On-Line Registration- April 3, 4, 5, 2020

Earth Traditions Massachusetts Death Midwife Certification                  

Registration is non-refundable

(Think of it like a concert ticket. However, class credit is transferrable, and can be extended for one year, upon request, and is valid in any location.)

Legal Name *
Legal Name
How do you want it to appear on your certification which is a legal document?
Date of Birth
Date of Birth
Address
Address
Phone *
Phone
MASS: 04/20

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Please Be Sure You Have Clicked the Submit Button for the Form Above Before Proceeding to Payment Options

The Schedule is:  

  • Friday: 9am-8pm

  • Saturday: 9am-7pm

  • Sunday: 9am-6pm

In order to receive the certification you must participate in all classroom discussions and activities, and be present, and on time for the duration of the class each day.

Service Dogs must comply with ADA Title 2 & 3 regulations. If you have a Service Dog, please advise us in advance. Info@DeathMidwife.org

Payments

About Certification: There is currently no nationally recognized Death Midwife Certification however; we are exploring, and working toward partnering with a qualified sponsoring organization that can host a national standardized training parameter under which the Earth Traditions program will comply.

"One of the most common types of certification in modern society is a professional certification, where a person is certified as being able to competently complete a job or task, usually by the passing of an examination and/or the completion of a program of study. Some professional certifications also require that one obtain work experience in a related field before the certification can be awarded. Some professional certifications are valid for a lifetime upon completing all certification requirements. Others expire after a certain period of time and have to be maintained with further education and/or testing. Certifications can differ within a profession by the level or specific area of expertise to which they refer. Certification does not designate that a person has sufficient knowledge in a subject area, only that they passed the test. Certification does not refer to the state of legally being able to practice or work in a profession. That is licensure." http://www.credentialingexcellence.org