Quick-paced primer on preventing modern slavery
- Mobile first, responsive
Walkgrove created short and pacey training for a diverse global audience about how to prevent modern slavery through their work.
The training need
From human trafficking to forced marriage, slavery still exists in today’s world. Hundreds of thousands of people are exploited by others and are forced to live or work in conditions that violate human dignity.
Ingeus is a global provider of employment and health programmes, services for young people, training and skills support, and justice system rehabilitation services. In compliance with Britain’s Modern Slavery Act 2015, the company introduced a policy on modern slavery. Ingeus needed to educate its international team of 2700 staff on the Ingeus policy and how the company can combat modern slavery in all its forms.
Ingeus commissioned Walkgrove to create a custom e-learning course that would promote day-to-day operational vigilance as well as supportive teamwork across the organisation. The company wanted employees to feel empowered to work together and prevent incidents of modern slavery.
Our bespoke learning solution
Walkgrove created a quick-paced, 15-minute bespoke e-learning course explaining modern slavery and how to prevent it at Ingeus.
Our e-learning development team designed an on-brand, clear and positive solution that could create an emotional connection with learners. It uses video, infographics and practical examples to explain forms of modern slavery and its devastating impact as well as the positive difference that Ingeus could make.
The fully responsive custom e-learning course is relevant and accessible to all types of employees within the Ingeus international team. It includes simple guidance for employees about steps to take if they suspect or discover modern slavery within the supply chain.
Walkgrove also developed a version of the Ingeus Modern Slavery e-learning course for Ingeus’ partner project, the Reoffender Rehabilitation Partnership, which provides services for people leaving prison.