Frequently Asked Questions

 

How do I get my CPR or NRP certification?

We will have several trainings at the school.  Look on our Facebook Events page for the latest:

www.Facebook.com/HeritageSchoolofMidwiferyFL/events

For NRP, we strongly recommend you attend one of our sponsored courses, because our instructor teaches midwifery-specific NRP, whereas most classes teach hospital NRP.

How do I get register for the CLEP exam?

visit: https://clep.collegeboard.org

Our school code is 6316

When are classes?

Classes will be held on Fridays and Saturdays each week.  Class times vary, but are usually between 9am and 6pm.  There will also be time spent at the clinical site, on a schedule each student negotiates with their Preceptor.  Students can expect to be at the clinical site 3-5 days per week.

Can I work while attending midwifery school?

Technically, yes, but it is exceptionally difficult.  Midwifery school is very challenging.  Although academic classes are only two days per week, students still need a fair amount of time for homework and studying. Students will likely have 1-3 days per week doing prenatal and postpartum visits, and may be on call for births 2-5 days per week.  Any job would need to be part-time and very flexible.

How will I find a Preceptor?

If you know a local midwife with whom you would like to precept, great! Ask them to contact us for a Preceptor application as soon as possible.  If you don’t have someone in mind, our Clinical Coordinator will help you find, interview, and negotiate with local Preceptors.

Is the campus safe?

As of February 8, 2020, Heritage School of Midwifery has never had any crime of any type on campus.  For a list of local sexual predators, visit: https://floridaoffenderalert.com
or call: 1-888-357-7332.

Have a question that wasn’t covered here? 

Great! Feel free to email us at info@heritageschoolofmidwifery.com.  We are always happy to answer your questions!