Ethical Recruitment Auditor Training
This course unpacks the basics of forced labor, its root causes, and ethical recruitment standards.
This experiential workshop for lead auditors simulates a site investigation of forced labor indicators, including documents review and ‘live’ interviews of migrant workers, employers and labor agents.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all trainings are currently on hold. As the situation changes, we will update the training schedule on the Training sections of our website.
Bangkok, Thailand: Postponed
Taiwan: May 5-8 Postponed >>
- The drivers of forced labor risk in the recruitment/labor broker system and employment practices
- How to plan for effective on-site ethical recruitment and employment auditing
- The role of management systems and critical risk controls for work site and labor supply chain due diligence
- Critical data sources and how to use triangulation for validation of findings
- Selection and analysis of key documents, including payroll
- Effective engagement with managers and labor brokers
- Effective rapport building and interviewing of uniquely vulnerable migrant workers
- Analysis of audit data and reporting of findings
- “At first, I was expecting a common (a basic) and typical social training, but these four days guided me to know, and realize, social audits are challenging, and they are subjective. The training was amazing!”
- “Extremely helpful. Ethical recruitment remains a sensitive issue and it’s good that we are trained on the topic.”
- “Very robust, and all social auditors should definitely attend at least once.”
- “I valued the specific examples that [the trainer] provided during her sessions the most. Experience sharing is most helpful to relate to our own experiences.”
Ethical Recruitment Auditor Training – NEW!
Bangkok, Thailand: postponed
Taiwan: May 5-8 postponed >>
RBA Lead Auditor Course
This is CQI – IRCA certified course 1749.
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