Our online course offerings

We currently offer two unique online courses for caregivers and professionals.

Infant/Child CPR, Choking and Injury Prevention

Learn the essentials – online, from anywhere.

We now offer our popular 2-hour Infant/Child CPR, Choking and Injury Prevention workshop online via a video-based course, or a live webinar option. This course is perfect for parents and caregivers who want lifesaving knowledge but don’t require a first aid certificate. We’ll give you the confidence to manage emergencies for infants and children, and the know-how to prevent many of them from occurring in the first place.

NEW! Getting It Right from Day One

Car seat safety doesn’t have to be overwhelming.

“Getting It Right From Day One” is an online video-based course that covers the important things caregivers need to know to keep a baby safe in their car seat during their first year of life.

Becoming a parent for the first time is challenging and often confusing; with all sorts of contradictory information being given between the government, health care providers, friends and family. Though installing car seats shouldn’t be complicated, it can be an extremely daunting task for new parents, experienced parents and other caregivers. 

This course is designed to help you de-mystify installing your car seat, clarify best practices and get you to a place of confidence regarding your child’s safety in your vehicle.

Supporting Neonatal Resuscitation

“Supporting Neonatal Resuscitation” helps doulas understand procedures of neonatal resuscitation and the NICU so they can confidently support their clients through unforeseen or complex birth outcomes. 

This course operates from within the boundaries of a doula’s scope of practice to offer skills to understand the environment and empathize with their clients as well as care for themselves during and after critical incidents.

The course is led by Jill Colpitts, an experienced birth doula in the Vancouver, BC area. Michelle Peltier, a birth and postpartum doula and the Patient and Family Engagement Advisor for the Neonatal Program at BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre is also interviewed throughout the course. She is also a NICU parent of a baby born at 29 weeks. She offers insight into the experience of parents in the NICU and the challenges that they experience both at the hospital and the transition home.