When labour happens quickly and you have no midwife or doctor in attendance you will need to know what to do. Take this course if you have had a fast labour before, or just want to prepare for every eventuality.
This course is also suitable for those who plan to give birth with midwifery or medical professionals present nut labour happens too quickly.
Perhaps you will have a rapid labour and despite your midwife being called your baby arrives before the midwife does. Or maybe you've planned to give birth in a Birth Centre of Hospital and you end up giving birth at home or in the car because your labour went so fast. Either way, after taking this course you should feel more confident to cope with the situation until help arrives.
Whatever your plans you will find useful information to help you and your birth partner deal with unexpected outcomes, as well as general birthing information.
Disclaimer This course is written for antenatal education purposes only and is not medical advice. As a midwife I do not endorse planned birth without a trained health professional. The presence of a trained health professional at a birth can save lives. Discuss your plans and choices with your healthcare provider.
I am an Independent Midwife, Pregnancy and Birth Coach and Antenatal Educator. I have been a midwife for 20 years and a nurse 16years before that. I have a Diploma in Antenatal Education through the national childbirth trust, and enjoy educating mothers and fathers-to-be. I speak at conferences around the world sharing my passion for birth with other midwives, and birth workers. I have supported hundreds of families on their journey to joy-full birth and parenthood, and would now like to share my knowledge with you.