This training provides members of the trucking industry with a greater understanding of human trafficking, so they can recognize and respond to it when they suspect it is occurring.
Human Trafficking Training Course
Course overview & goals1 of 21
Understand human trafficking, so you can recognize and respond to it when you suspect it is occurring.
Trafficking in the United States2 of 21
The trucking industry and member have the opportunity to see and respond to trafficking in numerous places.
What do you know about human trafficking?3 of 21
Take a quick quiz to see what you already know about human trafficking.
What is the difference between smuggling and trafficking?5 of 21
Understand the different motivations and methods between smuggling and trafficking.
Understand how to identify victims of sex trafficking6 of 21
Understanding how to identify victims of sex trafficking and their vulnerabilities.
The impact of slavery7 of 21
Understand the substantial risks that can impact the trucking industry due to human trafficking.
Understand the signs of human trafficking8 of 21
Learn what to look for and how to identify potential victims of human trafficking.
Calling the national hotline10 of 21
Understand when to call the 24-hour hotline when you suspect trafficking.
What is your role in responding to human trafficking?11 of 21
Understand the various roles and how they pertain to being aware of various trafficking situations.
Responder Role: Truck Driver12 of 21
Learn about indicators of trafficking that you might see or hear as a truck driver in a travel plaza or truck stop lot.
Responder Role: GM or Travel Plaza Employee13 of 21
Learn about indicators of trafficking that you might see or hear as a GM or Travel Plaza employee.
Responder Role: Security Guard14 of 21
Learn about indicators of trafficking that you might see or hear as a security guard in or around a travel plaza or truck stop lot.
Responder Role: Trucking Executive or Industry Member15 of 21
Learn about indicators of trafficking that you might see or hear as an executive or industry member.
If you suspect human trafficking, what should you do?17 of 21
Understand how to avoid hesitation and take action when you suspect human trafficking.
Are you a parent?18 of 21
Understand how you can protect your children from the possibility of becoming a trafficking victim.
We need your help19 of 21
Answer and submit this short survey to help us make improvement to our courses.
What did you learn about human trafficking?20 of 21
Take our post training quiz to help reinforce what you just learned.