BEST Training Center

BEST offers the most comprehensive human trafficking awareness training available in the nation for hospitality employees.

Take the training course yourself.

  1. Go to BEST’s Training Center.
  2. Register with the appropriate Individual Training Course enrollment code.
  3. Complete the course.
  4. Download your certificate of completion.

Log back in at any time to refresh your training, print your certificate of completion, and redeem additional enrollment codes.

Do you want to train your whole staff? If so, click to read How to Train Your Staff.

THLA Members can go here to register for complimentary training:

Member Training

Be sure to use these enrollment codes:

Voucher Codes:

  • Individual English:   TX-english 
  • Individual Spanish:  TX-spanish 
  • Group Training Course:   TX-manager 
  • Group Training Questionnaire: TX-Q

The user acknowledges that, by using this free training, the user agrees on behalf of the user and the employees with whom the user shares the training, to be subject to BEST’s terms of use.

The Training

Sex trafficking impacts all types of hotels from economy hotels in small towns to luxury hotels in the heart of downtown. The crime not only harms victims but poses serious safety risks to hotel guests and employees.

It may also expose your hotel to legal and financial liabilities. The training teaches employees how to identify the crime and proactively prevent it.

About BEST’s Inhospitable to Human Trafficking Training

Training Description

BEST’straining has been proven to transform hotel employee attitudes and behaviors about human trafficking when trainees learn about the abuse, coercion, and violence that victims face, often undetected, in hotels.

BEST’s training has repeatedly proven to convert frontline hotel employee witnesses into advocates in the fight against trafficking.

Survey research has shown that before receiving training, only eight percent of trainees had recognized a trafficking incident within the prior year. After taking BEST’s training, that number jumped to 44 percent of trainees identifying victims. BEST’s training is a proven tool that helps victims of human trafficking escape exploitation and helps trained hotels become less hospitable for traffickers.

BEST has provided consultation and training to hundreds of hotels focused on reducing human trafficking and mitigating the reputational, legal, and financial risks associated with it. BEST has trained thousands of hotel employees and equipped them to protect their hotel and employer from human trafficking.

BEST’s Inhospitable to Human Trafficking Training (ITT) is the most comprehensive human trafficking prevention training available for hospitality employees. BEST’s training explains the truth of trafficking, the risks of trafficking to hotels, and concrete steps on how staff can personally make a difference in the lives of children and adults who are exploited every day.

After completing the 30-minute training, you and your staff will receive a certificate. You can also choose additional modules to address real scenarios or receive more in-depth training.

Training Options

Online, interactive video modules for:

1. Individual Staff Training

2. Individual Manager Training

3. Facilitated Group Training for Managers and Staff

Training Objectives

What sex trafficking is and how it operates in hotels

Common indicators of sex trafficking

How to inform your manager and stay safe

How to prevent human trafficking

Video-based scenarios for housekeeping, the front of the house, and bar/restaurant

Directions to Access the Training

Click here to be redirected to BEST’s training website.

Member Training

Be sure to enter one of the following THLA voucher codes to get access to the training.

Enrollment codes:

  • Individual English:   TX-english 
  • Individual Spanish:  TX-spanish 
  • Group Training Course:   TX-manager 
  • Group Training Questionnaire: TX-Q

Printed resources are available to reinforce the training. Download an order form.

The user acknowledges that, by using this free training, the user agrees on behalf of the user and the employees with whom the user shares the training, to be subject to BEST’s terms of use.

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