Prospects Broader skills: - gives a brief but effective summary of the strengths, attributes and skills that can be cultivated through midwifery and related programmes of study. It also encourages you to consider the skills developed through your other activities, such as paid work, volunteering, family responsibilities, sport, membership of societies, and leadership roles.
Midwifery graduates tend to find employment or go on to further study. There are options to work with women in different care settings or in specialist areas such as teenage pregnancy, diabetes specialist midwife, antenatal screening, community midwifery, perinatal mental health, safeguarding and substance misuse. You can also undertake further study to become a health visitor or a midwife ultrasonographer. The suggested links will direct you to high quality information on the range of careers available.
For an appointment with an employability adviser, please book in with Eric Thompson by going to the Robert Winston Helpdesk or telephoning 0114 225 5564.
For further information and advice, contact the Careers and Employability Service on: 0114 225 3752