Human Trafficking Awareness [CSEC Series Part 1]

Justice U Human Trafficking Awareness Badge

Part 1: Welcome

This course is Part 1 of the certification program Essential Knowledge for Addressing the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.

The goal of this training is to build and verify your critical knowledge and skills to end human trafficking.

By learning about the issue of human trafficking with this course, you are on your way to making a true and lasting difference—to be part of the solution to end human trafficking right now, leveraging exactly who you are and where you are today to make an impact.

Part 1 Details At-A-Glance

  • Price: Included in series registration
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Audience: All
  • Length: ~1 hour
  • Series: Essential Knowledge for Addressing the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children
  • Awards: Justice U™ Human Trafficking Awareness Badge

CME/CE Information

Continuing education credits for this course are included in the total credits available for this series. Refer the the CME/CE information available for the entire series.

Healthcare Professionals: You can alternatively take the healthcare version of this course, Human Trafficking Awareness for Healthcare Professionals. The healthcare version of this course adds additional insights for healthcare professionals. This course is part of the series Healthcare Response to Human Trafficking. View the healthcare version of Human Trafficking Awareness >>

Begin this course below.

Course Content

Lessons Status
1

Course details

2

Self-Care Considerations for Learners

3

Getting help now

4

The beginning of Carla's story

5

1: What is human trafficking?

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2: Who is at risk for human trafficking—and why?

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3: Where does human trafficking take place?

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4: How would I recognize it? And what should I do?

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5: What is being done to stop human trafficking?

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What happens next with Carla

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Course Summary

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Final Exam: Human Trafficking Awareness (Badge)

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Course Conclusion

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Credits

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References