ARC is committed to supporting all healthcare professionals in the field of antenatal screening and recognises that working together enables us to provide the best care and support possible for every parent who faces a suspected or diagnosed fetal anomaly.
Training and events
It takes time, experience and training to gain the confidence and competence needed to provide individualised care to parents through antenatal testing and its consequences.
ARC training days are designed to enable healthcare professionals to respond both practically and emotionally to parents’ needs as well as consider their own support needs.
We understand that being a healthcare professional in the field of antenatal screening can be extremely demanding with the ever-increasing pressure that comes with limited resources and the on-going challenge of delivering difficult news.
If you need some additional support ARC’s helpline is available, providing a confidential and safe space to talk through difficult issues.
ARC’s national helpline
Want to talk? We’re here as often as you need us.
Our helpline is answered by trained staff.
Monday to Friday: 10.00am – 5.30pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 8 – 10pm – email email@example.com to arrange an evening call.
ARC helpline stickers
Our helpline stickers are for the use of healthcare professionals to inform relevant patients about the ARC helpline. Click here to print your own set of ARC helpline stickers.
We have paused our membership programme and will not be taking any new sign-ups. Existing members can still sign in using the button below, and will still be able to receive discounted ARC training.
Already a member? Access the ARC resource centre
If you’re already an ARC member, you can access our Resource Centre.