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CAPPA NPE™ COURSE REGISTRATION

Are You Ready to Become a New Parent Educator?

Why Certify as a CNPE?

New Parent Educators can be found working in a variety of different settings, helping educate new families. Many work at hospitals teaching Baby Care classes, some work in community clinics that support new parents, and others work within care provider offices or in private settings.  But they all share the common goal of assisting and equipping families to make educated decisions about their babies.

If you are looking to add new parent education to your childbirth or breastfeeding classes–and want a certification that illustrates your commitment to non-judgmental, evidence-based education–the New Parent Educator program is for you.  If you are already a prenatal educator, the activities and learning scenarios in this training will give you fresh ideas for your classes, increasing engagement and reinforcing your role as a facilitator of the learning process. If you are a birth or postpartum doula who wants to support new parents to make confident decisions, the New Parent Educator program will provide many ways to approach the hard questions that parents ask you every day. Whether you are a nurse on the postpartum floor caring for families in the tender newborn period, a Healthy Family home visitor educating families one on one, or a WIC Certifier working with young families to help them gain skills for confident parenting, the topics covered in the New Parent Educator program will inspire and equip you to both challenge and comfort new and expectant parents.

The CAPPA New Parent Educator Training

Want to be inspired and empowered to begin or enhance your perinatal career? Train with the Childbirth and Postpartum Professionals Association, an international certification organization for Doulas and Professional Perinatal Educators. CAPPA trainings are designed to educate and equip the contemporary perinatal professional for a successful career in a fun, supportive, and collaborative environment. Trainings are evidence based and comprehensive, and are designed to appeal to all learning styles. Students will enjoy engaging and interactive instruction, with practical and real-world scenarios. CAPPA instructors have in-depth knowledge and follow standardized curriculum to ensure the highest quality training and most comprehensive perinatal education for CAPPA Certification programs. As one of the first and most comprehensive perinatal organizations in the world, CAPPA is respected for its longevity, stability, and its commitment to excellence in both education and unsurpassed student and member support.

Ready to become proficient when offering professional education to new and expecting parents? Take the first step towards becoming a Certified New Parent Educator with CAPPA. This eighteen-hour workshop meets the first requirement of your CNPE program and prepares you to work through the steps for certification. This course is designed to provide a foundational skill base, knowledge, and perspectives on professional education on the postpartum and newborn periods, as well as providing training for those seeking certification as certified new parent educators with CAPPA.

Offering 18 CAPPA Contact Hours. Nursing contact hours potentially available on request.

The CAPPA New Parent Educator Training Class includes the CAPPA New Parent Educator™ Manual, and covers the following topics:

  • CAPPA certification and policies
  • Practical application of Scope of Practice, Ethics, and Integrity
  • Evidence Based Practices
  • Teaching to Adult Learners
  • The Newborn – Characteristics, Procedures, Feeding, and Care
  • Soothing the Newborn
  • SUIDS/SIDS and Safe Sleep
  • Parental Relationships After Baby
  • Postpartum Expectations for the Woman
  • Postpartum Expectations for the Partner/Non-Birth Parent
  • Preparing the Home and Family
  • Specialty Class Ideas
  • Curriculum Development
  • Business development, marketing, and networking
  • And much more!

The CAPPA CNPE is a non-clinical professional and therefore does not dispense medical advice, diagnose medical conditions, perform clinical procedures, or prescribe/administer treatments of any kind. The CNPE offers appropriate referrals when their observance uncovers situations that require healthcare attention or support.

Register for your New Parent Educator Training! Be sure to complete parts 1 and 2!

This training is the first step on your journey to become a new parent educator! I’m thrilled you are ready to begin and I’m here for any questions to help you along the way. Don’t hesitate to contact me for more information delightedtodoula@yahoo.com.

Please complete the registration form and submit payment for your upcoming training.