YPTB- Young Parents To Be


YMTB is a comprehensive, holistic, accredited course specifically designed for pregnant teenagers; it is a unique programme which involves partners and dads-to-be in the whole pregnancy process.

Courses engage with midwives and provide access by working in multi-agency partnerships which benefit learners, YMTB projects and the NHS. Young women are keen to attend YMTB as it provides accessible antenatal care. Specifically tailored sessions enable young dads to-be to be included and prepared to help and support at the birth.

The course has units which cover:

•Antenatal Development and Birth

•Caring for a Baby from Birth to six months

•The Responsibilities of Caring for a young Baby

•Using Planning Skills to make a resource for a Baby

•The Rights and Responsibilities of Parenting

For more information on the course and for nationally delivered courses, please click here.For our International course, please click here.

National Programme Contact:

Rachel Coss (Business Development Manager)

Telephone: 01452 886416

Email: rachelc@ymtb.co.uk

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If you have any further questions or would like more information please visit our YMTB Website

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