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The University and all its staff have a responsibility to ensure that their dealings, and the supply chains of those who we trade with, are free from any sort of modern slavery in compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

This online course guides you through some facts and figures relating to Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking and highlights warning signs you need to be aware of.


Who should complete the course?

While we highly encourssge those who wish to stay informed about current world issues that affect them, it is mandatory for many staff i.e.

  • All Finance Division staff
  • Existing credit card holders and individuals who already hold the above roles
  • Users of other approved purchasing systems (PLANET, Alma, JProc, EDRS)
  • As a pre-requisite for all new:
    • Transactional CUFS users (iProcurement users within 6 months of responsibility request)
    • Users requiring update access to the Supplier Database
    • Petty cash administrators
    • Departmental credit card administrators
    • Credit card applicants
    • CUFS Key Contacts
    • Cash advances

The above applies to individuals working within the University at all levels and grades, including officers, employees (whether permanent, fixed-term or temporary), workers, trainees, seconded staff, agency staff, volunteers, interns or any other person working in any context within the institution.  Third parties must confirm in their contracts with the University that they have undertaken their own, equivalent, training. 


How often should the course be taken?

The course is to be be completed in full once and should take around 25 to 30 minutes to complete. New staff should complete the training in their first few months.


Reporting

CUFS key contacts can access a simple report to see who in their department has successfully completed the Modern Slavery Act online course.

or you can follow the interactive How-To guide on how to download this report.

Key Contacts should have access to this, if you appear to not have access to these reports, please email Finance.Training@admin.cam.ac.uk referring to UTBS institution reporting.

Objectives

  • Understand what modern slavery and human trafficking are.
  • Learn how the Modern Slavery Act 2015 applies to the University.
  • Avoid supporting the practices in your work and home life.
  • Spot any signs that could indicate Modern Slavery may be occurring.
  • Know how to report any concerns, and where to go for help if you need it.

System requirements

The course is available on the University's Moodle system. You will be prompted for your RAVEN password.

The web-based course can be accessed from the following devices with the latest browser versions:

  • PC
  • Mac
  • Tablets
  • Smart Phones

Getting started

To access the course on Moodle click here.

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FOR STAFF

Please see our CORONAVIRUS/COVID-19 Assistance pages for help with areas of Finance during the current situation.

UFS issued communications and the University website also contain information on this topic

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