How does it work?
Our Maternity Nurse Training Level 3 and 4 consists in:
- a two-day group session at the Clinic, with a lecture and practical workshops
- followed by a six-week learning programme for you to complete independently from home and at your own pace, with your teacher ongoing support whenever needed
What certification will I receive?
Upon completion of the training’s assessment, you will receive an OCN Maternity Nurse Accreditation Levels 3 and 4, enabling you to work as a Maternity Nurse with newborns (day-time and night-time) and advise new parents.
What will I learn?
You will upgrade the knowledge gained during your Level 3 Training:
- how to guide and support new mums and parents in their journey with their little one and give them professional advice on topics such as breastfeeding, bottle feeding, sleep, routine
- how babies evolve in the first few months of life and what you can do as a Maternity Nurse to help parents become more confident when looking after them
- how to identify common issues such as reflux or post-natal depression (PND) and suggest the appropriate course of action
- how to become a trusted adviser for parents, thanks to in-depth knowledge about topics such as breastfeeding and post-natal depression.
Please note this is a non-medical training.
How often do you organise the trainings?
We usually host one or two per quarter (we require minimum five people) – check the dates on our calendar and get in touch if you have any questions.
I need more practice – what can I do?
Join the Maternity Nurse Newbie programme to gain practical skillls and experience – contact us for more information.