BUILDING CONFIDENCE, EMPLOYABILITY AND HOPE
The Day 46 Programme is a comprehensive programme comprising of workshops, a vocational voluntary placement, coaching and then accessing training, education or formal learning designed to support survivors of trafficking and modern day slavery as they transition from this ‘45 days’ of statutory emergency care (via National Referral Mechanism).
This comprehensive package helps survivors develop greater resilience, independent living and employability skills.
DAY 46 WORKSHOPS; Include a modular curriculum covering identity, resourcefulness tools and self-awareness through to personal purpose, personal development, finding jobs, preparing CV’s, preparing for interviews, exploring expectations within a UK workplace and working in a team.
DAY 46 OUTREACH; Participants enter 6 1:1 coaching sessions, designed to help them succeed in applications for college, training or other educational programmes, supporting the process of securing work at the right time. Vocational placements and training opportunities provide survivors coaching to access unique training experiences with our partners across London. Through vocational placements, survivors have experienced placements in hairdressing, charity management, tailoring, jewellery making, administration and social media management.
DAY 46 PLUS; Graduates of the Day 46 Program further their journey of confidence building by joining the Day 46 Plus community. Within this environment friendships are further developed, confidence in self and others is boosted and hope continues to grow.
Read some of our Stories of Hope to learn more about the Day 46 Programme in action.