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Tackling Forced Labor in Businesses – Aquaculture and Fishing

Tackling Forced Labor in Businesses – Aquaculture and Fishing


This course focuses on tackling forced labor in the aquaculture and fishing industry and delivers practical information on what forced labor is and how to identify and help stop it. For purchasing options, please see below.

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Course Overview

Learning Objectives


At the end of the course, learners will have a better understanding of:

  • What forced labor is and how it can affect them and their workplace
  • The indicators and signs that can help them to detect forced labor
  • How they can help fight forced labor, and what to do if they identify a potential case

Suitable for all in the aquaculture/fishing industries, with stranding by role.


  • Audience

    Role specific

  • Duration

    Up to 30 mins

  • Assessment

    End test available as customized option

Technical Specifications

Format

SCORM 1.2
SCORM 2004 (3rd/4th edition)
HTML
jQuery
CSS

Hosting Environment

SCORM 1.2/2004 (3rd/4th edition) compliant LMS platforms including:

  • Moodle
  • Cornerstone
  • SumTotal
  • Saba
  • PeopleFluent LMS (formerly NetDimensions)

Browser Support

Internet Explorer 11
Edge
Chrome
Firefox

Learner Environment

Responsive content may be viewed on:

  • Desktop
  • Laptop
  • Tablet devices

Pop-up blockers disabled. Minimum screen resolution 1024 x 768. Recommended connection speed 512 KBPS. JavaScript must be enabled.

Please request a trial if you would like to review the course. Your business development manager will be in touch to discuss next steps. If you are an individual user, or a small business that requires 50 or fewer licenses and do not need an LMS, please proceed to buy now. This option includes cost of running course through the LEO GRC LMS. Please contact us if you wish to discuss further.

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