Fall Missions Training: Human Trafficking Emphasis
Earn a certificate in CTIP Programme Implementation and Evaluation! This certificate is designed for researchers in the field of modern slavery, human trafficking, and forced labor, students who are interested in studying modern slavery, practitioners working in anti-modern slavery organisations, global workers, and missionaries who want to implement anti-modern slavery programmes and interventions.
St. James Research Centre (SJRC) is an ecumenical research centre in Falkirk, Scotland, that provides training and resources to students and practitioners. Our research areas include community-based development, modern slavery, orphan care, child and family systems, programme evaluation, and non-profit management. You can attend either in-person or online.
All students will be placed in a programme either with Global Family or a local partner organisation to gain work experience throughout the programme. If you are already affiliated with an organisation or ministry and are working for them, that can serve as your work placement for the programme.
Take five courses, all included in the programme, in the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC), frameworks for trauma-informed care, starting a non-profit, programme evaluation, and gospel missions.
Seminars take place each week and are led on a rotating basis by a faculty, staff member, or visiting scholar at SJRC. Seminars are a place for students to discuss the readings for preceding lectures.
Community bible studies take place every Wednesday at 9:30am and are open to Global Family’s staff and volunteers, SJRC students, and the general public. These are optional to attend.