Doulas

Doulas work in family homes supporting mothers and mothers to be in the pre and ante natal period. It is vital that they are able to recognise what to do in the event of an emergency.

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  • What our clients say
    • "***** was very particularly grateful for the excellent training as she was at her niece’s baby shower yesterday (who is 36 weeks pregnant) and she was opening her gifts when all of a sudden she...

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  • You might need us when
    • You want to do some CPD
    • Your First Aid certificate runs out
    • You are newly qualified and want to add it to your portfolio
    • To offer families an extra layer of confidence
    • To feel confident to act in the event of an emergency
  • Courses we offer
    • Paediatric First Aid
    • Food Safety
    • Fire Safety
    • Safeguarding Children
    • Covid 19 Infection Prevention
  • Why our Courses are An Essential for Doulas
    • Babies are the most vulnerable to safeguarding issues
    • Everyone needs to Work Together to Safeguard Children
    • It is essential to be able to recognise when a child or baby is at risk of harm
    • Accidents in the home are the biggest risk to the under 5s in the home
    • It is crucial to be able to recognise when a baby is becoming unwell
  • Our work in Bexleyheath

    Bexleyheath is situated in the borough of Bexley.  It is accessible via rail from London and by road from Essex and Kent.

    We hold first aid courses in Bexleyheath, both at some of our open venues such as the Hurst Community Centre.  We can also attend your venue for a group course.

    We cover a range of areas in and around Bexleyheath

    • Welling
    • Bexley
    • Plumstead
    • Thamesmead
    • Abbeywood

    We cover Bexleyheath postcodes

    • DA17
    • DA16
    • DA15
    • SE2
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