On-Line Registration

Earth Traditions Nevada Death Midwife Certification        

November 13, 14, 15, 2020

(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.)

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Date of Birth
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Nevada: 11/20


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Registration is non-refundable. Class credit is extended to one calendar year.

The Schedule is:  

  • Friday: 9am-8pm

  • Saturday: 9am-7pm

  • Sunday: 9am-6pm

In order to receive the certification you must 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




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