AMaRE is a not for profit educational body that is focused on education for maternal and reproductive health care providers. Our courses encompass multidisciplinary team work and learning collaboratively to improve outcomes for women and families.
The PIMS (Preparation in Maternity Safety) course is for those in the early stages of their obstetric or midwifery career, or those seeking a refresher. It is recommended to complete a PIMS course before attempting the more advanced Advancing in Maternity Safety (AIMS) Part 2 course.
The AIMS course intensive 2 days of workshops, lectures and hands on learning in managing obstetric emergencies. It is recommended to complete a PIMS course before attempting the more advanced AIMS course.
Becoming a Breech Expert (BABE) is a one day multidisciplinary course aimed at maternity care providers looking for more specific information on the options around a woman who has a breech presentation late in pregnancy.
"This has been one of the most helpful and applicable courses I have attended, hands on skill sessions were very helpful."
"Loving the small group work stations and the opportunity to have “hands on”. Enjoyed the team work and collaboration, fantastic to meet so many people with different experiences and skills"
"The course has been such a positive experience – it has given me confidence to perform life-saving measures."
"Great to be at such a multi-disciplinary course – everyone learning the same."
"Congratulations on your professionalism and dedication it’s an honour to have been given the opportunity to participate in an ALSO course."
"Experienced and knowledgeable facilitators – approachable, well-informed and friendly."
"I found the course content excellent and relevant to my ongoing education, maintaining and improving my practical skills."
"Day 2 of AIMS (Advancing in Maternity Safety). It is a fabulous course..... Woo Hoo passed the course. It is very worthwhile and is recommend to all providers of maternity care."
"I highly recommend this course to anyone caring for women during pregnancy and birth and particularly for those teaching the next generation so that the normality of breech birth can be reinforced."