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Maternity Nurse training  (OCN accredited)

Interested in becoming an accredited Maternity Nurse and trusted advisor for new parents and babies?

How does it work?

Our Maternity Nurse Training Level 3 and 4 consists in:

  • a two-day group session Online

  • 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

  • 1 groupe session ( 2hours ) for Q and A

  • 1 one to one session per Level to catch up on your homework

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 and 4 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 skills and experience – contact us for more information.

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Training courses
Online :
Level 3 £490
Level 3 and 4 £560 

What is a typical night as a Maternity Nurse

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First contact with the family via phone or video call

to confirm your booking  ​

Arriving : change of clothes (uniform)

Washing hands, tying up the hair

Handover with parents 

Organisation of the working station

Preparation of the baby bottle (breastmilk or Formula)

Plan the night's feed with the parents 

Baby care: Changing, Feeding and burping baby

Cleaning/ Sterilise the bottle

 Cleaning/ tiding up the work station

Give feedback to parents

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