What age can you start training to be a midwife?

Answer in Scotland you can start taking a midwifery course at the age of 17 but in England you have to be 18

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Lay Midwife Training?

Lay midwives, also called direct-entry midwives, have numerous paths to midwifery education. Direct-entry midwives provide complete maternity care for low-risk women who wish for a more natural, ho... Read More »

What is a midwife's college training?

There are two answers to this question. If you want to be a nurse-midwife, you will need to complete an undergraduate degree in nursing and a master's degree in nurse-midwifery. If you do not want ... Read More »

Midwife Sonographer Training?

Midwife sonography training is designed to add additional training to basic midwifery practice and is considered an expanded midwifery practice procedure. Sonography training is not required in ord... Read More »

Certified Professional Midwife Training?

Certified Professional Midwife training can take up to three years to complete depending on the educational level of the student entering a midwifery program. In order to qualify for the CPM examin... Read More »