Human Trafficking Training


In partnership with Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST), LBHA is proud to offer our members FREE, in-depth, online human trafficking training.  SB 970 (Atkins, 2018) requires that hotel and lodging employees who are likely to interact with victims of human trafficking undergo at least 20 minutes of human trafficking awareness training and education. 


BEST’s Inhospitable to Human Trafficking Training

BEST offers the most comprehensive human trafficking training available in the country for hospitality employees. BEST’s training is a proven tool that helps victims of human trafficking escape exploitation and helps trained hotels become less hospitable for traffickers. Survey research has shown that before receiving training, only 8% of trainees recognized a trafficking incident within the prior year. After taking BEST’s training, that number jumped to 44% of trainees identifying victims.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES:
  1. Provide an overview of human trafficking and its impact on the hotel industry
  2. Discuss common indicators of human trafficking
  3. Provide action steps for responding to and preventing human trafficking
  4. Summarize key takeaways and provide additional resources, including video modules with real scenarios and the option to receive more in-depth training
TRAINING OPTIONS:
  1. Individual online training for staff (in English and Spanish)
  2. Individual online training for employers (staff training course plus additional modules and resources for owners and managers)
  3. Do you want to train your staff? Heather Rozman, Executive Director, has been trained by BEST to present this human trafficking training course in-person. If you are interested having her come to your property please contact Heather directly at 213-261-7071; free for members!
This 30-minute training is available to all LBHA members at no cost. Not a LBHA member? Join today!

Everyone who completes the training will receive a certificate and be in compliance with California Senate Bill 970, which requires that hotel and lodging employees who are likely to interact with victims of human trafficking undergo at least 20 minutes of human trafficking awareness training and education.