Below you will find a summary of each of the available work experience placements for LSCS students. If you would like to enquire about any of these roles, you can do so by completing and submitting the form at the end of this page. In addition, if you haven’t already registered for the Work Experience Programme, you can do so by completing the form at the end of the Work Experience page.
SO23 (just outside of Winchester)
Twins – about one month old on the start date
Possibly 24 hour support but flexible and open to other options as well
General help and support with identical twin boys. The mum hopes to breastfeed and also express so that others can help out with the feeding. Support and advice around helping the family settle into a routine would also be helpful. There will be a spare room with an en-suite for the maternity nurse. The family will have a moses basket and it may be that some nights that babies sleep with their mum and dad, and other nights with the maternity nurse – all very flexible at this stage. The twins are the first babies in the family. They also have a pet dog.
Looking for a sleep trainer who can stay over for a few nights and work with the family to help get the baby into a good sleep routine.
Help and guidance needed to get 10 month old baby into a good sleep routine. The baby boy used to sleep through the night, or wake just once for a bottle feed. He has now started waking at least twice and is wanting additional milk in the night. The family would like the sleep trainer to provide them with guidance and support on how to get their baby back into a good sleep routine using a gentle sleep training approach. They would also like the sleep trainer to stay over for a few nights while helping the family. The sleep trainer will share the room with the baby.
Maternity nurse with some additional nanny duties.
New-born and 22 months.
24 hour shifts with rest hours within this period to be agreed.
The main role will be as a maternity nurse offering general help and support with the new born baby. Helping also with feeding expressed milk or waking mum at night to breastfeed. While the main role will be looking after the new-born, the mother would like someone who is flexible and who is able to provide some support with the older sibling, who will be 22 months at the time, as the family adjust to their new dynamics. There will be a room available for the maternity nurse which will be shared with the baby.
"After taking the Common Core Skills course I also decided to take a maternity course after my very positive experience with HATA. All the trainers were so professional and had lots of experience in their fields. It really gave me a newfound confidence in my skills, especially after my boss went on to have a second baby."
I have completed all my training through HATA (apart from my Hypnobirthing Practitioner) Sleep Training, Healthy Eating, First Aid, Maternity Nurse Training and the OFSTED Course. I have made a lot of friends through HATA a lot of which I speak to on a daily basis. I will continue to promote HATA to all my friends and those in this profession. I can honestly say that every course I have done with HATA has affected my profession in a good way. I have also made so many life long friends.
Hata change my life,i meet new friends,the trainer was a lovely women Julie,she maked me have confidence in me,i meet new friends and i introduced old friends,this course is amazing i applied lot of things i learned in my practice and i can see the difference,I feel more secure i feel that i know perfect what i am doing.So if you love babies,if you Want to earn good money or just feel more confident taking care of your new baby definitely just HATA i guarantee you wont regret !:)