Online Anti-Trafficking Training for Professionals

PACT, the nation's leader in combating child exploitation and trafficking, is offering free online training for travel, hospitality, and hotel professionals to help identify and respond to suspected instances of trafficking in industries crucial to the fight to protect children.

Protect vulnerable children and help disrupt trafficking by providing training to your employees.

The travel and hospitality industries have a particularly crucial role in the global movement to end human trafficking. Through training, education, and employee engagement opportunities, companies can help end exploitation by giving associates the tools to be able to identify and respond to these issues.

Preparing Professionals

Our online trainings provide travel and hotel professionals with information to help spot and interrupt suspected instances of trafficking.

Globally Oriented

We currently offer our Travel Management Training in 4 languages and our Hotel Training in 17, with users signing up in countries around the world.

Certification Provided

Receive certification upon completion to prove you're trained in anti-trafficking efforts. PACT's program also satisfies mandated hotel training laws in multiple U.S. states.

Take our trainings for travel management and hotel associates today.

Travel Professionals Training

PACT’s 25-minute online training program for business events and travel professionals is designed to teach what to look for and respond to suspected instances of trafficking. Available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French.

Hotel Training

We offer online training courses, for both associates and managers, developed in collaboration with the American Hotel and Lodging Association and Marriott International which discuss the intersections between human trafficking and the hotel industry. Available in up to 17 languages.
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