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 (3)

fab and informative

by Hayley Jackson
About to have first baby in 5weeks and despite lots of advice from friends and family and talking to my midwife nothing seems to have gone in. My first antenatal class is 3 weeks before my due date and I have realised that a tour around the hospital, I may not take in what is being said to me...I blame the baby brain! I decided to do the online course just so that I am fully prepared and reading it at my own pace at home, it has sunk in quite well - I've even noticed my partner reading over my shoulder and commenting on things so I feel he is also being prepared. Fab and informative advice, especially for first time Mum-to-be! :-)

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

fab and informative

by Hayley Jackson
About to have first baby in 5weeks and despite lots of advice from friends and family and talking to my midwife nothing seems to have gone in. My first antenatal class is 3 weeks before my due date and I have realised that a tour around the hospital, I may not take in what is being said to me...I blame the baby brain! I decided to do the online course just so that I am fully prepared and reading it at my own pace at home, it has sunk in quite well - I've even noticed my partner reading over my shoulder and commenting on things so I feel he is also being prepared. Fab and informative advice, especially for first time Mum-to-be! :-)

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