Welcome to the GLAA Academy - working in partnership with the University of Derby’s International Policing and Justice Institute.
Our first training course is a Certificate in Professional Development: Investigating Modern Slavery
A programme developed in partnership with the University of Derby to give individuals the knowledge, skills and confidence to identify labour exploitation.
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 (and equivalent legislation in Scotland and Northern Ireland) has increased awareness of labour exploitation and drawn together various strands of legislation to ensure that the UK has a focussed approach to deal with all forms of slavery. The GLAA has been heavily involved in the development of the legislation, in particular using its expertise in the area of labour exploitation. The Modern Slavery Act requires business to consider its approach to tackling this abhorrent crime.
But we and our law enforcement partners cannot tackle labour exploitation alone. We continue to work alongside businesses to raise awareness and offer support to identify and tackle labour exploitation. This support includes providing a training programme to enable businesses to identify labour exploitation, non-compliance with the GLAA Licensing Standards, act as a deterrent to those who seek to exploit workers and support the transparency in the supply chain requirements placed upon business from 1 November 2015. Importantly, it will also ensure that any business which identifies issues of labour exploitation knows when and how to report concerns.
The programme is based upon the training received by GLAA Inspectors and uses real life examples of GLAA inspections. It utilises the expertise of the University of Derby’s International Policing and Justice Institute who are recognised as leaders in the area of investigative interviewing and this programme is being accredited by the University. The programme does not seek to place the responsibility for tackling the most serious forms of exploitation on individuals within a business. It seeks to support them through increased knowledge and awareness with the emphasis that if Modern Slavery or non-compliance is identified it should be reported immediately to the relevant authorities.
2017 Available Course Dates
- 04 & 05 July 2017 - Full
Dates for the next academic year have yet to be finalised.
- £600 per delegate
- Two full days of training
- Courses hosted at the University of Derby
- Maximum of eight delegates on each course
- Qualification is accredited by University of Derby
- Carries 40 CPD points
The module is ideal for: Compliance Managers, Contract Managers, Technical and Field Managers, Labour Co-ordinators, Recruitment Managers, Ethical Auditors and any HR, training or other managers with responsibility for delivering training in relation to the recruitment and placement of workers.
For more information and to reserve places on the courses please email email@example.com.
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