While you are training for your midwifery degree you will work 37.5 hours a week. You will be allocated a midwife-mentor to support your clinical learning. You will be expected to shadow your mentors shift pattern which may include shifts in community, early, late, long shifts, night shifts and on-call shifts. When you are qualified there is more flexible working including part and full time positions.
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