Join CAPPA Faculty Laura Nance in this fun and practical course to educate about and support breastfeeding to the public. This is the first step to becoming a Certified Lactation Educator with CAPPA.
What You Will Learn:
•Goals/Roles of the Lactation Educator
•Historical Look at Breastfeeding
•Anatomical, Physiological, & Hormonal Aspects of Lactation
•Benefits of Breastfeeding/ Hazards of Formula Feeding
•Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding
•Working with the Hospital
•Medications and Mother's Milk
•Fathers/Partners and Breastfeeding
•Teaching To Adult Learners
•Marketing Your Practice and more…
This course is designed for anyone who works with breastfeeding families or the public. It is ideal for doulas, childbirth educators, labor/delivery, postpartum, and pediatric nurses, WIC employees, etc.
Benefits of this program:
•You can teach in a variety of settings, one-on-one support, private classes or hospital
•You will understand the necessity of advocacy, promotion and support of breastfeeding
•You will be able to market and target your audience
•You will begin the process of certification with CAPPA
This course is designed to meet the criteria for staff education for in support of BFHI. This course helps implement the WHO/Unicef Babyfriendly Hospital Initiative in the USA.
$500.00 -payment plans available. Credit Cards and checks accepted. Registration late fee of $50.00 applies on registrations after November 1, 2016.
Refunds only in the event of cancellation by trainer. No other refunds, only transfer to another training by Laura Nance within one year. $50.00 transfer fee applies.
In the event of inclement weather or other travel issues making it impossible for Laura Nance to hold the training, a make-up date will be scheduled. Laura Nance is not responsible for any travel expenses incurred.
For more information or to register contact
CAPPA Faculty Laura Nance, CLE, CLC, CLD, CPD, CCCE, CLC