AMP Online Antenatal Course (Part 3)

Ultimate Guide to Pregnancy | taught by A Mother Place

Course description

AMP Antenatal Course Class 3

Topics that we will cover

  • Symptoms and Signs of Labour
  • Stages of Labour,
  • Position of Baby
  • When to go to Hospital
  • Breathing
  • Positions for Mum
  • Pushing

Including a handy download - "What to Pack in Your Hospital Bag"

A Mother Place
A Mother Place

A Mother Place (AMP) is brought to you by the team behind "Doctor and Daughter’s Guide to Pregnancy” - Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Roger Marwood and his daughter and mother of 2, Becca Maberly.


If you want to get in touch with us just email becca@amotherplace.com

Course Curriculum

Birth Plan
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When to go into Hospital
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What happens when you go into Hospital
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Hospital Bag - what to pack
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Home Birth
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Reviews (2)

by Hattie Mauleverer-Jones
1. the content was brilliant - easy to read, informative. 2. I felt that lots of research and experience has gone into the information. 3. Haven't finished course - but interested about complications. 4. the style is fab - easily digestible. 5. Informative and friendly style 6. I read it on my laptop - The previous ones on my phone - which was harder to move through the course. 7. Very easy to follow and I like the 'timeline' it isn't jumping around. 8. No need for video content yet - could have more photos maybe - possibly around assisted delivery so the instruments aren't taking people by surprise. 9. No need for audio so far.

Really well explained

by Alice George
I love how this explains all the stages of labour. The books I have read really confused me but this is really clear. The breathing and then pushing bits were really interesting! Thanks

by Hattie Mauleverer-Jones
1. the content was brilliant - easy to read, informative. 2. I felt that lots of research and experience has gone into the information. 3. Haven't finished course - but interested about complications. 4. the style is fab - easily digestible. 5. Informative and friendly style 6. I read it on my laptop - The previous ones on my phone - which was harder to move through the course. 7. Very easy to follow and I like the 'timeline' it isn't jumping around. 8. No need for video content yet - could have more photos maybe - possibly around assisted delivery so the instruments aren't taking people by surprise. 9. No need for audio so far.

Really well explained

by Alice George
I love how this explains all the stages of labour. The books I have read really confused me but this is really clear. The breathing and then pushing bits were really interesting! Thanks