Birth Arts International offers Certified Doula, Postpartum Doula Certification, Childbirth Educator (CBE), Breastfeeding Educator Certification (BEC) and Midwife’s Assistant certification, Business of Birth and Prosperity course, Aromatherapy and other advanced trainings via workshop, distance learning and online eLearning. We are honored that you are taking the time to learn more about the dynamic educational paths available to students. Our students work as valued professionals in the communities they live in. You can find our trained professionals in over 123 countries. In our upper navigation, you can see all of our educational options.
Become a professional Birth Arts International Certified Doula.
Birth Arts International offers an exemplary Postpartum Doula education and certification program. Our students excel in supporting the specific needs of the postpartum family. Postpartum Doulas are an important part of mother's care, for her health and well-being. When you become a Postpartum Doula you are supporting your community and making positive strides in maternal satisfaction and infant health and well-being.
When you enroll you are embarking on a dynamic and rewarding career that allows you to be flexible
and work around your family. Students can begin their path to becoming a certified postpartum doula.
At BAI, we allow our Childbirth Educators to explore and discover the specific needs of their community.
Our providers work in a variety of settings to include independent practices, birth centers and hospitals. Your educational process will allow you to plan and design a progressive childbirth education program to women in your community.
Students complete a rigorous didactic and exploratory education process. This is because it is important to serve your communities in a way that is supportive and works to improve birth satisfaction for all mothers. Childbirth education can change birth in your community.
Become a Midwife’s Assistant. This program equips students with the education and skills to support midwives in their community.
The program is a blend of academic work, skills training and birth attendance. This program is based on the first level of NARM skills.
This program is focused on supporting students who want to eventually become a midwife (CPM), or one who desires to work as a midwife’s assistant at a professional level. Students have gone on to work for homebirth midwives and birth centers.