Free Introductory Course on Forced Labor 

Increase your knowledge of supply chain accountability.

Welcome to our free course, “Introduction to Forced Labor.” This interactive e-learning course provides a brief overview of international frameworks and identifies some of the risky business practices that can lead to forced labor in supply chains (course length: 15 minutes).

For companies looking to include this course in an employee training program, a paid version with a quiz report and certificate of successful completion is also available. Learn more >

For more information and bulk pricing, email us at: training@verite.org.

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Training Programs

We offer customized web-based training programs in the following areas:

  • Labor and Ethics Auditor Training
  • Verité Management Systems Approach
  • Labor and Human Rights Risk Detection and Management
  • Industry- or Commodity-specific Root Cause Analysis
  • Supplier Code of Conduct Compliance and Due Diligence
  • Ethical Recruitment
  • Worker Participation and Empowerment

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