Future Dads is a one-day course for new and expectant dads, that demonstrates practical and emotional approaches to take care of themselves, their partner and their baby.

The course offers a space for men to come together to share their concerns, excitement and expectations of becoming a dad.

Who is it for?

If you’re a new dad, or a dad to be, Future Dads is the course for you.

What happens on the day?

Future Dads (ONLINE) covers a range of topics, including:

  • Practical skills: How to hold, feed, bathe, change and bond with your baby
  • Being a dad: Why dads are important and what kind of dad you want to be
  • Relationships: How having a baby can have an impact on relationships with your partner, friends and family
  • Self-care: How to look after your physical and mental health and wellbeing
  • A midwife will also be on hand to answer your questions about the birth and beyond!* (on full one day course*)

We have a FREE virtual course – Check below for eligibility

Do you reside in or is your child going to be born in?

  • Bexley
  • Bromley
  • Greenwich
  • Lambeth
  • Lewisham
  • Southwark

If so, you are eligible to participate in the FREE virtual course. 

To book click here.

If you are not eligible, please read on:

PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID-19 all our ‘in person’ one-day Future Dads courses are suspended until further notice and we are not likely to resume before September 2021. These courses are offered in hospitals in London.

To register your interest in the full one-day ‘in person’ course (due to resume when COVID-19 restrictions allow), click here and we will contact you when the in-person courses start again.

Watch the video below to see some of what happens during a Future Dads session

We want to thank Thomas Payton-Greene for volunteering his time and expertise in filming, editing and producing the above video.

We are working closely with the NHS and hospitals to keep everyone safe. As soon as we are able to resume the course we will update the website.

Thank you for your understanding.

Expectant Fathers Teams
efp@futuremen.org

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