Infant Feeding Class Teaching Curriculum

$275.00

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Immediately begin teaching in-person or online Infant Feeding Classes with this 50 page evidence-based, 3-hour Infant Feeding Class curriculum. Complete with course outline, hand-outs, discussion points and activities, this teaching curriculum sets you up for success as you begin teaching comprehensive Infant Feeding Classes.

Teaching objectives for each section are clearly defined and educator notes guide you as you move through each topic sharing insight and knowledge that will prepare your learners to successfully feed their babies. Questions and discussion points for prompting conversation around each topic will enhance learner participation and enable you to teach dynamic and engaging classes that get people raving about you!

Elevate your birth business by teaching Infant Feeding Classes today!

Topics, complete with outline, educator notes and discussion points, include:

  • Goal Setting for Infant Feeding
  • Parenting Philosophies
  • The Decision to Breastfeed
  • Establishing Breastfeeding After Birth
  • Breastfeeding Positions for the Early Days
  • Hunger Cues & Feeding Patterns
  • Stages of Lactogenesis
  • Common Breastfeeding Challenges
  • When Tools or Supplementation Becomes Necessary
  • The Fundamentals of Formula Feeding
  • Pumping & Returning to Work
  • Where to Find Feeding Support
  • And more!

This 50-page Infant Feeding Class curriculum can be taught as is, or rearranged to meet the unique needs of your learners. Educators may elect to teach this course in its entirety, or break it into shorter sections.

The purchaser agrees and understands that the curriculum purchased is the copyrighted property of ProDoula. The purchaser is buying a license to use the curriculum and shall not share or sell it to any other entities, partnerships, or corporations without the consent of ProDoula.

Purchase includes one download per customer. The download link will appear in your emailed receipt.

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Immediately begin teaching in-person or online Infant Feeding Classes with this 50 page evidence-based, 3-hour Infant Feeding Class curriculum. Complete with course outline, hand-outs, discussion points and activities, this teaching curriculum sets you up for success as you begin teaching comprehensive Infant Feeding Classes.

Teaching objectives for each section are clearly defined and educator notes guide you as you move through each topic sharing insight and knowledge that will prepare your learners to successfully feed their babies. Questions and discussion points for prompting conversation around each topic will enhance learner participation and enable you to teach dynamic and engaging classes that get people raving about you!

Elevate your birth business by teaching Infant Feeding Classes today!

Topics, complete with outline, educator notes and discussion points, include:

  • Goal Setting for Infant Feeding
  • Parenting Philosophies
  • The Decision to Breastfeed
  • Establishing Breastfeeding After Birth
  • Breastfeeding Positions for the Early Days
  • Hunger Cues & Feeding Patterns
  • Stages of Lactogenesis
  • Common Breastfeeding Challenges
  • When Tools or Supplementation Becomes Necessary
  • The Fundamentals of Formula Feeding
  • Pumping & Returning to Work
  • Where to Find Feeding Support
  • And more!

This 50-page Infant Feeding Class curriculum can be taught as is, or rearranged to meet the unique needs of your learners. Educators may elect to teach this course in its entirety, or break it into shorter sections.

The purchaser agrees and understands that the curriculum purchased is the copyrighted property of ProDoula. The purchaser is buying a license to use the curriculum and shall not share or sell it to any other entities, partnerships, or corporations without the consent of ProDoula.

Purchase includes one download per customer. The download link will appear in your emailed receipt.

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