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Are you interested in obtaining cutting edge education from leading experts in the field of human trafficking and exploitation? Would you like to learn more about how human trafficking affects the United States? Are you a motivated leader in your field seeking a way to increase your credentials? Do you want to be a leader in the fight against human trafficking? If so our Certificate Program might be right for you. The Trafficking Education Network is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the first course of our certificate program, Introduction to Global Exploitation.
Visit traffickingeducation.com to apply for the TEN Online Certificate Program or email email@example.com with questions. We are accepting applications until Friday, December 20
at 5:00 pm. The first course will open on Sunday, January 12 at Midnight and will run for fourteen weeks ending on Saturday, April 19 at 11:59 pm. Full certificate program information and schedule is located below.
Introduction to Global Exploitation
This course is an overview and introduction to human trafficking. It is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop a professional knowledge base in the areas of both labor and sex trafficking involving foreign and domestic victims, customers, and traffickers. The course will cover prevention, protection, prosecution, and partnership to equip each student with a beginning knowledge base and skill set. The course focuses heavily on the United States, but there is opportunity for students to learn about other countries. During the semester human trafficking trends and current policies, values and ethics, and promising practices for addressing human trafficking will be highlighted.
Global Issues in Sex Trafficking
This course builds on the Introduction course and is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop advanced knowledge in the area of domestic and international sex trafficking. The course will cover the history, theories, policies, assessments, prevention and interventions to equip each student with an focused knowledge base. The course focuses on the victims, customers, and traffickers. During the semester domestic and foreign sex trafficking trends and current policies, values and ethics, and promising practices for addressing sex trafficking will be emphasized.
Global Issues in Labor Trafficking
This course provides students with advanced knowledge involving foreign and domestic victims of labor trafficking, customers, traffickers, and those who support labor trafficking. The course will cover the history, theories, policies, assessments, prevention and interventions to equip each student with an advanced knowledge base. The course focuses on the victims and the characteristics of customers and traffickers. During the semester domestic labor trafficking trends and current policies, values and ethics, and promising practices for addressing domestic and foreign trafficking will be emphasized.
The capstone project is the final step in the certificate process. Capstone Projects are intended to be intensive, active learning projects, requiring the student to integrate their professional discipline with their newly acquired human trafficking knowledge base. Students have two options: to complete an integrative paper or complete a paper and be involved in a field observation experience. The application of newly acquired knowledge and skills to the real world is the student's ultimate goal, and the Capstone Project is how students will demonstrate that they have met this goal.