HUMAN TRAFFICKING ACADEMY 2012 REGISTRATION

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**Registration for Certification and Professional Development are CLOSED.


 

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Please attach a short description (200 words) of your interest, involvement, and motivation in the field of trafficking in persons and indicate how, in your view, the Academy can help you achieve your goals. *

Do you have a disability that may require special attention or services?
Please provide a description of your needs in order for us to assess/ ensure availability of appropriate accommodations.



* In order to obtain certification, participants must meet the minimum 4 day attendance requirement, which includes the Monday classes (1 day), two respective training days of the session registered for (2 days), and attendance at the July 20, 2012 (1 day).

Session 1

  16-Jul 17-Jul 18-Jul 19-Jul 20-Jul 27-Jul
  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Friday
Law Enforcement Required Required   Required Required Closing Ceremonies
First Responders Required Required   Required Required Closing Ceremonies
Legal Profession Required   Required Required Required Closing Ceremonies


Session 2

  20-Jul 23-Jul 24-Jul 25-Jul 26-Jul 27-Jul
  Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Religious Community Required Required Required Required   Closing Ceremonies
Schools Required Required Required Required   Closing Ceremonies
Healthcare Required Required   Required Required Closing Ceremonies
NGO's-Service Providers Required Required   Required Required Closing Ceremonies
Volunteers Required Required   Required Required Closing Ceremonies

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