Sex Trafficking

  • Instructor: An Goldbauer
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Description

Students will gain knowledge about the history of human trafficking through present day issues that continue to overlap 25 typologies. In-Class discussions will include identifying Supply Chains world-wide and companies that have signed pledges taking a stance against labor trafficking. Discussions about the different models of organized crime that range from gang operations to mob, pimp, and familial. The student will gain knowledge about the different indicators used to identify a human trafficked victim, ACE Scores that include vulnerable populations, minorities, and those who are undocumented and commonly present with a range of health, dental, and mental health problems. Health care professionals are usually in the front line ranging from EMS to ER and are best able to be in a position to identify the critical indicators for identifying human trafficking victims. The student will gain knowledge about the prevalence of human trafficking and the different forms of trafficking that estimate to amount well over the documented $150 billion dollar industry that is believed to eventually surpass the reported $500 billion drug cartel industry with these two interfacing and overlapping world-wide. Recognizing code language, tattoo art and jewelry are some of the indicators for identifying victims held in sex trafficking. Students will gain knowledge on how to use screening tools, using a trauma-informed approach when interviewing, treating and working with victims. The student will will gain knowledge about SART’s and how health care and law enforcement can collaborate and utilize referral services. Students will gain knowledge on identifying reportable events ranging from domestic servitude, bondage, labor and sex trafficking and how to report these events.

Learning objectives

  1. Students will explore the history of human trafficking - Ten countries afflicted by modern slavery [Video] in class.
  2. Identify the types of Supply Chains, bench-marking, and score cards.
  3. Recognize the at-risk populations and the conceptual framework of the ACE Pyramid and ACE scores.
  4. Recognize code language and its use.
  5. Describe the role of Sexual Assault Rapid Response Teams (SART’s).

Table of Contents

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Sex Trafficking Evaluation
  • Instructions - Sex Trafficking
  • Agenda / Overview - Sex Trafficking
  • Presentation - Sex Trafficking
  • Workshop Code - Sex Trafficking
  • Evaluation - Sex Trafficking
  • Workshop - Complete

Requirements

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Price

Plan Name Price
Unlimited: $ 159.00

Instructor

An Goldbauer

ITCA Board Certified Transgender Care Professional, Clinical Sexologist, Transgender Activist & Healthcare Consultant. Experience in Educational Curriculum & Program Development.
Experience in Pediatric and Teen Grief Program Development.
Speaker/Educator.
Policy/Procedure Development for NFP Organizations.
Compliance in Healthcare Organizations.

Courses by this instructor

Name Level Release Date
Sex Trafficking 05/14/2020

Students will gain knowledge about the history of human trafficking through present day issues that continue to overlap 25 typologies. In-Class discussions will include identifying Supply Chains world-wide and companies that have signed pledges taking a stance against labor trafficking. Discussions about the different models of organized crime that range from gang operations to mob, pimp, and familial. The student will gain knowledge about the different indicators used to identify a human trafficked victim, ACE Scores that include vulnerable populations, minorities, and those who are undocumented and commonly present with a range of health, dental, and mental health problems. Health care professionals are usually in the front line ranging from EMS to ER and are best able to be in a position to identify the critical indicators for identifying human trafficking victims. The student will gain knowledge about the prevalence of human trafficking and the different forms of trafficking that estimate to amount well over the documented $150 billion dollar industry that is believed to eventually surpass the reported $500 billion drug cartel industry with these two interfacing and overlapping world-wide. Recognizing code language, tattoo art and jewelry are some of the indicators for identifying victims held in sex trafficking. Students will gain knowledge on how to use screening tools, using a trauma-informed approach when interviewing, treating and working with victims. The student will will gain knowledge about SART’s and how health care and law enforcement can collaborate and utilize referral services. Students will gain knowledge on identifying reportable events ranging from domestic servitude, bondage, labor and sex trafficking and how to report these events.

Learning objectives

  1. Students will explore the history of human trafficking - Ten countries afflicted by modern slavery [Video] in class.
  2. Identify the types of Supply Chains, bench-marking, and score cards.
  3. Recognize the at-risk populations and the conceptual framework of the ACE Pyramid and ACE scores.
  4. Recognize code language and its use.
  5. Describe the role of Sexual Assault Rapid Response Teams (SART’s).

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