Human Trafficking Awareness (e-learning)


About the course

2- hour e-learning course

IATA Human Trafficking Awareness aviation training course

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.

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Course code: TALG-76

Group discounts
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.
Please contact us for more information.

Course format

  • This self-study e-learning course requires approximately 2 hours of study, to be completed within 6 months from the purchase date (enrollment validity).
  • After the enrollment validity expires, the users will not have access to the course content and will not be able to take the exam/assessment.
  • The recommended level for this course is Entry-level.
  • Student performance will be based on an exam/assessment. Please refer to the Exam/Assessment Information below for more details.

Registration information

Important: Please note that if you are purchasing courses for more than one person, you must create a User Account for each individual. Registration and payment must be done through each User Account. You cannot use one User Account to purchase courses for multiple individuals. However, you may pay for multiple individuals by one credit card or bank transfer through each individual’s User Account. If you pay by bank transfer, please attach a copy of the bank transfer issued by the sender’s bank to each individual’s order.

Registration

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English
Course fee by user
USD 89

What you will learn

Upon completing this course you will have the skills to:

  • Recognized the global impact of human trafficking
  • Explain the new regulatory environment associated with trafficking
  • Describe the role of aviation in preventing possible cases of human trafficking
  • Identify indicators of potential trafficking situations
  • Assist enforcement authorities by reporting potential trafficking cases
  • Use techniques to protect evidence and minimize safety risks (do not harm)

Course content

  • What is human trafficking?
  • International legislation
  • Key trafficking trends
  • Aviation and human trafficking

Who should attend

This course is recommended for:

  • Ground staff
  • Cabin staff
  • Aviation trainers
  • Airport operators
  • Enforcement Authorities

Certificate awarded

Upon successful completion of the exam/assessment, you will be awarded a Certificate that you can print for your records.

Exam/Assessment information

Please read the General Information on Self-study exams.

  • Delivery method: Unsupervised online-based exam. Assessment can be taken at any time at your convenience.
  • Format: 10 multiple-choice questions
  • Time allowance: 45 minutes
  • Passing grade: 70% correct answers
  • Distinction: 90% correct answers
  • Number of exam/assessment attempts: 2

Important note: The exam/assessment should be accessed after you have completed the course module. Once you have started the assessment you can no longer access the course module.

This course is a step toward earning an IATA Diploma in:

Environmental Sustainability Practitioner Diploma

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.

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