IBLCE Exam

Prepare for the IBLCE Exam

Practice your exam technique and identify your weaknesses with online questions and tutor support.

LEAARC courses IBCLC

Want to become an IBCLC?

Our highly acclaimed LEAARC-approved BreastEd Course prepares you to become a Lactation Consultant.

CERPs & Continuing Education

CERPs & Continuing Education

Our courses & lectures are perfect for gaining CERPs and keeping up to date with the latest research & practices.

Welcome to Health e-Learning

We are passionate about supporting those who care for mothers and babies.

Need CERPs? Sitting the IBLCE Exam? Our courses will meet your study needs. Start straight away and study when it's convenient to you 24/7/365 with certificates issued immediately upon successful completion of each course.

  • Quality education for IBLCE lactation exam candidates
  • CERPs for lactation consultant recertification
  • Cost effective lactation education for hospitals

LP16: IBLCE Lactation Exam Practice!

Hurry, enrollments closing soon! Access LP16 Lactation Practice Exam until October 5th!

Practice exam-taking skills on our test exams until you feel confident. You'll learn techniques that will help you see EXACTLY what the question is asking, preventing you losing marks on topics you know.

Our Practice Exams offer ongoing support from experienced IBCLCs and educators. Just like in a class, you can interact with colleagues - you won't get that with a textbook or study guide! But with Lactation Exam Practice, you'll also have the flexibility and convenience of it all being online and available 24/7 AND you'll retain access to this fantastic resource right up until the exam!

 

 

Breastfeeding Culture

Listen to health professionals from all around the World present breastfeeding in their culture. FREE lectures.

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Congratulations to this year's Trudi Szallasi Scholarship Recipient, Fionnuala Cooney.

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Giving birth and breastfeeding are physiologically normal human behaviours. Once baby is born and placed skin to skin on its mother’s chest, it will instinctively start to search for the breast and latch on. Sadly that is not how most births go. Many interventions during labour and birth impact both the mother and the infant. Mothers are often discharged home from hospitals with breastfeeding in the process of still being established. Those who are having difficulties with breastfeeding are more likely to stop breastfeeding and not reach their own goals.

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Free Lectures

Free Lectures

View the list of all the great topics presented by international speakers and available to you at no cost.

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Step2 Education

Online lactation education program for Hospitals and Health Groups requiring staff education.

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