Course Overview

The demand for professionally trained birth doulas is increasing. Parents are recognizing the benefits of having an educated and supportive professional at their side during the childbirth process. Whether you have a passion for supporting families or wish to use this as a stepping stone to explore other perinatal professions, the Birth
Doula Studies Program is the perfect choice!
Online theory for 12 weeks is the starting foundation of the program and covers three course modules:
The Doula as a Holistic Birth Practitioner The Doula during Childbirth The Baby and the business and you Practicum components take place (up to six months and one year from the program start date) and are designed to supplement the knowledge gained from the online course modules. Practicum components also add experiential learning necessary for
starting a career as a Birth Doula. Minimum age of 18 years old is a requirement to do the practicum components.
Credential earned upon successful completion: College of the Rockies, Birth Doula Studeies Program - CE Certificate of Acheivement.
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Minimum age: 18 years old at the time when practical begins.

Cost Notes

Practical components require additional time beyond the online theory modules and can be arranged in the student's are of residence. For more details and program information, visit Birth Doula Studies or email

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Available Sessions

Kimberley Campus on Monday, February 1, 2021, Online


Monday, February 1, 2021 to Sunday, April 25, 2021


Carmen Schultz




Online Delivery is 12 weeks with regularly scheduled assignments and due dates. Two Practical components are due: #1 - within 6 months of the program start date and #2 within 1 year of the program start date.

Important Note: Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the Birth Attendance portion of the practicum is currently being replaced with alternative practicum projects, in order to comply with safe social distancing protocols. Registered participants will be notified with updates as they occur.

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