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Communication Course

Communication Course

LER has designed a five-hour, lactation-specific bundle specifically to meet your needs.
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Human Milk for Older Infants and Toddlers

Human Milk for Older Infants and Toddlers

This course prepares you to help families with questions about breast- and chestfeeding beyond early infancy. Sally Wineholt, MD, a family physician, draws on a wealth of experience supporting families who nurse older babies and toddlers in her practice to cover the issue from all angles.

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If you’re considering becoming an IBCLC, you already know that helping breastfeeding families is a passion. It can be one of the most rewarding jobs on the planet. At LER, we know that if becoming an IBCLC is your passion, you can make it happen. As the new year begins, we’re rolling out a blog series that will help. We want to make it easy for 2022 to become the year you take bold steps toward your goal. Introducing the Certification Playbook You know you want to become an IBCLC, but how can you make it happen? If you’re like most aspiring IBCLCs, you already have a full life–perhaps another career, a family, other responsibilities … and oh, yes– there’s a pandemic going on, just to make things more interesting. And let’s face it–there are...
Few topics are as rich with lore as what we feed our babies when they first get ready for complementary foods. Your clients have definitely heard many of the statements below, from friends, elders, and the Internet. Do you know which ones are based in reality? See if you can separate fact from fiction when it comes to starting solids. Test Your Knowledge Previous Next Submit If you click the previous button once the quiz is complete the questions you answered correctly turn green and the incorrect answers are red. 1.) Babies should be given rice cereal as their first complementary food. Myth - Rice cereal is fine, but there is no specific reason it needs to be universally offered as a first food. Many pediatricians in the past advised it, s...

Guest Blog: Why Did I Become an LC?

We know you all have great stories about your experiences being or working toward becoming a lactation consultant. Now we've created a forum for you to share your stories with others. We invite you to write a maximum 100-word essay on who or what influenced you and what experiences encouraged you to enter the rewarding field of lactation consulting.

 Submit Your Blog Entry Here here to submit your essay, we can't wait to hear all about it!


How to Choose a Lactation Course

There are important considerations when choosing an educational institution. Here is a series of questions to help you choose a quality course. http://www.lactationtraining.com/questions-to-ask

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  • I did enjoy all of the course. It was the most helpful of ALL the courses that I studied. LER will be my only recommendation if I am asked.

  • I've really enjoyed this course and have learned a lot, and I am already putting it to use in my daily practice as a midwife. I'll definitely recommend it to others.

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  • I've just successfully completed the final exam! What a fabulous class! Thanks so much for offering such a convenient and high quality option for obtaining lactation education!

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