2022 Workshops: Turning the Tide for Birth and Breastfeeding

2022 Workshops: Turning the Tide for Birth and Breastfeeding

24 & 27 February 2022


The Warrnambool Breastfeeding Centre is proud to announce two optional workshops
Combine one or both of these workshops with our two day conference for a really rewarding experience – See our conference listing for conference details.

WORKSHOP 1: Do you want to be a Birth Cartographer? This intensive is for those who are looking to enhance and support the decision making process with their clients in birth and beyond. Participants will develop a team of support, role play the language of birth cartography and develop confidence in the practice of birth cartography. There will be opportunities for reflective discussion. 

WORKSHOP 2: ‘Trauma-informed practice’ has become a catchphrase if not clichéd concept in recent times. This workshop is an opportunity to delve deeper into understanding the neurophysiological basis of trauma, explore how your personal history and knowledge base have influenced your practice, and appreciate how you as a perinatal professional have significant power to minimize the potential for trauma among those in your care. The workshop will entail a combination of cognitive learning, reflective processes and embodiment practices. 
Participants will ideally have attended during the conference presentation of A Neurophysiological Approach to Trauma Minimization In The Perinatal Continuum as a springboard to this workshop.

All funds raised go to support the work of the Warrnambool Breastfeeding Centre
 

New! Free workshop Presented by our Gold Sponsor: QIARA  BOOK NOW

 
What is the Warrnambool Breastfeeding Centre?

The Warrnambool Breastfeeding Centre is a hub of information and support for parents in Warrnambool and the surrounding areas. It is a place parents can come to relax and connect with other parents in an informal setting. Importantly, parents can access the breastfeeding information and support they need, when they need it, through professional lactation support and practical support such as breast pump hire and information on lactation aids.

Social program
Join us for a casual dinner at The Whaler’s Hotel – just across from the conference venue.
Buy your own meals and drinks at usual prices. To ensure you place please book a table when registering there is no charge for booking. The Whalers Hotel ,Cnr Liebig and Timor St Warrnambool.

Sponsorship Opportunity: The Warrnambool Breastfeeding Centre invites you to sponsor, exhibit, or advertise at our 2022 conference. This conference has attracted a stellar line-up of National and International speakers.
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Getting there
Getting to and from Warrnambool is easy! The Melbourne-Warrnambool (via Geelong) train timetable can be found at: (https://www.vline.com.au/getattachment/893a7e9c-8371-47f8-b1eb-d7d15424c87b/Warrnambool-Melbourne-(via-Geelong). Of course you could also hire a car and follow the Princes Highway to Warrnambool (Just over a 3hr journey from Tullamarine, and 2.5hr from Avalon), or if you’ve got the time, why not enjoy the Great Ocean Road... Happy travels!

Accommodation
Warrnambool has a great range of reasonably priced accommodation. For more information please check out sites such as www.airbnb.com.au and www.stayz.com.au. For help with accommodation that will fit your budget and requirements please ring the Warrnambool Visitor Information Centre on freecall 1800 637 725 or (03) 5559 4620.

Please check carefully the cancellation policy of your accommodation in case of cancellation of the Warrnambool Conference due to COVID restrictions.

ACM Endorsed Program

Accreditation

ACM Endorsed program: 6 CPDs.

CERPs Approval CL2021-1AU: Total hours 10
Total CERPS allocated: 10R CERPs

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