February 10-12 The Science of Lactation and Infant Feeding
February 17-19 The Art of Lactation Support
CLAP Lactation Training / Exam Review Course Online Live Format in English, global access
-25 hours of lactation specific education in each course (50 in both courses)
-Practice Exam on last day of final course
-Hands-on activities and skills practice on Zoom
-Warm, caring learning environment
-Thorough exam review for those preparing for IBLCE exam
-CERPS have been requested for both trainings
- $350 a la carte cost for each class separately
- $575 USD early bird registration for both classes before 02/01/2021
- $675 USD standard registration for both classes 02/01-02/08/2021.
- Registration closes 02/08/2021 at midnight
- Breastfed and chestfed babes in arms warmly welcomed.
- Days run 8:00-5:00
-Participants will need devoted time to listen and engage in this interactive online real-time course. Some work can be done "on your own time", and will be included in the practice test at the end of the course. Child care / help is strongly recommended during course hours to allow for integration of material.
-Technology Requirements: a high-speed internet connection, webcam or phone cam, and microphone (integrated in phone is fine). File formats are all accessible with free Google Drive apps.
-A large file ~10GB will be downloaded with course resources. You will need space on a cloud or hard or flash drive to save these materials. All course materials are proprietary and normal copyright laws apply.
The Community Lactation Access Project (CLAP) recognizes the existing institutional and racial barriers to access lactation education and training in the United States. We also recognize the predominant white culture which presently exists in lactation education and training spaces. The lack of access to lactation professionals in minority communities has contributed to lower rates of breastfeeding initiation and duration. We believe lactation support and education is vital, and is best received when people share culture and community.
CLAP is offering both full and partial scholarships to people who self-identify as; People of Color (POC), Indigenous, Latinx, and LBGTQ+. Contact us at with questions and for a link to the scholarship application (verbal applications also are accepted, email or call to arrange).
As of 08/05/2020, scholarship positions in the September/October 2020 training are available.