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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