Key details

Cost: In-House Delivery

Duration: 0.25 Day

About the course

The Modern Slavery Act 2018 requires Australian entities (or entities operating in Australia) with a minimum annual consolidated revenue of $100 million to publish Modern Slavery Statements each year.

Modern Slavery Statements outline the efforts a company has taken to ensure their supply chain does not involve elements of modern slavery and are designed to drive better human rights standards among Australian businesses. A business must outline the risks of modern slavery to their operations and the actions they have undertaken to address these risks. Modern Slavery Statements will be published on a public database maintained by the Federal Government.  

Designed to meet your specific needs and contextualised to your environment, we typically deliver this programme as a single two-hour module. We are able to target the training to varying levels within the organisation, depending on need, from those in compliance and risk roles through to the Executive. This workshop will give you foundation level understanding of the Modern Slavery Act 2018, key aspects to compliance and an overview of good practice methodology to help you understand your obligations under the Act.

Please note this course is offered In-house only for 6 participants or more.

Our training is different because

No homework or take-home assessment.

Internationally recognised courses.

Trainers are practising audit professionals.

All learning materials and refreshments provided.

Certificates are issued promptly upon the completion of the course.

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Course overview

Learning outcomes

After successful completion of this course you will understand:

  • What is meant by modern slavery
  • Types of modern slavery
  • Requirements under the Modern Slavery Act 2018
  • Required disclosures within a Modern Slavery Statement 
  • Elements of an effective modern slavery framework
  • Key factors in an effective and sustainable organisational response to modern slavery and supply chain transparency
  • Future considerations


You will receive a Certificate of Attendance. 


There are no prerequisites for this course.


There is no assessment for this course.

Who should attend

Your tailored programme will be designed to meet your audience, however typical attendees include those who:

  • Need an understanding of the fundamentals of the Modern Slavery Act 2018.
  • Have obligations to provide a Modern Slavery Statement.

How to enrol

PwC offers a streamlined enrolment process – either enrol directly into your course online, or call us on 1300 95 96 92 to enrol over the phone.

Discounts for multiple attendees are available – Please call us to find out what discounts can be applied.

How to pay

We offer a variety of payment methods:

  • Direct debit
  • Credit card
  • Cheque
  • Payment plans

Payment plans

We are able to arrange flexible payment plans on an individual basis. Please be aware that your certificate will be held until full payment has been received.


In-house – Face-to-face or virtual

In-house training can provide a cost-effective training solution for organisations with a number of staff who require training. We can also customise a course to suit your own individual needs, and include your own audit documentation. Call us on 1300 95 96 92 or complete the form below to request a quote. 

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