The global air transport system is the business of freedom and it plays a unique role in connecting businesses to markets, uniting family and friends, bringing people together and facilitating tourism and cultural exchange. However, in recent years, it has become evident that transnational criminal groups are exploiting this system to traffic women, men and children illegally around the globe.
With more and more emerging regulations on trafficking in human beings, it is key for you, as aviation staff to understand how you can contribute to fighting this evil crime. This course will equip you with the most recent techniques on how to spot and how to manage human trafficking situations.
Course code: TALG-76
Considerable discounts are available for multiple purchases (30+ users) of this course. To simplify company-wide implementation, you can also host this e-learning course on your company’s Learning Management.
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Upon completing this course you will have the skills to:
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Upon successful completion of the exam/assessment, you will be awarded a Certificate that you can print for your records.
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You will learn through a hands-on course how to design a sustainability strategy, explore more about environmental management systems and gain a good understanding of how carbon markets work, all of which are key elements in reducing a company’s environmental impact.