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Human Trafficking: Special Populations, Implementing Screeners and Protocols

March 4 @ 1:00 pm - 4:15 pm

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$150 – $165

Live Interactive Webinar

Instructor: Kimberly Hogan, MA, Ph.D., LMSW

Level: Intermediate

CEs: 6

March 4 and 11, 2024, 1 – 4:15 p.m. ET

This is a multiple-day session. In order to receive CEs, you must attend both days.

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The issue of human trafficking poses ongoing challenges for numerous organizations, communities and social work professionals across the United States, as they strive to address this complex problem in a manner that upholds ethical standards and ensures efficient responses. In recognition of the need for education and awareness, this seminar has been specifically designed as a more in depth human trafficking course, offering a valuable refresher for those that already have some familiarity with the topic. Participants will learn about supporting special populations and implementing screeners and protocols within social services agencies. By attending this seminar, participants will gain a solid foundation on special populations and practical ways forward to implement a human trafficking screener and protocol within their organization.

The seminar employs a dynamic approach to learning, combining presentations and engaging breakout room discussions and 1:1 role plays. Through these various modes of instruction, participants will have ample opportunities to deepen their understanding, exchange insights with fellow attendees and gain a multifaceted perspective on human trafficking. This comprehensive presentation is not only intended to enhance participants’ individual knowledge but also to empower them to contribute to their respective practices or organizations in their collective efforts to identify and respond to human trafficking situations. By the end of the seminar, attendees will have significantly bolstered their capacity to address this pressing issue, ultimately making a positive impact on the lives of trafficking victims and fostering a safer society for all.

This seminar is designed for those who have taken an introduction to human trafficking course and are interested in the implementation of a human trafficking screener and protocol development within their social service agency.




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