FREEBIE FRIDAY: 1 FREE L-CERP – “Understanding The Infant Microbiome” Webinar

Keep Calm and Love Free StuffYup, it’s that time again. Freebie Friday! And Who doesn’t love free stuff? Are you an IBCLC who is trying to earn enough CERPS for re-certification? Or are you an aspiring IBCLC – to-be who is trying to obtain the 90 hours of lactation education needed to qualify for the IBLCE exam? If so, then this 1 FREE L-CERP is for you. Not only do you get to cross an hour off of your list (with your wallet thanking you), but you get to learn something about the Infant Microbiome as well. Win-Win.

 

You may be wondering what you have to do to earn your 1 free L-CERP?  Simply click here to enroll for the 60 minute webinar titled,  “Understanding The Infant Microbiome.” Don’t forget to mark your calendars because this offer is only available from December 12-19, 2017. 

Webinar host is Toni Harman, the filmmaker behind the award-winning documentary Microbirth.

Author & Filmmaker Toni Harman. Photo courtesy of Birthful.com

Toni Harman is also the co-author along with Alex Wakeford of the books:The Microbiome Effect: How Your Baby’s Birth Influences Their Future Health (2016) and Your Baby’s Microbiome: The Critical Role of Vaginal Birth and Breastfeeding for Lifelong Health (2017).

 Don’t forget to download your Certificate of Completion for Continuing Education (CE) credits after completion. This 60 minute webinar offers: 1 L-CERP Approved by IBLCE – CERPs Registry Number #317077K and 1 CPD Hour Approved by Australian College of Midwives (ACM).

Do you have an idea or freebie that you would like featured on Galactablog’s FREEBIE FRIDAY series? If so, don’t be shy! Please do share. You can contact me here. I look forward to hearing from you.

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