If you're looking for a rewarding role in breastfeeding support, we'd love you to join our team!
Research shows that volunteering increases your well-being, plus you'll feel better knowing you're making a difference.
To become a breastfeeding counsellor or educator...
Complete our volunteer traineeship. You will:
- learn on-the-job
gain the skills to volunteer as a peer support breastfeeding counsellor or educator with ABA
achieve a nationally accredited Certificate IV qualification
be part of a passionate and committed team.
What our volunteers say:
There’s nothing quite like the buzz of supporting another mother along her journey.
It could be feeling energised and reassured by connecting with more experienced volunteers/mothers or seeing a new parent have that ‘aha!’ moment or overcome a challenge.
I absolutely love being on Helpline. I have my regular shift, but try to help out where I can by doing extra shifts, especially overnights...
I became a volunteer when my third child was born because I felt that I had found my tribe and wanted to give back some of the support and wisdom that I had received.
Training gave me an opportunity to share with other mums who needed support. I have been able to use these skills in so many areas of my life, not just ABA.