Skip to navigation Skip to main content Skip to footer

Midwife

This job is all about supporting and caring for women during prenancy, labour and birth.

Show me your job! Midwife

Activation required

By clicking on this video, YouTube videos will be displayed on this website in the future. We would like to point out to you that after activation, data will be transmitted to YouTube. You can opt out of this activation at any time on the page Privacy.

What does a midwife do?

As a midwife, you know the female body as well as what is happening with it during a pregnancy very well. You advise pregnant women and help them to preprare for labour and birth. When it comes to complications during birth, you call a doctor and assist him/her with medical procedures.

After delivery, you examine and care for mothers and newborns. During the first weeks of breastfeeding, you regularly visit mothers and advise them on breastfeeding, postnatal and infant care and feeding as well as on important basics of hygiene to keep mothers and newborns in best health.

What is important?

  • Empathy and contact readiness (e.g. when dealing with expecting mothers)
  • Care and responsibility (e.g. when weaning the newborn, documenting the birth, etc.)
  •  Psychological stability (e.g. during the birth of sick children or stillbirths)
  • Ability to make decisions (e.g. in emergency situations during childbirth)

Courses for midwives

The Level 1 = basic level is meant to give the very first basics for a profession, more like an orientation towards that profession. The Level 2 = intermediate level is for people that have mastered the basic courses and want to get a more detail knowledge for a profession. The Level 3 = advanced level is meant for people who already have knowledge in a specific industry and want to learn about specifications in that industry. The Level 4 = professional level is being designed for all those that are already working and want to acquire some new knowledge for that profession.

Basic Level

0 Bilder
0 Bilder

Explore other branches

0 Bilder
Zum Seitenanfang