Registration is complete when you finish both steps 1 & 2
How to Become an IBCLC Webinar
Are you considering becoming an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant? Join us for a 1.5 hour presentation and a dedicated Q & A with current IBCLCs following the webinar.
Registration closes one day prior to webinar. The login information will be sent to the email address you list below.
The webinar is NOT recorded. Please make sure you are available at the time and date of the webinar. No refunds will be issued.
You must register and pay at the same time to be included in the webinar. COMPLETE STEPS 1 & 2
STEP 1 Register
Registration is not complete until payment is received.
Payment is final, no refunds. The room will open 10 minutes prior to start time and will close 10 minutes after we have begun. Late attendees will not be admitted into the webinar after the 10 minute grace period.
STEP 2 Pay
Step 3 check email
You will receive the ZOOM invite a day prior to the presentation. The link will be sent to the email address listed on the above contact form. Please check your spam folder if you do not see the invitation in your mailbox.
Every attempt has been made to share accurate, up-to-date information as outlined by IBLCE, but the final authority is IBLCE and it is your responsibility to consult with and verify information with the current Candidate Information Guide and the IBLCE Website. Iblce.org
The How to Become an IBCLC Webinar provides a clear understanding of the IBCLC process. Topics include:
About The Facilitator
Christy Jo is an international speaker, published author and faculty for the Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association. She maintains membership in professional organizations and attends conferences to stay up-to-date on all things lactation.
Christy Jo has experience in private practice, public health and hospital settings. She developed and teaches a highly successful IBCLC Prep Course that has been attended by over 400 students. She continues to mentor aspiring Lactation Consultants and helps them turn their passion into a profession.
Join her now and start your incredibly rewarding journey to becoming an IBCLC!
Download the Slide links or access them below
Download the IBLCE’s Candidate Information Guide from
Statistics for IBCLCs
List of recognized Health Professions
What is the CLEP Program?
Health Science education guide
Remaining 6 Courses
Additional suggestions from the Galactablog post
Pathway 1 Recognized Breastfeeding Support Counsellor Organizations
Pathway 2 Accredited Lactation Academic Programs
Pathway 3 Guidelines
Code of Professional Conduct