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Leading for maternity improvement course for band 7 Midwives

Date: 15 July, 2019 08:00
Venue: The Royal College of Midwives, 37 Frederick Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1EP

Leading for maternity improvement course for band 7 Midwives

The RCM Leading for Maternity Improvement Course is an innovative and transformational four-day development journey for Band 7 Midwives who aspire to develop and apply their leadership skills in a positive and supportive work environment.

The four-day course, which is delivered over six months, will enable participants to gain personal insights and develop practical leadership and management skills to deploy at work. Participants will develop their leadership skills and examine how to put women and families at the heart of what they do.

The course employs a multi-media approach, utilising a 70:20:10 approach:-

  • Workplace learning and development (70%)
  • Coaching, Mentoring and Remote  Learning (20%)
  • Workshop Based Learning (10%)


The course covers four main themes

  1. Leading Self "Who am I?"
  2. Interpersonal Leadership "How do I engage with others?
  3. Leading Change "How do I lead service improvement"
  4. Team Leadership"How do I lead  others?"

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Workshop dates

11 September, 10 October, 6 November and 3 December

Lunch is not provided but refreshments will be available throughout the day. The workshops timings are 9.30-16.45.

Course accreditation

The course will be accredited by The Institute of Leadership & Management and this is included in the cost which is £250 +vat

How do I apply?

You must be a RCM Member to join this course. To apply please complete the application form  and email the signed copy to leadershipevents@rcm.org.uk 

Pay for your place here or request an invoice when you return your application form.

Places are strictly limited and will only be confirmed once your payment and application form are received

 If you have any queries please email leadershipevents@rcm.org.uk


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