How Do I Become a Midwife Assistant?

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To become a midwife assistant, you need to have a degree in Healthcare Practice or a level 3 or level 2 QCF qualifications in either Healthcare Support Services or Clinical Healthcare Support. A midwife assistant is simply a healthcare assistant or an auxiliary nurse. You can also become a midwife assistant through apprenticeship.
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Where I work you have to get experience as Healthcare Assistant on other wards before they will consider you for the maternity ward. HCA positions on the maternity unit don't come
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1. Go to college. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) many advanced-degree programs for certified nurse-midwives are open only to nurses with a bachelor's degree in
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what country do you live in? some allow midwifes and some don't. You'd have to write or call your state licensure department and ask if there are such things allowed in your state
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