Online Monthly Meet-Ups for Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educators
What is the Monthly Meet-Up?
The Monthly Meet-Up is a live, online gathering of Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educators. Free to members of Lamaze International, this casual online chat will last 45 – 60 minutes and will provide a chance for LCCE Educators to share their thoughts, ideas, questions, and concerns on specific topics. Monthly Meet-Ups are hosted by Lisa Baker, LCCE Educator Member At-Large for the Lamaze Education Council, and Lisa will present all relevant suggestions and questions to the Education Council. Monthly Meet-Ups are a great way to give your input on all things Lamaze and to gather helpful strategies and ideas from other LCCE Educators who share your passion.
When is the Next Monthly Meet-Up?
The Monthly Meet-Ups take place during the first full week of each month. A maximum of 20 members will be able to attend each session, so sign-up early!
March Meet-Up Events
Monday, March 3rd at 8:30 p.m. ET
Wednesday, March 5th at 11:00 a.m. ET
Register for the Next Monthly Meet-Up
Monthly Meet-Ups are currently only available to Lamaze International members.
If you are a member, click here to login and register for the Monthly Meet-Up.
How do I participate in the Monthly Meet-Up?
To join the live Meet-Up you will need: internet access and the ability to call from a cell phone or landline to join the conference call, as well as:
Even if you can’t attend the live Meet-Up, you can engage in the forum discussion and read notes and conversations from the meeting by visiting the Monthly Meet-Up Discussion Forum.
- An internet connection with one of the following browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, 10; Mozilla Firefox; Google Chrome; Apple Safari.
Be sure to watch Facebook and Twitter for reminders of upcoming Monthly Meet-Ups and set your calendar for the fourth Wednesday of every month.
What is the Lamaze Education Council?
The purpose of the Education Council is to ensure that all childbearing women have access to Lamaze education through developing, implementing, and evaluating:
- High quality evidenced-based training for childbirth educators;
- High quality evidenced-based continuing education for childbirth educators and other health care professionals;
- High quality evidence-based consumer education.
For more information on the Education Council please review this policy document.