Become a Trainer
Would you like to share your passion for the NBO and NBAS with fellow practitioners? Would you like to join a team of like-minded and inspirational people? Would you like to enhance and develop your career to include teaching others?
Why don’t you consider becoming a Brazelton trainer?Scroll Down
Want to share your passion for the NBAS and NBO?
We are always looking to expand our team of Brazelton trainers and would love to hear if you think this could be you.
All the Brazelton Centre UK’s trainers have years of experience within their individual professional fields such as Occupational Therapy, Health Visiting and Psychology. Being qualified in both NBAS and NBO, our trainers use Brazelton techniques and tools frequently within their daily practice and clinical work.
It is their passion for developing and improving services for families and babies that sets our Brazelton trainers apart. When leading our courses, our trainers are paired to provide different perspectives in applying and integrating baby behaviour and to inspire our trainees to gain the maximum benefit from the two days courses. So you will be joining a team of like-minded professionals who are committed to ensuring newborn babies have the best start in life.
Register your interest
Our training courses take place throughout the UK, so having the time available to commit, plus a willingness to travel, are essential in the role.
Our trainer pathway begins at facilitator level as you teach alongside Brazelton trainers, from where you will develop your skills over time and work towards becoming a full Brazelton trainer. If you are interested in learning about how to become a Brazelton trainer, drop us an email.
We look forward to hearing from you!01223 314429
Health Visitor, Trainer since 2015
I love being a trainer as I can share my passion for the NBO and observe both newly qualified and experienced staff become aware that the NBO will be a really useful tool for them to share with families to enhance parent – infant relationships.
Neonatal Physiotherapist, Trainer since 2015
The aspect I enjoy the most is to see trainees understanding more about babies’ communication via their behaviour, and an enthusiasm to start to incorporate this awareness into their practice.
Occupational Therapist, Trainer since 2013
Becoming a Brazelton trainer has been a wonderful opportunity, it has enabled me to learn about clinical practices and meet different professionals across the United Kingdom. I learn something new on each course and am constantly reminded of the unique capabilities of each baby and their family.
Psychologist, Trainer since 1995
I love to see the faces of practitioners and parents light up when they observe the amazing capabilities of babies.