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Lamaze Childbirth Educator Certification Examination Prep Course

Lamaze Childbirth Educator Certification Examination Prep Course

Lamaze Childbirth Educator Certification Examination Prep Course

Lamaze International
Lamaze International
on behalf of Lamaze International

$50.00 $ 50.00 $ 50.00

$FREE $ FREE $ FREE

$ 50.00 $ 50.00 $ 50.00
$ FREE $ FREE $ FREE
Normal Price: $50.00 FREE

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Launch date: 28 Apr 2017
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Last updated: 24 Sep 2018

Reference: 181044

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Latest User Comments

Kaitlin Fuchs (9 Sep 2018)
Does not provide an in-depth review of material, more about the logistics of test and how to prioritize what to study
Ms Cheryl Meyer (6 Jan 2018)
I feel much more confident after understanding the specifics about how the questions are weighted and the having the opportunity to take a practice exam. I feel more focused now to continue studying with the intention of taking the exam as soon as possible!
Erin Davis (31 Jan 2018)
I felt the prep exam covered a variety of topics and did a good job at stating the questions clearly.

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Course Availability

This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

The Lamaze Childbirth Educator Certification Examination Online Exam Prep Course is an exciting new course that provides an interactive learning experience for individuals interested in sitting for the Lamaze Childbirth Educator Certification Examination. Learn how the exam is written, scored, and practice for the exam by taking 38 practice questions.

Objectives

Understand the development of the Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator certification exam
A. Become familiar with the exam blueprint
Review exam competencies
A. Competency 1: Promotes the childbearing experience as a normal, natural, and healthy process which profoundly affects women and their families.
B. Competency 2: Assists women and their families to discover and to use strategies to facilitate normal, natural, and healthy pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding, and early parenting.
C. Competency 3: Helps women and their families to understand how complications and interventions influence the normal course of pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding, and early postpartum.
D. Competency 4: Provides information and support that encourages attachment between babies and their families.
E. Competency 5: Assists women and their families to make informed decisions for childbearing.
F. Competency 6: Acts as an advocate to promote, support, and protect natural, safe, and healthy birth.
G. Competency 7: Designs, teaches, and evaluates a course in Lamaze preparation that increases a woman’s confidence and ability to give birth.
Lamaze International

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Lamaze International
on behalf of Lamaze International

Lamaze is a nonprofit organization that promotes a natural, healthy and safe approach to pregnancy, childbirth and early parenting. Knowing that pregnancy and childbirth can be demanding on a woman’s body and mind, Lamaze serves as a resource for information about what to expect and what choices are available during the childbearing years.

Lamaze education and practices are based on the best, most current medical evidence available. They can help reduce the use of unnecessary interventions and improve overall outcomes for mothers and babies. Working closely with their families, health care providers and Lamaze educators, millions of pregnant women have achieved their desired childbirth outcomes using Lamaze practices.

As a nonprofit organization, the work of Lamaze International is supported by many actively engaged unpaid volunteers who give generously of their time and talent. Volunteers serve on the Board of Directors, the Education and Certification Councils and on various Lamaze committees and task forces. Volunteers are the heart of Lamaze International!

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User Reviews (24)

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Kaitlin Fuchs (9 Sep 2018)
Does not provide an in-depth review of material, more about the logistics of test and how to prioritize what to study
Ms Cheryl Meyer (6 Jan 2018)
I feel much more confident after understanding the specifics about how the questions are weighted and the having the opportunity to take a practice exam. I feel more focused now to continue studying with the intention of taking the exam as soon as possible!
Erin Davis (31 Jan 2018)
I felt the prep exam covered a variety of topics and did a good job at stating the questions clearly.
Mrs Lesley Pascuzzi BSc, MSc (30 Mar 2018)
Good course although I would have liked to have been able to get more feedback on the questions I didn't answer correctly.
Hannah Levine (27 Apr 2018)
Very informative course!
Shruti Harlalka (27 Apr 2018)
The Exam is a real good evaluation of your understanding of the subject.
Ms Natalie Marcum (26 Apr 2018)
I wish there were more questions.
Amy Krutsch (25 Apr 2018)
Would like to review answers and attempt more questions
Singh Kajal (25 Apr 2018)
I found this course very helpful.
Samantha Rand (24 Oct 2017)
I can't get the email link to work, so I'm hoping this works: Hello, I am wondering if this exam practice is video based or not? If it is video based, I am wondering if it is closed captioned or if a transcript is available? I don't want to pay the $50 fee to practice to find out I cannot access it due to my hearing loss. Could you verify or explain how the set up looks like? Much appreciated.
Sheetal Churchill (24 Apr 2018)
It was good to be oriented to the variety of questions that can be asked on practical implications of different facets of childbirth educator's preparation.
Erin VandeLinde (23 Apr 2018)
I did not feel like the review course was as specific as the exam questions. I also would like to be able to access the answers to the questions before having to make an evaluation.
Kimberly Hayes (23 Apr 2018)
Hopefully the test will be reflective of the practice test. My anxiety is still high although I did extremely well on this test.
Sylvia Mealey (21 Feb 2018)
A very useful tool to guide me through my studies.
Ms Elizabeth Gavin RNC-OB, BSN, NC-BC, CLC (21 Apr 2018)
I was unable to access the class, I was only able to go straight to the exam.
Kasey Kesner (21 Apr 2018)
This class was great for understanding HOW it's designed. If you have any amount of test anxiety, I recommend the practice exam to help gain more confidence. This practice test offers insight and explanations that may help you feel more self-assured. It was great for easing test jitters for me, and I learned a lot.
sandra nazareth (20 Apr 2018)
it would be worthwhile to get the correct answers, to compare so we know were we stand.
Priscilla Brickey (19 Mar 2018)
Glad I invested in the practice material.
Charish Dissinger (18 Mar 2018)
I thought the practice exam was very well done and I feel confident that I will be able to pass the exam with some more studying.
Ayla Harrison (18 Apr 2018)
I would say that there are quite a few questions that have more than one correct answer, depending on the circumstances.
Amanda Roden (17 Apr 2018)
Course helped me relax about what the test will be. I’ve been so nervous about knowing specific dates (which I’m horrible at remembering) and I’ve been nervous because I’m a terrible test taker! Thanks for this! I just wish we had a full 150 question exam to feel more realistic! :-)
Ann Pollack (16 Sep 2018)
It was reassuring to know how much I did know. I was happy that they provided detailed answers to any questions I had, this cemented the information for me.
Liana Kurka (15 Apr 2018)
I have taken this exam several times and have been unable to see the questions I am missing, which does not help me study or learn what I have done wrong. I feel the first time around, the correct answers should be made available regardless of your score.
Mrs Julisa RochaBlair MPH, BSN, RN, CLE (14 Aug 2018)
I just wish it was longer, there aren't enough questions

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