We’ve triple checked the links, focused the webcam and stocked up on tea, because tomorrow we will be welcoming our first set of participants to our brand-new online course, Vitamin K and the Newborn.
This is our third full-sized professional development online course for midwives and birth folk (with the first two being on the topics of post-term pregnancy and group B strep) and we’re excited to be welcoming participants from all over the world. So if you’re signed up and raring to go, then keep an eye on your email inbox as you’ll automatically be sent a link as soon as the course opens. And I will be up and about from Friday morning (with my tea) to chat to you in the course!
If you’re thinking of joining us and haven’t signed up yet, then you can do so anytime until the end of the first day of the course, Friday 13th October. (We’ve extended the sign-up deadline by a day, as there are always a few people who just miss the deadline, but we will be closing registration at the end of the first day so that everyone can make the most of the facilitated week, where I will be chatting with you in the course).
This will be the only run of our Vitamin K and the Newborn course in 2017. If the dates don’t work for you, then don’t worry as we are likely to run it again in the UK spring of 2018 (or autumn down under), but this is the only time that we’ll be running our offer of a complimentary, signed copy of Sara’s new book on Vitamin K, which we’re posting out to all course participants no matter where they live in the world.
If you have any questions, then we’ve got a page which tells you everything you could possibly want to know about the course. We’re really looking forward to seeing you there!