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Hospitality TrainingCall to Action! Next time you stay at a hotel, ask: Has your staff been trained to identify and report human trafficking? Contact us to set up a training session...
Corporate EngagementDemonstrate Corporate Social Responsibility to drive brand loyalty! Partner with us today
Survivor EmpowermentLearn more about our WAY2WORK program! We need sponsors and scholarships to support our participants on the path forward
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PATHWAY TO EMPLOYMENT
A path forwardParticipants must be referred by a support program or already stabilized and independent. Participants can be any individual familiar with the challenges of the life of human trafficking, with personal experience or actively in support of those ready to move on the path forward
Certificate ProgramOur certificate program includes 5 one-day seminars that can be taken in any order. All of the one day seminars are accredited and include CEUs (Continuing Education Units)
Interactive and Engaging WorkshopsAll of our seminars are taught by certified corporate trainers utilizing the methodology and content created by Dale Carnegie
Customized Seminar ContentOur seminar participants are either survivors of human trafficking or those who support their journey as case managers, social workers, or others working directly with those impacted by the life. The seminar content is the same offered to any business professional or individual with topics customized for relevance. The only difference in the facilitation approach is in the safe space and common language shared by the participants
Communicate for SuccessCommunicate for Success is the topic for a one day seminar. In this seminar objectives include vision and goal planning, identifying communication and personality styles, listening skills, and managing difficult questions
Conquer StressConquering Stress is topic for one of our seminars. Learning how to recognize, adapt, and recover from stressful situations, either at home or at work, are the objectives for this one-day event
Gain Cooperation and LeadershipIn this one day seminar, participants will learn confidence and communication skills to work well with others, seek a win-win outcome, and gain external awareness to connect positively with others
Tell Your StoryPresentation Skills is one of the seminar topics. Whether telling your story at special events or just feeling and looking confident while speaking, this Dale Carnegie specialty will provide amazing results
"Human Trafficking: Its Everybody’s Business” with Brenda Wells
"Human Trafficking: Its Everybody’s Business" with Brenda Wells. Founder and Director of i-5 Freedom Network, --A Corporate Response to End Human Trafficking. Americans are the best at finding where the dollars are and we do so especially well with an entrepreneurial spirit. It is this condition that has allowed human trafficking, both labor and sexual exploitation, to take hold in the US. And when we talk about human trafficking now, we are talking about US girls and boys, women and men, being exploited and trafficked by US men and women. California is consistently the state with the highest reported cases of human trafficking; OC is a top sex tourism destination in the country. Gangs are switching their commodities from drugs to humans. Employment agencies are luring the unsuspecting into jobs with no pay and abusive conditions. How can your business help put an end their business?
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National Human Trafficking Resource Center
SMS: 233733 (Text "HELP" or "INFO")
1 (888) 373-3788
State of California Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General - SB 970 requires staff associate training on how to identify human trafficking in the hospitality industry
And related federal bills
Click to read the PDF report. The 2017 Report places a special emphasis on human trafficking in the global marketplace. It highlights the hidden risks that workers may encounter when seeking employment and the steps that governments and businesses can take to prevent trafficking, including a demand for transparency in global supply chains.
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to fight human trafficking
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