Know the signs through training & education.

General Awareness

This training is mandatory for all PATH volunteers with a primary focus on sex trafficking and the world of the victim.

This training is for anyone who wants to learn more about human trafficking, how the industry works, and how awareness can help save lives.

$

Who Should Attend?

Anyone who wants to learn more about human trafficking and how the industry works.

This training is mandatory for all PATH volunteers and employees and provides an intense look at the world of the sex industry with a primary focus on sex trafficking and the world of the victim.

$

What You Will Learn

Basic information on trafficking
Who becomes a victim, how they are trapped, life in the sex industry, and the effects of that lifestyle including trauma short- and long-term effects.

How to work with or talk to a victim/survivor.

A brief look at who are the traffickers, perpetrators, assailants, purchasers.

The role of pornography in the sex-industry
Ways to become involved.

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This training is for support staff and those providing care in a medical setting.

This training is designed for anyone who provides care in a medical setting, including clinics and hospitals, and the support staff for those settings.

$

Who Should Attend?

This training is designed for anyone who provides care in a medical setting, including clinics and hospitals, and the support staff for those settings.

$

What You Will Learn

Basic information on trafficking.

Brief explanation of how a victim is trapped and life in the sex industry.

Medical and psychological effects of that lifestyle including trauma, short and long term effects.

Physical and psychological indicators including branding, mannerisms, responses, etc.

How to talk to a victim/survivor and perform a safe, thorough exam.

When and how to report.

Mental Health

This training is for all staff working in clinical psychiatric and mental health settings.

Anyone working in a clinical psychiatric or mental health setting including front-line team members, assessment & intake team, and support staff.

$

Who Should Attend?

For anyone working in a clinical psychiatric or mental health setting, including front-line team members, assessment/intake team, and support staff.

$

What You Will Learn

Basic information on trafficking.

Brief explanation of how a victim is trapped and life in the sex industry.

Psychological effects of that lifestyle including trauma: short and long term effects.

Physical and psychological indicators including branding, mannerisms, responses, etc.

How to talk with a victim/survivor, perform a safe, thorough assessment and development of the Plan of Care.

Long term recovery and how to find the right placement.

When and how to report.

Recreation Personnel

This training is for a natural resource and outdoor recreation professionals.

Arkansas State Parks, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, Arkansas Department of Heritage, Arkansas Forestry Commission, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, National Park Service, Community Parks and Recreation personnel.

$

Who Should Attend?

Arkansas State Parks, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, Arkansas Department of Heritage, Arkansas Forestry Commission, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, National Park Service, Community Parks and Recreation personnel

This training provides an intense look at the world of the sex industry with a primary focus on sex trafficking and the world of the victim.

$

What You Will Learn

Basic information on trafficking.

What to look for – trafficking indicators both during a potential abuse incident and assessing the scene after.

Who becomes a victim and how they are lured into trafficking situations.

Life in the sex industry and the effects of that lifestyle including trauma.

How to quickly assess the situation and what to ask a victim/survivor.

Next steps including who to connect potential victims with and protocol for reporting.

Life after sexual assault or in the sex industry; the effects of that lifestyle including trauma- short and long-term effects.

A brief look at who are the traffickers, perpetrators, assailants, purchasers.

First Responders

This training is for law enforcement & emergency response teams.

This training is designed specifically for fire fighters, law enforcement, emergency medical services, Red Cross and emergency response teams like CERT, ERT, etc.

$

Who Should Attend?

This training is designed specifically for fire fighters, law enforcement, emergency medical services, Red Cross and emergency response teams like CERT, ERT, etc.

$

What You Will Learn

Basic information on trafficking.

Description of how a victim is trapped and life in the sex industry.

Physical and psychological indicators including branding, mannerisms, responses, etc.

Medical and psychological effects of that lifestyle including trauma, short and long-term effects.

How to talk with a victim while performing a safe, thorough exam in an emergency situation where trafficking is likely to occur.

School Faculty & Staff

This training is designed for those working or volunteering in a school setting.

Faculty and staff, educators, coaches, counselors, school nurses, student activity coordinators, student personnel professionals, and other campus employees, as well as student leaders, and other students interested in the subject matter or in starting a campus organization to raise awareness about sex trafficking.

$

Who Should Attend?

Faculty and staff, educators, coaches, counselors, school nurses, student activity coordinators, student personnel professionals, and other campus employees, as well as student leaders, and other students interested in the subject matter or in starting a campus organization to raise awareness about sex trafficking.

A break-out session will be offered for anyone interested in launching a campus-based advocacy group to fight this crime and raise awareness.

$

What You Will Learn

Basic information on trafficking
A brief look at who the traffickers, perpetrators, assailants and purchasers are.

Who becomes a victim and how they are trapped.

How to work with and talk to a victim/survivor.

The role of pornography in the sex-industry
Internet safety and virtual learning
How to assess and recognize changed in student behavior.

Life after sexual assault or in the sex industry; the effects of that lifestyle including trauma: short and long term effects.

How to report and how to access services.

Resources for students and care providers.

Service & Hospitality

This training is for all service industry staff interacting with people in the field.

This training is for hotel or restaurant staff, transportation professionals, home repair technicians, utility workers, home-delivery workers, moving company employees, and any other profession where employees interact with people in the field.

$

Who Should Attend?

Hospitality professionals are in key places to interact with trafficking victims. Places like hotels, motels, restaurants and bars are frequented by this population. This training prepares receptionists, housekeeping staff, concierge, bartenders, and waiters to identify and respond to human trafficking.

$

What You Will Learn

Basic information on trafficking.

What to look for – trafficking indicators.

Who becomes a victim and how they are lured into trafficking situations.

Life in the sex industry and the effects of that lifestyle including trauma.

How to quickly assess the situation and what to ask a victim/survivor.

Next steps including who to connect potential victims with and protocol for reporting.

Life after sexual assault or in the sex industry; the effects of that lifestyle including trauma- short and long-term effects.

A brief look at who the traffickers, perpetrators, assailants, and purchasers are.

Church Staff

This training is for church staff, parents, and those struggling with addiction.

Pastors and their teams, parents, students, those struggling with addiction. Please note: some of these attendees must meet at different times per the nature of the training.

$

Who Should Attend?

Pastors and their teams, parents, students, those struggling with addiction. Please note: some of these attendees must meet at different times per the nature of the training.

$

What You Will Learn

Basic information on trafficking.

Who becomes a victim, how they are trapped, life after sexual assault or the sex industry, the effects of that lifestyle including trauma- short and long-term effects.

What to watch for in the work or church setting – How to prepare, notice indicators, and respond.

How to educate and equip students and parents in the church setting.

How to work with or talk with a victim/survivor.

How to care for those who struggle with sex-addiction and pornography and implement safeguards in a path to healing.

God loves these as much as He loves the victims/survivors. There is redemption, restoration and a new life for everyone through a relationship with Christ.

Businesses

This training is for business owners and their teams.

This training focuses on all other professionals in the workplace. It is for business owners. and their teams, whether. ornot they interact with people in the field.

$

Who Should Attend?

Business owners and their teams should attend this training.

$

What You Will Learn

Basic information on trafficking.

Who becomes a victim, how they are trapped.

Life after sexual assault or the sex industry, the effects of that lifestyle including trauma- short and long term effects.

What to watch for in the workplace.

How to work with or talk to a victim/survivor.

A brief look at who is the trafficker, perpetrator, assailant, purchaser.

Tools to implement and/or manage a sexual-assault-free workplace.

How sexual abuse may affect on-the-job accidents, incidents, workplace violence
(real or perceived), and sexual harassment (real or perceived).

Next steps including who to connect potential victims with and protocol for reporting.

Teens & Kids

This training is for young adults, teens, and kids.

This training is for young adults, teens, and kids with a focus on how to stay safe. 

$

Who Should Attend?

This training is for teens and kids. We can speak to groups, clubs, youth programs, or parents. Fill out the form below and we’ll advise you.

$

What You Will Learn

Basic information on trafficking.

Who becomes a victim, how they are trapped, life after sexual assault or the sex industry, the effects of that lifestyle including trauma- short and long-term effects.

How does a person get trapped? The number one way is through social media.

How to educate and equip young adults, teens, and kids. 

Fill out the form below and we will tell you how to stay safe, or speak to your group abotu the traps that are out there.

Ending human trafficking? Make it your business. We’ll show you how.

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