data and systems to properly understand modern slavery, its victims and perpetrators.
Key Events AND DATES
Listed below are a number of upcoming events and key calendar dates relating to modern slavery and associated issues.