Midwifery Teaching Skills Course
'Not everyone finds it easy to teach! its one thing catching babies
its another thing trying to teach parents what to expect'
We provide training for Midwives around the UK (NHS and Universities) in their Childbirth Class delivery
Providing Midwives with the tools, skills and resources in Parenting Classes, ensuring the parents have the skills to understand their pregnancy, labour and birth choices
Providing an evidence-based,comprehensive, and actionable plan focused on equity and improved outcomes for all women and their babies.
We provide a workshop that is designed to be action focused, on ensuring women are well informed before pregnancy, building a system of equitable
pregnancy-related care, designing a supportive community environment.
In order to achieve these outcomes, the goal of The School of Antenatal Educators recommends bridging the gap in continuity of care.
Bringing training to the Midwives in Antenatal Education, which then supports parents in their birthing experience.
We aim to bridge the gap between Antenatal Classes and the Labour Ward. In equipping all your midwives with the same teaching techniques,
same support to parents, helps provide continuity of care from the beginning of pregnancy and beyond!
We are able bespoke the course to your own hospital /university policy and already established classes.
Training can be delivered either in person or via zoom workshop
Our training has Full Certification.
We would love an opportunity to see how we can support you!
Communication Skills in Teaching
Identify the main point
Appropriate use of questions
Practical value made clear
Warmth and Empathy
Teaching Tools and Resources
Appropriate use of visual aids
Continuity of Care
In the Labour ward - parents & midwives
Teaching Techniques for both Zoom and in person
use of Props
App's - effective usage
Amazing course, Dawn was with me the whole way. I gained confidence in not only my teaching but also in myself! I feel I am much better equipped to deliver my Childbirth Classes now
Lisa, Midwife: Newcastle