Online Antenatal Course

This course will run for 4 weeks, every Tuesday from 17.45-20.00. Suitable for couples from 28 weeks of pregnancy.

Class 1: Normal labour & birth and self-help techniques

Class 2: When assistance is needed and analgesia

Class 3: Infant feeding and bonding with your baby

Class 4: The immediate postnatal period and care of your new baby

*New Class 5: Optional face-to-face self-help class (booking link will be given in Class 1-please book separately)*

To book a space go to:
DVH Parent Education Team Events | Eventbrite


The course has content you can trust. It was developed by registered midwives working with health professionals in the Solihull Approach team. You can work through the content at your own pace.

*Also available in Polish, Arabic and Urdu*

You can gain access using the code INVICTA

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Solihull Approach

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Sarah Kruger - Women's Experience and Parent Education Lead Midwife 


As the Women’s Experience Midwife, I champion the voice of the service user. My role is to influence the development of a safe and high standard of maternity care provision by supporting and co-ordinating women’s experiences of maternity care. I am also passionate about antenatal education; I believe that having an understanding of the physiology of birth, an awareness of choices and where to get further support can go a long way to ensure a positive birth experience. I lead on our Programme of Parent Education and work collaboratively with other health professionals to ensure current evidence-based information is taught to support women and families to make informed choices. I am also a Hypnobirth Midwife Practitioner, part of the Birth Reflection and Resolution Team and I am involved with the maintenance of the DGT Maternity Website.



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Ana Llorente - Clinical Support Worker to Specialist Midwives 


I am a Maternity Support Worker providing clinical assistance to the Infant Feeding, Parent Education and Diabetes specialist teams. An important part of my work is dedicated to supporting families clinically and providing feeding and general antenatal education. I also support the Infant Feeding midwife in running the service in accordance to Unicef’s Baby Friendly Initiative and providing staff training.