We have specially designed breastfeeding courses for parents to help you get breastfeeding onto the best start and also for practitioners to develop understanding and promote positive relationships between breastfeeding practitioners and families.
Breastfeeding E-learning Course – Online Course for Parents
This course was designed to help you get breastfeeding onto the best start. You will find a mixture of text, images and video clips with answers and guidance to the top breastfeeding questions and problems.
- Benefits of breastfeeding
- Skin to skin contact and
- Components of breast milk
- How to breastfeed
- Breastfeeding twins or more
- Is my baby feeding well?
- Is my baby getting enough breast milk?
- Expressing your breast milk
- Increasing you milk supply
- Storing breast milk
- Breast and /or nipple pain
- Recommended breastfeeding books
- Breastfeeding websites
We understand that not all families may have access to breastfeeding support due to a verity of barriers, with this in mind this course is free to:
- Women with children of colour
- Ethnic minorities
- Families who earn under £16,000 per year
- Parents under the age of 21 years
If you think you fall under this category, please contact us via the contact form or email: info@
If you do not fit the criteria to receive this course for free you can purchase this course for £50 here.
Breastfeeding Culture Safety – Online Course for Practitioners
Breastfeeding Cultural Safety Online Course for Breastfeeding Practitioners.
This course will help to promote self-awareness, and skills for those who work both directly and indirectly with Black, Asian and Ethnic minorities. The aim of this Breastfeeding Cultural Safety course is to develop understanding and promote positive relationships between breastfeeding practitioners and families from the Black, Asian and Ethnic Minorities.
To do this course you must be prepared to feel uncomfortable and have the will to learn through it.
- How to advocate for culturally safe approaches in breastfeeding
- Identify common barriers to cultural safety
- Be aware of your own assumptions and biases.
- How to actively discourage stereotyping
- Understanding colonialism and the legacy of racism
- Non-racist vs Anti-racist
- Speaking out against racism
- How to include different cultures, race, and ethnic backgrounds into your practice safely
- Identify good practices for cultural safety
- Why culture safety is important in breastfeeding
- Reading and video watch list
- Reflective assessments
- Free video recordings of Black Breastfeeding Week UK events.
- 1-year free membership to Breaking Breastfeeding Barriers & Uplifting Education
Get in Touch. Get Involved.
If you would like to sign up for one of our courses, require more information or would like to get involved in breaking the barriers to breastfeeding