VinciWorks’ first course on the Modern Slavery Act, Modern Slavery: Preventing Exploitation, focuses on giving staff a broad overview and introduction to forced labour and other abuses that the new Act was designed to tackle. Our next Modern Slavery Act course is at an advanced level aimed at those who have already completed the introductory course or need more in-depth training. Modern Slavery: Practical Steps for Procurement is tailored to the supply chain side of a business, giving procurement teams real-life scenarios and practical steps to identify and act on modern slavery abuses across all parts of the supply chain.
Countries with a high risk of modern slavery
Our course highlights the countries where workers have the highest risk of being held as slaves.
Learn from real-life examples
Learn how to spot signs of modern slavery from real-life examples
Interactive review questions
Participants can review what they have learnt with interactive scenarios and real examples
Participants will gain an understanding of the supply chain hot spots, such as third party suppliers, outsourcing and international supply chain issues, as well as expanded red flags and abuse indicators. Upon completing the course, participants will be better equipped to ask the right questions to their suppliers. Here are some of the features of the new online course on modern slavery.
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Firms that license the Continuing Competence Module (CCM) now have the ability to create a separate login page for the CCM. This enables firms to create a fully immersive continuing competence experience that is separate from regular online training. On the ‘competence only’ login page, users focus on the reflection and planning stages of their learning before diving directly into their learning record.
This login page can be created through a straightforward modification to the regular CLMS hyperlink.
How to create the direct hyperlink
To do so, simply append competencylogin.aspx to the end of the regular link. The new link should look something like this:
Note: Firms that use Single Sign On should append ssocompetencylogin.aspx.
When a user logs into the system with this URL, they should see the Continuing Competence Module:
Searching and filtering in the CLMS is now much more powerful. Administrators can perform multiple searches, make selections and perform actions on those selections. The CLMS retains selections throughout multiple searches.
How to take advantage of this feature
One common way to use this feature is for enrolling multiple users in a course. You can search for a user, tick their box and then search for another user. You can do this multiple times without being concerned that your selection will be forgotten.
VinciWorks has just released the only data protection course your company needs. This course
combines the latest in policy and law with best practice guidelines for data protection. It provides real-world scenarios, interactive features and review questions to test participants’ understanding of key points. To begin, an interactive game will guide users through the complex web of decisions that every business must make when it comes to implementing data protection policies, providing a deeper understanding of the core issues.
Course modules such as Protecting Personal Data are chosen based on each users needs
Industry and Role-specific Customisable Course
This 20-minute course is our most customisable yet. At the start of the course, each user specifies their individual role, responsibilities, location, and more to create a user-specific learning plan. With over 1,000 different course options available, anyone in your organisation can take this data protection course.
After taking the course users will:
Understand how data protection affects real-world scenarios, with review questions to test participants’ understanding of key points
Know the latest in policy and law with best practice guidelines for data protection
Know how to comply with data protection laws for the user’s specific role in your organisation
Learn how changes to regulation like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affect their work
The Modern Slavery Act has been in force for little over a year. Some large corporations are already finding it difficult to keep track of modern slavery in their supply chains. For example, in June 2016, farmers Jaqueline Judge and Darrell Houghton were found guilty of trafficking Lithuanian workers to the UK and exploiting them as modern slaves. These men were expected to travel the country to catch chickens and often had lunch breaks and facilities such as toilet breaks withheld from them. This blog sheds some light on section 54 of The Modern Slavery Act.
Section 54, Part 1 – 4: Transparency in Supply Chains
Part 1 – 4 of The Act explains who is required by law to provide a statement and when it must be updated. If your organisation provides a good or service and has an annual turnover of at least £36 million, you are required to create an annual Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement. Here, a slavery and human trafficking statement is defined as a document detailing the steps the organisation has taken to ensure human trafficking and slavery does not take place in its supply chain or business. The statement should be updated each financial year and refer to the previous financial year.