How to Book

Please note: the Sept/Oct 2021 course is now fully booked.

The Feb/March 2022 Spring Course is booking now!

Book for this training in 2 easy steps:

First apply by submitting  the application form and remember to attach a recent photo of yourself for identification purposes. We will respond and let you know if your application has been accepted. Any recent photo will do with or without other people.

How to Pay

Once you have been accepted for this training, you can confirm your booking by paying the full amount of £1400.

There is also an option to pay a non-refundable deposit of £350.

  1. Pay the full amount of £1400 online click here.
  2. Pay the deposit amount of £350 online click here.

If you are paying a deposit, the remainder can either be paid in one payment not later than the 1st September 2021 or by monthly instalments by standing order provided that the full amount has been received by 1st September 2021.

If you do not have a UK bank account, you can pay via credit card or paypal.

CONTACT

For all payment queries or to arrange a payment plan contact:

Rhea Bawa email:  rbawa@rapidobookings.com

Important: Training falls within the conditions of our Active Birth Professional Training AgreementThis is under revision as there are new teaching aids: The new version will be up soon.

You will be required to sign this prior to receiving your certificate. There is also an agreement to sign about using the logo before you certify and you will need to give us proof of insurance before we can add your name to the certified teachers list on this website. We do have an insurance scheme you can join if required.

(Please note: Amendments to these conditions can be made in countries where they are not applicable; for those teaching within an institution or NHS trust where the classes are funded. Apply to Janet Balaskas through info@activebirthcentre.com.)

We are proud that this training programme has been accredited by the Federation of Antenatal Educators (FEDANT).

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