Before you begin, please review:
- Active member of the NBDA 1+ years with no lapse in membership
- Minimum of 5 years verifiable Doula business
- Adhering to the NBDA C.O.E. with no grievances filed
- Attend a Birth & Postpartum NBDA Doula Training, complimentary
- Completion of Instructor Application
- Completion of NBDA Certified Licensing Agreement
- Commitment to host a minimum of 4 trainings a year
- Full Payment of $1250 (Billed Annually)
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ABOUT THE APPLICATION
& CERTIFICATION PROCESS
Thank you for applying to become an NBDA Licensed Certified Doula Instructor. Please allow 10-15 business days for the processing your application. A deposit of $625 is due at the time of subission. Once approved, you will be sent a link to complete your instructor profile. Thereafter the balance of $625 will be due. Deadline Dec. 1st, 2021.
After completing your payment, you will receive full access to the Instructor’s Briefcase and Lounge.
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Requirements for NBDA Certified Instructor:
Complete both the NBDA Birth & Postpartum Doula Trainings led by CEO. Upon completion, you will receive your your NBDA Doula Certification, NBDA-CD.
Provide the Company proof of student’s status as an NBDA doula for no less than one (1) year; Active NBDA Membership, with no lapse or grievances filed.
Provide the Company proof of current professional liability insurance for your doula practice (“proof of Insurance”);
Sign the Certified Instructor Agreement before being able to use the Licensed Mark or Licensed Materials in any way.
- Pay NBDA licensing fee
Requirements to maintain certification as an NBDA Certified Instructor:
Submit proof of Insurance;
Pay an annual recertification fee to the Company;
Submit proof that all continuing education requirements have been satisfied;
Adhere to the Company’s guidelines on how to use and teach the NBDA curriculum, including, but not limited to, the Company’s guidelines on providing doula services.