One organisation cannot end slavery alone. We recognise the benefit of working together to share our knowledge with local authorities, the government and other NGOs to see as many people as possible set free and empowered to live new lives.
“The Snowdrop training is very interactive with lots of examples and room for reflection. The training has already impacted my practice”
Housing for Women, London
To date training modules have been run for both statutory and voluntary service bodies ranging from police, social services, mental health services, anti-trafficking charities, adult safeguarding, housing support agencies, universities, drug and alcohol agencies and youth work programmes.
Training is delivered through interactive and engaging teaching methods and accompanied by relevant handouts, tools and resources. Each module lasts about 2-3 hours.
Some of our popular modules include:
Background to human trafficking
Learn the basics of human trafficking – the definitions, the indicators, the barriers to disclosure, the UK support systems, outcomes for survivors and how to consider adult safeguarding.
Working with survivors of human trafficking
In depth teaching exploring practical aspects of supporting survivors such as building trust, creating support plans, working with interpreters, anti-oppressive practice, empowerment and professional boundaries
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