DAY South Africa
In 2016, school nurse Zoe Lee trained to run the DAY Programme. She was volunteering with a charity called Thembalitsha and took the DAY Programme to Cape Town in South Africa to deliver as part of her work in their School of Hope. Over the last 18 months Zoe has run the DAY Programme with 32 girls and it has been really successful! She has contextualised the programme in partnership with the girls who attended and all the girls really enjoyed the course. In December 2017, Zoe will return to the UK permanently. The school are really happy with the course and are keen for it to carry on. However, in order to deliver the material, all practitioners must recieve 3 day training.
In November 2017, the DAY Programme Director Natalie Collins is travelling to Cape Town to deliver DAY Programme training to staff from the School of Hope, local practitioners, volunteers and other interested people. She is volunteering her time and a number of amazing individuals have funded the travel and training expenses. The training is suitable for all those who want to learn more about domestic abuse, sexual exploitation and/or preventing and educating about abuse with young people. Zoe and I will co-deliver the training to ensure it is contextualised for a South African context.
The training is three days long and will take place from 28th - 30th November 2017. If you would like to book onto the training, please visit the training details page and then complete THIS training application form. The details are:
DATE: 28th - 30th November
TIME: 8.30am - 4.30pm
VENUE: St Peter’s Church, 3 Church Street, Mowbray, Cape Town, 7700
To book on complete the training application form. If you would like further information please contact [email protected]