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EMPOWER YOUR COMPANY NOW!!! Develop skills to: -Spot & Report trafficking in your community -Offer immediate resources to victims, and -Prevent your staff and their families from being targeted and -Create a more safe and secure workplace!
CORPORATE MANAGEMENT / TEAM LEADER TRAINING: 2 hours 30 minutes - Equip yourself to EDUCATE YOUR STAFF! 1 Introduction to Modern Slavery; What is Trafficking? 2Red flags & Grooming 3 Resources Break 15 min 4Case Studies & Reporting 5 Creating Company-specific avenues for staff education/training & reporting 6The Economics of Trafficking; A business perspective 7 Assessing Trauma/Interviewing Possible Victims 8 Q&A
GENERAL STAFF (or classroom) TRAINING Approx 30 min. 1 What is Trafficking? 2 How to spot, report or engage 3 Red flags & Grooming 4 Resources & safety tips for families and co-workers 5 Q&A
HERE'S WHAT CLIENTS HAD TO SAY: "Communities In Schools of Spokane County was very fortunate to receive training from your organization on human trafficking. The scope of the problem in Spokane County is enormous... One of the biggest impacts on my staff was the description of predatory behavior that takes place to literally capture these children when they are on the street... a major concern for all citizens, yet these children do not have a voice and so this problem goes on unabated... We have called on your organization multiple times and you always respond. Thanks for all you do for children." -Chuck Teegarden Executive Director - Communities in Schools
"Over the past several years, Pastor Tilbury and his wife, Bindi have been very gracious in accepting our invitation to present on their work to our senior nursingstudents at the WSU College of Nursing. Over 120 nursing students in Spokane, TriCities and Yakima all get to hear the riveting stories about how the Jonah Project,working with other local agencies and organization, reaches out a helping hand to turn lives around that would otherwise have been mired in hopelessness. Nurses are often a significant part of the front line in terms of recognizing and assisting victims of human trafficking. Your contributions help ensure that our students (and subsequent members of the nursing profession), will have the heightened awareness of the problem that can help lead to solutions." -Phyllis Eide WSU College of Nursing
"At Cup of Cool Water we work with many youth who are experiencing homelessness. The youth who come into our drop-in center have experienced a great deal of trauma over the course of their lives and as long as the youth is on the street, he or she will continue to experience trauma, such as trafficking. I reached out to Aaron at the Jonah Project because although we are aware that many of our youth have been victims of trafficking, we may not be able to recognize the warning signs or have much of an understanding of how to support someone who has been trafficked. Aaron painted a picture for us of those who have been trafficked, how to recognize someone who may be trafficked, a few questions we may be able to ask and he shared about how we could partner more actively with Jonah project. The volunteers who attended that training are better informed and have more of a clear idea of how and when to support a victim of trafficking. We are so appreciative of this partnership and hope to continue working toward a common goal in service of vulnerable youth in Spokane." -Jeremy Clark Cup of Cool Water - Volunteer Coordinator
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