Modern Slavery Training

Are you looking for expert training on modern slavery and human trafficking – what it is, how to correctly spot the signs of exploitation, and what to do about it?

Are you a frontline professional such as police, NHS, or Local Authority, and want to be equipped in case you come across potential victims of slavery?

Or are you a business needing to know where slavery could be an issue in your supply chain or wider operations, and what you can do about it?

If the answer to any of the above is yes, you're in the right place.

Unseen's training is aimed at professionals whose work may bring them into contact with potential victims of slavery. In the past we have trained Local Authorities, Police, Fire and Rescue, Housing Associations, Environmental Health Officers, Social Workers, NGOs, businesses and many other sectors.

Our training gives you the benefit of our decade's experience of working on the issue at every level – working with victims and survivors, collaborating with law enforcers and government bodies, contributing to policy and research, running the Modern Slavery Helpline - compressed into practical, CPD-accredited courses.

Join an upcoming course or explore bespoke training

You can either book on to one of our Frontline: Modern Slavery Training courses, or we can develop bespoke training sessions, tailored to the needs of your organisation.

Frontline: Modern Slavery Training is for you if you are a professional and may come into contact with slavery in the course of your work. You will develop greater knowledge of the law around modern slavery and human trafficking as well as what it looks like in real life. You will learn how to spot the signs of exploitation, and what you can do if you come into contact with a potential victim. And you will explore the issues facing individuals who have been trafficked and enslaved and find out what support is available.

Alternatively, it might be that bespoke training is more appropriate for your organisation's needs, focusing on particular issues relating to modern slavery and its eradication in a specific sector.

Fill out the contact form opposite (we do monitor it!), or call 0303 040 2888 to book or find out more.