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We are delighted to provide you with a completely FREE antenatal course. There are seven classes in the programme. Each class is cut down into bite-sized topics, giving you the opportunity to work through the course at your own speed. 

This course will help you start getting ready for your baby’s arrival. You will learn about: 

  • your third trimester
  • labour and birth
  • feeding and caring for your baby
  • plus, how to look after your own mental health and wellbeing as a new parent.

What’s included? 

Register for this free antenatal course today. You will have 60 days to complete the programme. The course materials include:

  • 38 x videos, with transcripts 
  • PDF downloads
  • Articles
  • Links to organisations for additional support
  • 7 x Lesson checklists

This course is a snapshot of what we cover in our standard antenatal course. If you’re interested in joining one of our group classes, click here to find out more.

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Melissa Hall
Posted 3 months ago
Great Course!

Really informative, really reccomend this to everyone!

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Simona Maria La Rosa
Posted 4 months ago
Very helpful course

It shows you all essential things that might looks superficial but they're not especially if you're a new parent

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Ellen Turnbull
Posted 5 months ago
Great free course

Thank you for a very digestible course covering the basics in a short period.

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Dani Coombs
Posted 5 months ago
Great course

Really informative and a great start to learning about what lies ahead in my pregnancy journey - thank you

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Leanne Weston
Posted 10 months ago
Good as a starting point & the fact that it's free.

This course is a good starting point for the basics and it's excellent that it's offered for free which makes it accessible for everyone. I was disappointed in the feeding section as it refers to breastfeeding as on the breast only, there's a small mention of expressing milk for bottles but more focus on this as a feeding method & how to would be advantageous.

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