Lactation Management Training: From Novice to Expert

75 CERP Recertification Bundle

Woman on Tablet smilingLactation Education Resources offers an easy, user-friendly, inexpensive way to earn CERPs for recertification as a lactation consultant and contact hours for nurses.

View the webcast video lessons, do the online activities then take the online post test. All of our online courses provide 1 year of access. The complete program will take about 75 hours to finish. Once all of the lessons within this program have been completed you will be able to print your certificate. It couldn't be easier!

    • 70 L-CERPs
    • 5 E-CERPs
    • 75 Nursing Contact Hours
  • Webcast Powerpoint Presentation (ranging from 1 to 2 hours)
  • Bibliography
  • Course Evaluation

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LER offers the 75 hour recertification training in 5 convenient installments.

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Courses Included:
 Annual Update 2017 part I
 Annual Update 2017 part II
 Annual Update 2018-2019
 Tongue-Tie Assessment and Treatment Part One
 Tongue-Tie Assessment and Treatment Part Two
 Tongue-Tie Post Test
 Initiating Breastfeeding: Facilitators and Barriers Part I
 Initiating Breastfeeding: Facilitators and Barriers Part II
 Assuring Breastfeeding Success
 Social Media and Breastfeeding
 Nutrition for Nursing Mothers
 Breastfeeding the Medically Challenged Infant
 Breast Pumps
  Breastfeeding Late Preterm & Early Term Infants
  BreaSteps: Breastfeeding the Premature Infant Section I
  BreaSteps: Breastfeeding the Premature Infant Section II
  Breastfeeding Multiples
  Formula Feeding
  Allergies and the Breastfed Baby
  Breastfeeding the Older Nursling and Weaning
  Engorgement and Mastitis
  Impact of Culture in Lactation Support
  Sexuality and the Breastfeeding Family
  Augmentation Reduction Surgery
  Herbals and Galactogogues
  Milk Banking
  Maternal Infection
  Partners and Breastfeeding
  Politics of Breastfeeding
  Jaundice and Breastfeeding
  Obesity and Lactation
  Relactation and Induced Lactation
  Infant Feeding in Disasters
  Anatomy of a Consult
  Essentials of Positioning
  Initiating BF - A Biological Perspective
  Clinical Skills Workshop Video 01
  Clinical Skills Workshop Video 02
  Clinical Skills Workshop Video 03
  When BF Fails
  Case Studies 1-5
  Controversies in Breastfeeding Promotion
  Ethical Considerations Group Discussion
  Ethical Considerations in Lactation Consulting
  IBLCE Ethics Complaints
  Legal and Ethical Concerns for the IBCLC
  8 Thought Provoking Questions
  Comprehensive Review of Infant Suck Section I
  Comprehensive Review of Infant Suck Section II
  Comprehensive Review of Infant Suck Section III

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We also offer bundles of courses from 15 to 20 credits.
Check out our enriched 90 hour course or the 54.5 and 45 hour bundles,
Get all of your required hours in one place!

L-CERPs, E-CERPs and R-CERPs are recognized by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners. Lactation Education Resources, Long-term Providership #CLT 109-31.

Lactation Education Resources is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Providership #P0519.

Lactation Education Resources is approved by the American College of Nurse Midwives to award 90 CEs upon successful completion of the 90-hour Lactation Consultant Training Program Enriched. ACNM Provider #2019/016

The CDR accepts hours without prior CDR approval and recognizes approval by the ANCC. When recording hours on the CDR Activity Log, indicate the provider as "Lactation Education Resources (ANCC)"

Requirements to receive Contact Hours/Criteria for successful completion includes viewing each lesson slide in its entirety and completion of quiz or post-test.

All individuals in a position to control content have signed a Conflict of Interest Statement and have no conflicts to declare.

Lactation Education Resources adheres to the World Health Organization Code on Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes