CAPPA Certified Labor Doula: CLD
Want to be inspired and empowered to begin or enhance your perinatal career? Train with the Childbirth and Postpartum Professionals Association, an international certification organization for Doulas, Childbirth Educators, and Lactation Educators. CAPPA trainings are designed to educate and equip the contemporary perinatal professional for a successful career in a fun, supportive, and collaborative environment. Trainings are evidence based and comprehensive, and are designed to appeal to all learning styles. Students will enjoy engaging and interactive instruction, with practical and real-world scenarios. CAPPA instructors have in depth knowledge and follow standardized curriculums to ensure the highest quality training and most comprehensive perinatal education for CAPPA Certification programs. As one of the first and most comprehensive perinatal organizations in the world, CAPPA is respected for its longevity, stability, and its commitment to excellence in both education and unsurpassed student and member support.
The CAPPA Labor Doula Training
Ready to become proficient when offering professional labor support? Take the first step towards becoming a Certified Labor Doula with CAPPA. This eighteen hour workshop meets the first requirement of your CLD program and prepares you to work through the steps for certification. This course is designed to provide a foundational skill base, knowledge, and perspectives on professional labor support for perinatal professionals, as well as providing training for those seeking certification as certified labor doulas with CAPPA.
Offering 18 CAPPA Contact Hours. Nursing contact hours potentially available on request.
The CAPPA Labor Doula Training Class includes the CAPPA Labor Doula Manual, and covers the following topics:
· CAPPA certification and policies
· Practical application of Scope of Practice, ethics, and integrity
· Building bridges with medical/midwifery professionals
· Modeling and teaching positive communication and self-advocacy
· Support for every stage of labor and birth
· Hands on practice of proven comfort measures and labor support techniques
· Emotional support for labor and birth, as well as unexpected events
· Hospital procedures – risk/benefit as well as alternatives and support
· Cesarean and VBAC support
· Prenatal and postpartum consultations and support
· Breastfeeding initiation and support
· Business development, marketing, and networking to create a successful career
· And much more!
Faculty: Julie Brill, CCCE, CLD, IBCLC, CHLC is a childbirth educator, doula, lactation consultant, mentor for childbirth educators and doulas, writer, and speaker. She owns and manages WellPregnancy in Bedford, Massachusetts. She has been teaching childbirth classes and attending births since 1992, and mentoring new birth professionals throughout New England as a member of the CAPPA Faculty since 2003. Additionally, she is a Certified Holistic Lactation Consultant and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) in private practice, offering in-home breastfeeding consultations. Julie is the author of the doula anthology Round the Circle: Doulas Share Their Experiences. She is also the mother of two young adult daughters who she homeschooled until they entered college. Questions? Please email Julie (at) www.WellPregnancy.com
Register Here: https://www.wellpregnancy.com/labor-doula-trainings/
Tuition Cost: $500.00
Details of Refund Policy: There are no refunds due to student cancellation, but you may receive full credit toward another training if you cancel by written notification at least 30 days prior. If you are unable to attend your organization may send, or you may find, a substitute participant at no charge. If you are a midwife or doula please contact me regarding my policy on tuition transfer for a training missed due to attending a birth. If the training is cancelled due to low enrollment, you will be notified at least a week in advance and you will be able to choose a complete refund or credit towards another training. Only a few trainings have been cancelled in the last fifteen years.