This session is designed to provide a general overview of the requirements for the Human Trafficking Prevention Training. PROTECT Texas offers training modules for school personnel as well as age-appropriate, research-based prevention curricula for elementary, middle, and high school students During the session, participants will identify:
- Human Trafficking 101- Understand federal definition of severe forms of trafficking in persons; identify possible indicators of sex & labor trafficking; and recognize strategies commonly used by traffickers to groom and recruit youth.
- Human Trafficking 102- Describe risk and protective factors for youth; recognize indicators of complex trauma; and develop trauma informed skills to help support those that have been trafficked.
- Human Trafficking 103- Identify indicators of human trafficking, respond to disclosures from youth in a culturally responsive and trauma informed manner; understand the reporting requirements for child trafficking and their role in the process; recognize how prevention education can change everything.