Our Parenting Workshops are an excellent alternative to the conventional pre-natal classes. As Maternity Nurses, Sleep Trainers and Sleep Consultants who work with new parents all the time, we felt that there was a high demand for workshops that offered more practical and relevant training and advice.
We carried out extensive research and found that many parents felt inadequate and unable to cope with a new baby. Many felt they were not confident in carrying out even the simplest of tasks. We will give you that confidence.
Unlike other workshops etc. available; we tend to focus on teaching you how to manage and cope with your precious little one, after the birth, instead of pregnancy and labour and offer training on how to cope with your baby throughout the first precious months.
Our Baby to Bed approach is to offer a service we feel will be more beneficial for our parents to be. We want you to get more out of the course than new friends.
'90% of parents we spoke to said that the most positive thing to derive from classes they took elsewhere wasn't what they learned, but being able to socialise with other expectant parents and make new friends'
Our workshops run for two hours per week over a four-week period, from 6-8pm; each week focusing on different aspects in baby care.
We will not only provide you with all the information you need, but we also train you by getting you to participate in various practical tasks.
Topics Covered during the duration of the course are:
Handling Your Newborn
Safe Infant Sleeping
Going Back to Work
Happy parents who took our courses
"We completed the Baby to Bed parenting course a few months before we gave birth to our first baby. Baby to Bed just made perfect sense to us as they really gave us all the knowledge and skills, we needed to get us through those first months." Sara, Muswell Hill.
"Our friends, who were expecting before us, had recommended we try out the Baby To Bed parenting workshops; which were an absolute delight. We had a real insight into what to expect once our baby arrived rather than spending weeks on weeks talking about labour and pain relief; which was irrelevant to us in the end because we had a C-section and there was no labour!" Polly, Richmond.