Lactation Management for Doulas

Online Webcast Self Learning Modules

Woman at computerListen to the instructor while you view the powerpoint slides. Just like attending the lecture in person but you can review at your leisure anything that you missed the first time around. These online self learning modules are presented by an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) with over 25 years of clinical and teaching experience. They provide the basics of lactation management for those with little previous experience or training as a breastfeeding counselor and meet the requirements for breastfeeding support training required for DONA doula training.

All online training courses provide 12 months of access from date of purchase.


Basics of
Lactation Management Training

Basics of
Lactation Management Training
  Includes Required Courses: Includes Required Courses
plus Optional Courses:
Starting Out Successfully Included! Included!
Overcoming Breastfeeding Difficulties Included! Included!
Breast Pumps and Breastmilk Storage Included! Included!
Breastfeeding the Premature Infant   Included!
Alternative Feeding Methods   Included!
Talking to Mothers   Included!
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4.5 L-CERPs and 4.5 Nursing Contact Hours
8.5 L-CERPs and 8.5 Nursing Contact Hours

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Chapter I - Starting Out Successfully

Reviews the 4 most common positions for breast-feeding, correct latch-on and the importance of timing of feedings. Covers all the information you need to get mothers off to a good start in breastfeeding.

Chapter II - Overcoming Breastfeeding Difficulties

Describes common breastfeeding problems, their causes, and suggested remedies.

Chapter III - Breast Pumps and Breastmilk Storage

Discusses the various types of breast pumps available and the advantages and disadvantages of each. Also describes hand expression. Freezing, thawing, and storage of breastmilk are included.

Chapter IV - Breastfeeding the Premature Infant

Guidance for those instructing mothers of premature infants how to establish a milk supply, determine readiness for breastfeeding, transition the baby to the breast and prepare for home care.

Chapter V - Alternative Feeding Methods

Alternatives when babies temporarily cannot breastfeed. Includes determining when extra feedings are needed, cup and spoon feeding, finger feeding, and complementary feeding at the breast.

Chapter VI - Talking to Mothers

Effective communication methods whether you are counseling a mother to choose to breastfeed or instructing her in the first few critical days on initiating lactation

We also offer bundles of courses from 15 to 20 credits.
Check out our enriched 95+ hour course or the 52 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 81.5 CEs and 3.5 RxCEs upon successful completion of the 95+ hour Lactation Consultant Training Program Enriched. ACNM Provider #2021/018

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