The Breastfeeding Center
of Ann Arbor and
Barbara Robertson, MA, IBCLC are proud to offer
The CCLS: Clinical and Communication Lactation Specialist certificate
Parts 1 and 2 of a 90 Hour Lactation Course
Dates for Fall 2021 for 90 hour lactation course:
Pre-work: August 15, 2020- 23 hours of pre-work assignments will open. Optional live webinars will be offered every other week for discussion of assignments and questions.
In-person- NOTE Due to COVID our in person meetings will be moved to live Zoom meetings: 3 Days 8:30 AM-5:30 PM- Friday, October 1-Sunday, October 3, 2021- 22 hours of live Zoom meeting clinical work.
Pre-work: October 5, 2021- 23 hours of pre-work assignments will open. Optional live webinars will be offered every other week for discussion of assignments and questions.
In-person- NOTE Due to COVID our in person meetings will be moved to live Zoom meetings: 3 Days 8:30 AM-5:30 PM- Friday, November 12, 2021,-Sunday, November 14, 2021- 22 hours of live Zoom meeting clinical work.
The goal for the pre-work is to about 3 hours per week which needs to be completed before the in-person portion of the course. Registration is open for our 90 hour lactation course.
90 lactation CERPs will be granted at end of the course
Taught by Master Educator Barbara Robertson, MA, IBCLC
$1000 for early, early registration.
You can pay with Paypal or by check on our site.
If you would prefer to pay by Visa, Master Card, or Discover, please email Barbara@bfcaa.com and we are happy to make accept these payments.
You can register and mail a check made out to:
Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor
2595 Powell Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
This must be received by September 1, 2021 for the early bird pricing.
Is becoming an IBCLC right for me?
Read our blog and listen to our Zoom meeting for more information: https://bfcaa.com/how-to-become-an-ibclc/
The 90 hour lactation course will be held at
The Center for the Childbearing Year Teaching Space
722 Brooks Street
Ann Arbor, MI48104
Why take this course?
- You will be able to understand the normal course of breastfeeding
- You will be able to identify breastfeeding problems
- You will be able to understand the underlying causes of breastfeeding problems
- You will have direct exposure to clinical strategies and gain enhanced confidence
- You will be able to offer practical solutions in a compassionate, easily understandable way
Who is this course for?
- IBCLCs who need Lactation CERPs for re-certification
- Aspiring IBCLCs who are acquiring their breastfeeding education cerps.
- RNs or other health care professionals who want to increase their breastfeeding skills or acquire 20+ hours of breastfeeding education for the “Baby Friendly” hospital initiative.
- Peer Counselors, La Leche League Leaders, anyone, who wants to be able to better help mothers and babies with breastfeeding concerns
- Birth and post-partum Doulas who are interested in being on the cutting edge of breastfeeding support