The Freedom Network Training Institute (FNTI) is the premier training resource for professionals in the human trafficking field. FNTI provides in-person and online training, fact sheets, tools, and templates that are based on a client-centered and trauma-informed approach. The Institute has trained thousands of professionals across the country, utilizing facilitators who are subject matter experts in the field.
The What, How, and Why of Criminal Record Relief for Human Trafficking SurvivorsThis 1.5-hour paid training will explore some of the introductory components of criminal record relief. During this webinar, attendees will learn the primary differences between expungement and vacatur post-conviction relief, identify common situations when a survivor might have records eligible for relief, and assess which resources will best suit a survivor’s needs.
Date: September 21, 2023
Starts: 2:00 pm EST
Ends: 3:30 pm EST
Freedom Network USA
You can access on-demand training on critical and specialized topics in the anti-trafficking field. Our current training titles/topics are included below.
To access on-demand training, please send your request to email@example.com with the subject line “On Demand Training Request- [Title of Training].
Your email will receive a response within 3 business days.
An Introduction to Human Trafficking: Theory and Practice
This 2-hour training is designed for new professionals in the anti-trafficking field or new to their role. The training is delivered by practitioners in the field who will help define human trafficking and discuss the legal and social services that are available to survivors.
Wraparound Services for Survivors of Human Trafficking
This training provides an overview of ways to incorporate wraparound services into trauma-informed and survivor-centered programs.
Understanding the Intersection of Sex Work and Human Trafficking
This training explores the similarities and differences between sex work and human trafficking. The presenters in this training provide practical ways that service providers can serve survivors who may be engaging in sex work.
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We provide in-person and virtual training on specialized topics relating to human trafficking and its intersections. FNTI will work with your organization’s wants and budget to create the unique training that best fits your needs.
Available options include:
- An Introduction to Human Trafficking: Theory and Practice
- An Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care
An Introduction to Legal Services for Survivors of Human Trafficking
- Direct Service Needs for Survivors of Human Trafficking
The Intersection of Substance Use and Human Trafficking
- Racial Equity Practices in Anti-Trafficking Programs
Navigating Self-Care Practices for Staff
- Managing Anti-Trafficking Programs
In addition to the topics listed, FNTI can develop and tailor training to fit your organization’s needs.
For more information or to request training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Equity Fund supports survivor leaders and impacted communities in accessing Freedom Network Training Institute’s training opportunities.
The Equity Fund will help support those who are interested in attending paid training through the Freedom Network Training Institute. FNUSA will make scholarships available to individuals with lived experience or impacted communities.
If you have questions regarding the Equity Fund application process, please contact email@example.com.
Check out FNTI’s Housing Training and Technical Assistance Project for information and guidance for advocates in accessing appropriate emergency, transitional, and long-term housing options for survivors.
The FNUSA conference is the premier training event for professionals in the anti-trafficking field. It is held annually in the spring. Check out the conference page for more information.
Survivor Reentry Project
Submit a request for training or technical assistance from the leading advocates in the US on criminal record relief for survivors of human trafficking.