"This course makes you a completely different person. You learn so much about yourself and will eventually become a true advocate for women!"
Ashley entered the programme after taking an Access course at York College.
“As we come to the end of the programme I look back and see how the course has broadened the way I think, not just about being a midwife but about life itself. All for the better."
Keeley started the programme after completing an Access course at Dearne Valley College.
“I still feel I'm in a midwifery dreamland as I've loved being on the course. I'm so excited about what my future will hold. I have a job at a Hospital Trust to go to, continuing care and support to women, and feel so privileged to be part of their lives."
Karen entered the programme after 'A' Levels.
"The programme has been a challenge but very rewarding. You may go through difficult times but in the end it is well worth it to make a difference to the lives of women and their families."
Laura joined the programme after completing a degree in Communication Studies at Sheffield Hallam University.