How do you become Cappa certified?
- Be at least 18 years of age.
- Attend a CAPPA Childbirth Educator training class.
- Read selected books from the CAPPA Childbirth Educator Required Reading List.
- Read the CAPPA Childbirth Educator Training Manual (received at training).
- Complete all requirements below within 1 year of the training class.
What makes Cappa different from other certifying organizations?
CAPPA professionals are trained to dispel myths about pregnancy, childbirth, the postpartum period, and breastfeeding. CAPPA trains professionals to provide unbiased education. The CAPPA Approach does not use fear or guilt as a motivator but instead encourages families to make intuitive and informed decisions.
What is the best doula certification?
Top Doula Certifications For Your Career In 2021
|1||Doula Certification (ICD)||ICEA|
|2||Birth Doula Certification||DONA, BDC|
|3||Postpartum Doula Certification||ICEA|
|4||Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)||NHA|
How much does a doula make?
On average doulas can make $15,000 to $30,000 a year. They can work part-time or as much as they like. We’ll go over some of the fee systems you can use.
What is Cappa certification?
CAPPA (Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association) is an international certification organization for Doulas, Childbirth Educators, and Lactation Educators. Since our foundation in 1998, we have certified thousands of perinatal professionals.
What are the four cornerstones to the Cappa approach?
Bring your mind back to the four cornerstones of the CAPPA Approach: Positive mental attitude. Evidence-based information. Loving non-judgmental mindset.
What is Cappa certified?
What qualifications do you need to become a doula?
Typically, a birth doula needs to finish 7 to 12 hours of childbirth education, 16 hours of birth doula training, and attend at two to five births. A postpartum doula usually attends about 27 hours of postpartum doula education and assists two or more women with postpartum support.