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Praying Hands

Thank you for your interest in our upcoming training. 

Our self-phase learning course is 8 hours long & runs over 4 months.

Each month we will provide 2 live classes, but students will have the ability to watch the recordings at a later date.

Students will take a short quiz at the end of the course to obtain a certificate of completion. 

Once registered, our team will send the student a link to register on our TC Online Institute Learning site. 

Registration will be available soon.

Service Providers Online Training Registration


Course Description

This course will help you understand the mindset of a human trafficked victim during all stages of their experience, starting with before being trafficked. Once you understand the mindset of a victim and the stages of healing, then you can proceed with the modules that describe how to care for a victim in each stage appropriately and effectively.

The course will allow you to learn about the different types of human trafficking, cultural competence, root causes,  cultural and generational trauma, as well as how to come together and create a proper victim centred plan in your community. You will also hear about best practices from existing and successful coalitions in Canada and the United States. The course will end with live networking and a question and answer session. You will have the opportunity to exchange ideas with service providers from the other side of the country.


Presenters:  Survivors, Service Providers/NGO’s, Human Trafficking Trauma Specialist

  • Up to 12 hours of online training

  • Live questions and answers with selected presenter

  • Secure, specialized training

  • No travel necessary

  • Certification of completion is available by TC Online Institute


Price:   $300.00 / person 


EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION:   $275.00 + HST for the entire course

Course dates:


Graduation/Live networking event


Suggested audience

Shelter workers, Front Lineworkers, Health Care workers, Safehouse workers, management, Board of Directors, Therapists, Counselors, Victim services, Youth workers, Caseworkers, Social workers, Housing, Ontario Works, but open to Law Enforcement as well.

Available now: Canada and the United States

Coming soon: Europe, Australia




TBD  4:00-6:00pm EST 120 min

General Level 1, Human Trafficking Victims, and their Mindset 

  • Human Trafficking in Canada and the United States

The presenter will walk you through the current stats, and a snapshot of the type of human trafficking we are experiencing in Canada and the United States.


  • Human Trafficking from the Perspective of a Survivor

A survivor of human trafficking will share her thoughts on what human trafficking is from their lived experience perspective.


  • Victim’s Mindset Before Becoming a Victim

A survivor will share their life events, life circumstances and how those life circumstances eventually made them more vulnerable to become a victim of Trafficking.


  • Victim’s Mindset While Being Trafficked

A survivor will share their perspective thought and emotional process while being trafficked, as well as the reason why they could not leave.


  • Victim’s Mindset after Rescue

A survivor will share their perspective and thoughts about their mindset after being rescued. Why it was hard to ask for help, mindset, and thought process that kept creating roadblocks and eventually, put them in more vulnerable situations.

TBD  5:00-6:00pm 60 min

The Type  of Human Trafficking and Mindset 

HT Module 1 -

  • Stages of Human Trafficking and the Mindset of a Victim

Victim care approach accordingly.

This class will explain the importance of understanding the type of trafficking and the type of abuse that occurred, as well as the ability to build a proper victim care approach.

TBD 4:00-6:00pm 120 min

Forced Labour and Mindset

HT Module 2 – 60 minutes

  • Forced Labour Human Trafficking

Victim mindset of a forced labour victim.

Victim care approach accordingly.


In this class, you will hear from a male survivor of human trafficking who survived Canada’s largest forced labor human trafficking case in 2010 called Project Opapa. Mr. Miko was trafficked from Hungary to Canada, along with 29 other male victims. He was forced to live in a basement with 6 other individuals, forced to work 20 hours a day, and was severely starved. He became a key witness in the court case that eventually took down the entire organized crime ring. Mr. Miko will share how he was lured, the conditions he lived under, the type of work he was forced to do, the way he felt, and why he didn’t leave.


Timea Nagy was his emergency caseworker and Shelley Gilbert become his long-term case manager out of Windsor, Ontario. Both caseworkers will be sharing their thoughts on how to provide appropriate victim care to forced labour victims.  


TBD 4:00-5:00pm  60 minutes

LGBT Competency 

HT Module 3 – 

·         LGBT Competency Considerations for Victims

This class will offer you a deep insight into what the LGTB Survivor of Sex Trafficking experiences, their mindset before, during, and after the exploitation, and suggestions as to how to tailor your existing resources to offer appropriate services.

TBD  120 min

Cultural Sensitivity 

HT Module 4 –

·         Cultural Sensitivity

Part 1: In this class, we are going to take a close look at generational traumas of indigenous victims, appropriate victim care and appropriate approach and resources.

Part 2: In this class, the presenters will teach us generational trauma’s effecting our black youth today due to Slavery, the mental, physical, emotional, and financial effects on migrant workers, immigrants, or students who relocate to Canada than being trafficked domestically.



Male Sexual Exploitation 60 min

HT Module 5 – 

·         Male Sexual Exploitation

In this class, we are going to learn from a male survivor of sex trafficking, a short synopsis of his experience, mindset and suggestions on best practices, best approach, suggestions on how to tailor your existing resources to support male survivors of sex trafficking.


Community Building 60 min

HT Module 6  – 

·         Community Building

How to create a collective appropriate victim care model in your community?

 Timea Nagy has done over 40 community building presentations across Canada since 2015. She will teach the class how to mobilize all of your service providers, how to create a coordinated, comprehensive, effective, community-based victim centred approach that will help you avoid overlapping in service providing and miscommunications in victim management.



date is coming soon

HT Module Bonus #1 - 120 minutes

  • Safe House Policies, Procedures, Do’s and Don’ts



HT Module Bonus #2 – 120 minutes

  •  IDEA EXCHANGE - Live question and answers, with experts and experienced service providers from across the continent

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