This course is specially designed for individuals who need to earn all 90 hours of lactation-specific education for IBLCE exam eligibility.
Taught by internationally-recognized author and breastfeeding expert, Marie Biancuzzo, this course will help you to:
Complete your lactation-specific education requirements to be eligible to sit for the IBLCE Exam and to also earn your Certified Clinical Lactationist™ credential! Print out your own certificate from home!
Individuals who need 90 hours of lactation-specific education for IBLCE Exam eligibility and those who wish to earn a Certified Clinical Lactationist™ credential.
The goal of this course is to review facts, concepts, and principles from previously-completed college science courses, and lactation-specific courses, for the purpose of helping first-time candidates and re-certificants to pass the IBLCE examination.
The objectives of this course are:
This course includes everything you need to complete your 90 hours of lactation education. All learning material is provided from your My Account page on our website. The program includes:
Marie Biancuzzo, RN MS CCL IBCLC
This program for 90.0 L-CERPs has been approved by Breastfeeding Outlook (Provider # CLT108-22) which is accredited as a long-term provider by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners.
This program provides 90.0 instructional hours in topics on the IBLCE Detailed Content Outline, and has been approved by Breastfeeding Outlook (Provider # CLT108-22) which is accredited as a long-term provider by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners.
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 15628, for 90.0 contact hours, accepted in all states in the United States.
After purchasing this course, you will have until June 30 or December 31, whichever is later after purchase, to complete the program.
You may now purchase this 90-hour program in four installments. Purchase your first unit, complete it and, as funds are available, purchase the next unit until you have completed all four units. You have up to 12 months to complete each unit. Individual units do not earn credits. You must complete all four units before the expiration dates to earn credits.
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