Hotel Training (GGLC101)

Hospitality


Description

Uncovering and understanding sex trafficking within the hospitality industry - A course for hotel management and staff to familiarize themselves with recognizing and responding to human trafficking. Protect yourself, your property and your guests.

Content
  • Course Overview
  • Guardian Seal Course Notes
  • Course Overview (Video)
  • Unit 1:Intersection with the Hospitality Industry
  • Unit 1, Page 1: Changes in Human Sex Trafficking
  • Unit 1, Page 2: Point of Sale
  • Unit 1, Page 3: Recognition of Human Sex Trafficking
  • Unit 1, Page 4: Repercussions of Human Sex Trafficking
  • Unit 1, Page 5: Where Hotels stand on Human Sex Trafficking
  • Unit 1, Page 6: Unit Close
  • Unit 1: Challenges Within the Hospitality Industry
  • Unit 2: Basic Recognition Training
  • Unit 2, Page 1: Red Flag Interactive Indicators
  • Unit 2, Page 1: Red Flag Indicators
  • Unit 2, Page 2: All Staff
  • Unit 2, Page 3: Valet/Front Door
  • Unit 2, Page 4: Front Desk
  • Unit 2, Page 5: Front Desk Cont.
  • Unit 2, Page 6: Housekeeping
  • Unit 2, Page 7: Unit Close
  • Unit 3: Basic Response Training
  • Unit 3, Page 1: What to do
  • Unit 3, Page 2: What NOT to Do
  • Unit 3, Page 3: Reporting Mechanism
  • Unit 3, Page 4: Joining the Fight
  • Unit 3: Survey
  • Unit 3: Closing video
  • Section 4: Wrap Up
  • Unit 4: Have You Seen Sex Trafficking
  • Unit 4, Page 1:Course Feedback
  • Unit 4: Survey
  • Unit 4: Stay Current & Lead the Fight
  • Unit 4: Page 2: Resources
  • Unit 4: Page 3: References
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: 1 year