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Access to Higher Education Diploma (Midwifery)

  • Support expectant mothers throughout pregnancy
  • Monitor the health of mother and baby
  • Deliver babies in Midwife lead maternity units
  • Provide aftercare following the birth
  • Learn the key elements of Midwifery
  • Prepare for your university degree
  • Develop study and essay writing skills

A Midwife is a highly trained health professional who cares for expectant mothers and newborns.

They work with expectant mothers during the pregnancy to ensure that they and the baby stay healthy.

As a Midwife you will:

  • Support expectant mothers throughout their pregnancy
  • Answer questions and provide additional care
  • Work with nurses, sonographers and consultants as appropriate
  • Identify any possible issues that could threaten the mother and baby
  • Safely deliver the baby
  • Care for mother and baby in the first few weeks following the birth

It’s a highly rewarding role with allows you to help people during one of the most significant periods of their lives. It can be a demanding job at times but helping new life enter the world more than makes up for it.

Being a Midwife is an intense job. It can mean long hours and call outs to someone’s home at 3 am.

But you will also have the immense privilege of helping expectant parents bring their child safely into the world.

If you have a desire to help people with the pregnancy, caring for them throughout and providing aftercare too, then this could be the role for you.

To become a Midwife you will need a degree in Midwifery. Universities across the country offer the course so finding a degree to enrol on should be relatively straight forward.

If you lack the relevant qualifications, however, the Access to Higher Education Diploma (Midwifery) can get you there.

In addition to study skills and teaching you how to write assignments, the Diploma includes everything you need to prepare you for university.

The course covers all the essential materials including biology, anatomy, human reproduction and the role of the Midwife in antenatal care.

This diploma is a nationally recognised qualification and accepted by many universities so once you’ve passed, university awaits.

A Midwife is a highly trained health professional who cares for expectant mothers and newborns.

They work with expectant mothers during the pregnancy to ensure that they and the baby stay healthy.

As a Midwife you will:

  • Support expectant mothers throughout their pregnancy
  • Answer questions and provide additional care
  • Work with nurses, sonographers and consultants as appropriate
  • Identify any possible issues that could threaten the mother and baby
  • Safely deliver the baby
  • Care for mother and baby in the first few weeks following the birth

It’s a highly rewarding role with allows you to help people during one of the most significant periods of their lives. It can be a demanding job at times but helping new life enter the world more than makes up for it.

Being a Midwife is an intense job. It can mean long hours and call outs to someone’s home at 3 am.

But you will also have the immense privilege of helping expectant parents bring their child safely into the world.

If you have a desire to help people with the pregnancy, caring for them throughout and providing aftercare too, then this could be the role for you.

To become a Midwife you will need a degree in Midwifery. Universities across the country offer the course so finding a degree to enrol on should be relatively straight forward.

If you lack the relevant qualifications, however, the Access to Higher Education Diploma (Midwifery) can get you there.

In addition to study skills and teaching you how to write assignments, the Diploma includes everything you need to prepare you for university.

The course covers all the essential materials including biology, anatomy, human reproduction and the role of the Midwife in antenatal care.

This diploma is a nationally recognised qualification and accepted by many universities so once you’ve passed, university awaits.

SALARY INDICATOR

AVERAGE
SALARY AFTER
COMPLETING

Entry Level Salary

£24k

Average Salary

£35k

Experienced Salary

£45k
£35k You can earn
an average of
£35,000 a year

Start Your Journey Into Midwifery

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Grants of £5000 Available

From September 2020 students studying Midwifery at university may be eligible to an additional maintenance grant of £5,000 (which doesn’t need to be paid back).

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No A-Levels? No Problem

This Access to Higher Education Diploma is a direct alternative to A-Levels giving you everything you need to study Midwifery at university!

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Complete Your Diploma in 9-12 Months!

Most students complete their Diploma within 9-12 months, but you can take up to 2 years, fitting your studies around other commitments.

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Start Online Today For £9.99

You can begin studying at home from as little as £9.99.

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Access to Higher Education Diploma (Midwifery)

You will learn about bringing a new life into the world, along with the social skills needed to prepare and support future parents and carers. You will study post-partum care and how to navigate the healthcare system for the benefit of expectant parents.

You will learn about the Cell Biology, Human Reproduction, and Heredity, and you will discover the history of the NHS and the roles and responsibilities of the Midwife at each stage of pregnancy.

Alongside the intricacies of Midwifery, your online study materials will also prepare you to study at a distance by helping you organise and plan your time. You will also learn about academic writing skills and how to write an academic assignment.

1. Preparing to Study

2. Academic Writing Skills

3. Preparing a Written Assignment

4. Cell Biology

5. The History of the National Health Service

6. Human Reproduction, Growth and Development

7. The Role of the Midwife in Antenatal Care

8. Introduction to Psychology

9. Human Nutrition and the Digestive System

10. The Role of the Midwife in Intrapartum Care

11. Social Factors in Health and Social Care

12. The Human Muscular and Skeletal Systems

13. The Role of the Midwife in Postnatal Care

14. Human Immunity

15. Approaches to Health

16. Cell Division and Heredity (Health)

17. The Brain and Nervous System (Psychology)

18. Human Disease and Prevention

19. Equality and Diversity within Healthcare

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All your study materials will be accessible 24/7, 365 days a year on our world-class online learning platform.

This gives you the ability to learn wherever and whenever you want - on your terms, around your other commitments.

You'll be provided with an Individual Learning Plan to ensure your studies are on track and that key milestones and deadlines are met.

Add on our industry-leading 2 year career support and your dream career is closer than you think!

Get one-to-one help with your CV from our team of expert careers advisers and make sure you are interview ready!

We'll also help you with your UCAS application, provide you with a letter of recomendation and help you prepare for any University interviews you may be required to attend!

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The NHS is currently experiencing a shortage of almost 2,500 Midwives…

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