Office move

We have relocated! Our new office address is: 

Thomas Clarkson House
The Stable Yard
Broomgrove Road
SW9 9TL 

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E-learning courses

In addition to delivering face-to-face training, ECPAT UK has developed online learning courses for those who may work with children who have been victims of exploitation.

Trafficking, Exploitation and Modern Slavery

Trafficking elearning

This course is about understanding, combating and helping people who are being trafficked, exploited or used in modern slavery. It examines different types of exploitation, how individuals become victim to abuse and what actions professionals should take to recognise victims and help them.

After completing this course learners will:

  • Define and explain the meanings of adult and child trafficking, exploitation and modern slavery
  • Be aware of and make sure to respect the rights of victims of trafficking
  • Act in line with your own responsibilities as a professional and be aware of the responsibilities of other authorities in the UK
  • This training is designed for any professional who may come into contact with children, young people, or adults who may have been trafficked.

This course has been developed with West Yorkshire Police, safeguarding boards and ECPAT UK. It costs £30 + VAT, however discounts are available for multiple purchases. Virtual College is donating 10% of all sales of this course to ECPAT UK to help in the fight against child trafficking.

Take the course now

For more information and a resource pack for your organisation, or to buy multiple licences, please click here.

'Every Child, Everywhere - Child Protection Training in the Travel Industry  


This e-learning course focuses on safeguarding children from exploitation in travel and tourism, preventing child exploitation and abuse, including child trafficking. 'Every Child, Everywhere' has been fully endorsed by ABTA, the main travel industry association in the UK, and in addition, has been mapped against National Occupational Standards for Continued Professional Development points in the ABTA Accredited Travel Professional Training scheme. This interactive, simple to use course consists of 3 modules.

Module 1: Following Child Protection Policies & Procedures
Module 2: Implementing Child Protection Policies & Procedures
Module 3: Developing Child Protection Policy and Procedures

The course is free to use and available at

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ECPAT UK is the leading expert voice on child trafficking in the UK and we offer a comprehensive training programme focused on safeguarding young people from trafficking, modern slavery, and transnational abuse. To find out more visit our training page

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