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Studying with Academy Online Learning (AOLL) for an on-line Access Diploma to Midwifery, Nursing and other Health Professions.
How it works
• The mode of study is fully distance learning meaning you can study in your own time. There is no requirement to attend a centre.
• On successful completion of 60 credits you will meet the level 3 entry requirements to the Health Professionals based Degree of your choice.
• Recommended guided learning hours are 3 credits = 30 hours of study.
• It is possible to achieve an Access Diploma between 6-12 months
What you study
• Course induction up to 9 credits
• Level 2: Maths -12 credits (formerly GCSE equivalent)
• Level 2 English -12 credits
As a birth practitioner, you will meet a huge variety of birth partners. There are the husbands and partners, anxious to assist and support their partners but also perhaps feeling woefully unequipped to truly be effective; the woman herself perhaps feels that they she has a greater understanding of what’s happening but is still unsure about the journey ahead; mothers and friends, the trusted support network that has helped women give birth for countless generations. Each one entirely focused on the comfort of their loved one and yearning to be the birth partner that they need.
What is HypnoBirthing?
With recent rumours that Kate Middleton will be practising HypnoBirthing in preparation the expected birth of her baby in July, there has been a flurry of interest in the subject. HypnoBirthing focuses on utilising the body’s natural mechanisms for achieving a calm state and aiding a natural birth. It allows a woman to release her fears and concerns about birth so that her body is free to function in the way it is designed to do, efficiently and comfortably. After all, there are known cases of women in a coma giving birth, so it is clear that the body knows what to do. When
This red carpet event will honour parents who have experienced the loss of a baby as well as celebrating some of the work done by the people and organisations that provide (often unrecognised, invaluable) support to them.
You will be able to nominate people for each of the award categories and