Become a Birth Assistant
Are you ready to commit to being a safe, smart, marketable member of the birth team and take your knowledge and skills for assisting community birth to the next level? The Professional Birth Assistant Program is here to get you there.
Below you will find the five payment options we offer for those of you ready to join our students, and staff, in bringing birth back into the community.
“This course was extremely informative for newborn care. I learned so much about what is considered normal for a newborn right after birth and what signs you should be watching for and anticipating.“
60 + Hours of Learning
Packed with video, printable PDFs, and resources that make sure you are the most highly trained Pro BA on the market.
Video Skills Training
Midwives show you how to administer IVs, resolve shoulder dystocia, assess fetal heart tones in all labor stages, and more.
We Pay You
All Students become Affiliates of PBI and will receive their own custom link to make a commission on every program sale that they promote while being a Pro BA!
Begin and End At Your Own Pace this Year
The Professional Birth Assistant Program is fully online and available to start the moment you purchase. Finish at your leisure, this course is meant to meet you right where you are in your busy, beautiful life and every student has 365 days of access to the program.
You will be supported through the entire process of becoming a Professional Birth Assistant by students and midwives worldwide via monthly zooms and online group discussion.
What’s the Investment?
We offer 5 different payment options to help you further your career development.
- One Time – Paid In Full – $3300
- 5 payments of $800
- 4 payments of $1,000
- 3 payments of $1,200
- 2 payments of $1,800
What is a Professional Birth Assistant?
A Professional Birth Assitant (a Pro-BA) is a trained birth professional who assist all types of midwives with various tasks to provide the best, safest possible care to their clients. The majority of birth assistants work with midwives who provide care for out-of-hospital birth (freestanding birth center and homebirths). The Professional Birth Assistant is a competent member of the birth team and excels at assisting nurse, traditional, and licensed midwives in the routine and complication care management for best client and provider outcomes.
A common confusion is the difference between a midwife, birth asssitant, and doula. To help you better understand the differences between these roles, we broke down their responsibilities:
Don’t miss your chance to step into your new career armed with the knowledge and skills you need to be successful.