Training and Advisory

We offer training programs to increase awareness about all forms of modern slavery, the indicators of modern slavery, protections that are available, best practice and referral pathways. We also offer training about the Australian Modern Slavery Act and the supply chain reporting requirements.

We deliver training to frontline service providers, business, law enforcement, community and government, the health care sector, not for profits, students and educators.

For many years we have provided access to free training to all sectors of the community. In addition to our free training, we have developed new training programs with a registration fee.

As a not-for-profit organisation, Anti-Slavery Australia uses all proceeds from our training registration fees to enable us to provide free legal and migration services to victims of modern slavery in Australia.

Modern Slavery Training and Advisory


Face-to-Face Training and Webinars

Modern Slavery Act Advisory


Our elearning courses introduce concepts and information through up to date content, short videos and quizzes. We know how to make online training informative and engaging, and can develop a virtual learning environment that is available anytime and anywhere.

We have two elearning courses. These courses are accessible across a variety of platforms, on PC, Mac, and on Android and Apple tablets and smartphones, so you have the flexibility to complete the course anywhere, at your own pace.

Modern Slavery in Australia Elearning Course

Start learning today with Australia’s first-of-its-kind, free online training program on modern slavery.

This comprehensive online course, covers all forms of slavery and human trafficking, including international conventions, Australian legislation and specific content on trafficking, slavery, servitude, forced labour, forced marriage, debt bondage, child labour and organ trafficking. The course includes case-studies, quizzes and best practice standards for working with vulnerable people. The course takes about 3 hours to complete.

This elearning course is aimed at frontline workers, from community and social workers to lawyers, health care professionals, government officials and teachers.

If you have any questions contact us.

Over 90% of surveyed users would recommend our elearning course.

A Practical Guide to the Modern Slavery Act Online Course

Anti-Slavery Australia’s new elearning course focusses on the Australian modern slavery reporting requirements. The course is specifically designed to provide practical guidance on the supply chain reporting requirements set out in Australia’s Modern Slavery Act.

Building on our knowledge of the Australian Modern Slavery Act and our work with victims of modern slavery, this course is a nationally leading resource for organisations addressing modern slavery in their operations and supply chains. It will also be of interest to individuals seeking Continuing Professional Development.

The course is 1 hour in duration. It comprises four modules:

  • What is modern slavery?
  • Modern slavery in business operations and supply chains
  • Australian modern slavery reporting requirements
  • Responding to modern slavery in Australia 

Certificates of completion are available. 

Benefits to your organisation:

  • Increase your staff and suppliers’ awareness and knowledge about modern slavery and the Australian reporting requirements
  • Demonstrate your organisation’s commitment to addressing modern slavery in your Modern Slavery Statement
  • Support victims of modern slavery, with course proceeds assisting Anti-Slavery Australia to provide nationwide free legal and migration services to victims of modern slavery in Australia.

Face-to-Face Training and Webinars

Our training can be customised to meet your organisation’s needs. Our interactive training sessions and webinars help participants to develop their knowledge and competence on modern slavery. These workshops can provide an overview on a number of topics or do a deep dive on particular topics or sectors.

Through case studies and discussion, they encourage embedded learning and build participants’ capacity to respond to modern slavery risks in operations and supply chains.

We have some of Australia’s most respected modern slavery experts as part of our training team, including Professor Paul Redmond (Department of Home Affairs Modern Slavery Expert Advisory Committee Member) and Martijn Boersma (co-author of Addressing Modern Slavery).

By the end of our workshops and webinars participants will:

  • understand modern slavery
  • understand and know how to apply Australian modern slavery legislation, and other relevant standards and safeguards
  • identify modern slavery risks in operations and supply chains
  • develop an action plan to address the modern slavery supply chain mandatory criteria
  • learn about the business and human rights framework set out in the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights with a particular focus on due diligence and remediation
  • learn about examples of collaboration with civil society and businesses
  • learn how to respond when victims or people at risk of modern slavery are identified
  • discover ways to harness good practice

Our training programs are offered in-house, at the UTS campus in Sydney and at other venues across the country.

Previous Workshops

A Practical Guide to the Modern Slavery Regime: Regulation, Risk and Best Practice

This half day seminar provided a framework for those in leadership and reporting roles to begin compliance and due diligence planning for the Australian modern slavery requirements.
The course laid the foundations for: understanding modern slavery; examining the impact of Australian modern slavery legislation on businesses; building policy and procedure architecture to deliver modern slavery statements for organisations or clients; and exploring how best-practice examples can inform your work.

Modern Slavery Act Advisory

Anti-Slavery Australia can offer advisory support for organisations addressing modern slavery risks in their operations and supply chains. We deliver these services in partnership with human rights due diligence organisations and specialists.

For more information, contact us.