Participants take a pre- and post-course assessment that demonstrates company preparedness to address human trafficking and slavery in their supply chains. Companies can track employees' completion rates. The course can be completed anytime from any location using only a computer with Internet access.
The University of Delaware/Cahn Group program offers a focused, 45-minute online course to develop the abilities of sourcing professionals to achieve these learning goals:
Learning Goal # 1: Be aware of human trafficking and slavery in supply chains.
Learning Goal # 2: Identify human trafficking and slavery risks present in company supply chains.
Learning Goal # 3: Support prevention and mitigation efforts when human trafficking and slavery is suspected.
Outline of course curriculum
Providing Supply Chain Professionals Experience in Identifying and Acting on Trafficking and Human Slavery Risks
Introduction to Learning: Goals and Approach
Indicators of forced labor Scenario (Construct informed responses supporting prevention and mitigation) Quiz
Indicators of trafficking Scenario (Construct informed responses supporting prevention and mitigation) Quiz
Indicators of bonded labor Scenario (Construct informed responses supporting prevention and mitigation) Quiz
Summary and Post-Test Assessment
UD Professional & Continuing Studies • John M. Clayton Hall
Newark, DE 19716 •
Phone: 302-831-7600 •