Sara Wickham’s Online Courses
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Increase your knowledge … develop your confidence … meet like-minded midwives and birth folk from all over the world … and all in the comfort of your own home!
Dr Sara Wickham’s online courses offer world-class, woman-centred continuing education for midwives and birth folk, combining up-to-the-minute evidence with a heart-centred approach to caring for women and families.
You get all the benefit of Sara’s lecture series on the relevant topic (which have been broken down into short chunks and lovingly videoed just for these courses – you won’t find them anywhere else), along with podcasts, written activities, discussion threads and loads of other resources.
You’ll find lots of triggers for thought, reflection and conversation, and a fabulous online platform which will allow all course participants to chat in a private, easy-to-use forum for the duration of the course.
All of our online courses begin on a set date and you will go through them with a group. Once the course opens, you have 24/7 access to all the material. They begin with a facilitated week in which you can chat and connect with Sara in our discussion threads. All courses include a live webinar in which we can connect in real time. Sara says farewell after the first week and you then keep 24/7 access for a further month before the course closes. So you can keep chatting with other participants and work through the material at your own pace.
All our courses are intended for midwives and birth folk (by which we mean student midwives, childbirth educators, doulas, doula students, hypnobirthing teachers, pregnancy yoga teachers, therapists and others who work with women and families in the childbearing year and people aspiring to work in any of these fields who have done a bit of reading and would like to know more. Now you know why we abbreviate that to ‘birth folk’!)
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