REG130 - Florida - Human Trafficking (2.0 HR)

$25.95
SKU
013-REG130

Florida ranks third in the United States for the most reported cases of human trafficking, according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline. Because of the prevalence of human trafficking and the state’s commitment to end it, Florida law requires nurses, health care workers, and other professionally mandated reporters to report suspected child and vulnerable adult victims of human trafficking to the state’s central abuse hotline. By taking this course, you will learn to identify human trafficking, follow guidelines for what to report, and understand how to resource and support survivors.

Florida ranks third in the United States for the most reported cases of human trafficking, according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline. Because of the prevalence of human trafficking and the state’s commitment to end it, Florida law requires nurses, health care workers, and other professionally mandated reporters to report suspected child and vulnerable adult victims of human trafficking to the state’s central abuse hotline. By taking this course, you will learn to identify human trafficking, follow guidelines for what to report, and understand how to resource and support survivors.

Objectives

1. Define human trafficking.
2. Identify the types of human trafficking.
3. Discuss the signs of human trafficking.
4. Describe the symptoms human trafficking victims and survivors may display.
5. Discuss the duties of a professionally mandated reporter in the state of Florida.
6. Explain the resources available to survivors of human trafficking in the state of Florida.
7. Identify persons at risk for becoming victims of human trafficking.

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