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Antenatal/Postnatal Teacher Training

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Posted: 27th Nov 2017 Closing: 27th Feb 2018

Working for:
Mummas and Beans


We are looking for Mums to join us to help support parents through pregnancy & beyond. We have both Antenatal & Postnatal Training opportunities. You can train in either Antenatal or Postnatal or both and run your own classes in dedicated postcode areas. Our Antenatal Teacher Training is run over 8 days and is devised by Midwives. Our Posntatal Training is run over 5 days and will qualify you to run Newborn, Baby Massage, Baby Yoga & Messy Play Classes. 





Investment Required:
Antenatal Teacher Training - £1300 (includes 8 days training, class plans, manuals, email & web page & license fee) Postnatal Training - £975 (includes 5 days training, class plans, manuals, email & web page & license fee) Train in both for £1875

4-10 hours per week.

Running 4 classes per week for postnatal you could anticipate a turnover of £11k PA, this would be a similar figure for Antenatal. Postnatal Classes would be run during week days, antenatal evenings & weekends.

Best suited to:
Mums who are looking to support other mums, totally without judgement or bias.

Finer Details

Type: Self Employed

Working Times:
During School Hours

Working at home or Office:
Home Based

Area: South East

Contact Details

Name: Nicky Woodhatch

Telephone: 07900 676719

Website: Visit the Website

Facebook: Visit Page


Mum's view

Name: Katie

Location: Farnham

Family: One little Boy - Teddy

How often do you work?
Teaching hours are 4-6p week

How does the job fit around your family life?
I work when Teddy is at nursery, and then Antenatal Classes are evenings/Weekends when his Dad is around to have him.

How much time do you commit?
I spend around 3-4hrs per week on admin, this can be done when my little boy is sleeping or with grandparents.

Where do you carry out your work?
I hire studios/church halls/nurseries in the local area.

Do you need a car?

Do you get support/training?
Yes the training is ongoing as is the support from Mummas HQ

Would you recommend this opportunity to other mums?
Yes defiantly, I totally love my job!!

Do you advertise?
Yes I advertise on social media, I am also liaising with our local hospital to organise fund raisers etc.

Are there any downsides to the role?
It is such a rewarding job, but it takes time and commitment, the teaching is only part of it, but the support I get from Nicky at HQ is great.