Many of us believe that slavery was abolished in the nineteenth century and is no longer a significant human rights issue. However, slavery is still very prevalent around the world, and even occurs in Australia. As individuals, we have a moral obligation to avoid supporting operations that involve modern slavery, and many businesses also have a legal obligation to do so by complying with the Modern Slavery Act of 2018.
This course introduces the concept of modern slavery and explains the various forms it can take. It also explains the need to be aware of how slavery can exist in supply chains that are directly or indirectly associated with products and services that we rely on. This course raises awareness of these issues, and explains the legal obligations set out in the Modern Slavery Act that apply to many Australian businesses.
The Modern Slavery Awareness course covers the following major subject areas:
This course is delivered as an online self-paced training module. The module consists of 26 screens of content followed by an assessment of randomised questions. Participants must answer all questions correctly in order to complete the course, and may review content and re-attempt the assessment until it has been passed. Most people will complete the course in 25 to 30 minutes. After completion, a personalised certificate can be printed.
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High quality, comprehensive and engaging content is not all there is to our unique course offerings. Our courses are supported by the flexible and powerful Online Compliance Learning Management System (OCLMS) platform. The platform also includes many unique administration features and customisation options that enable you to present a consistent and appealing experience.
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