TUITION AND FEES
AWWWMT Certificate Program
The cost to attend A Wombman's Way Warrior Midwife Training Certificate Program is listed below
Tuition and Fees
Annual Tuition for our Midwifery Certificate Program is $7500
All Program fees
All course recordings
See resource list for details
Transfer Student Tuition
Transfer student tuition will largely depend on phase of completion as well as documentation of completed courses
$100 fee to assess prior clinical experience
AWWWMT Financial Assistance
Students enrolling must pay full tuition prior to the start of program attendance
Financing options are available
Tuition Fundraising Tool-kits available
Payment of all tuition and fees must be completed prior to graduation from the program. All fees & deposits nonrefundable.
In addition to program fees, students should expect to incur related expenses. Additional expenses are not covered by AWWWMT and are not included in student tuition and fees. Standard and personalized payment plans do not cover the additional expenses below.
All students should expect to have a phone, a computer, access to the internet and an email address. Students are responsible for maintaining or replacing these items.
Application fee - $50
Textbook costs (approximately $500 to $1000, or more if a student is building a library for future client use) are not included in course work fees.
Training in Basic Life Support (required) costs between $50 and $100; Neonatal Resuscitation training (required) can be as much as $400.
Basic & Advanced Skills Training Required costs vary between $450-750. Student discounts available
Students applying to take the NARM exam will need a NARM certification application, which can be purchased in hard copy from the NARM website. For More information visit MEAC/NARM website.
Some states require apprentices or midwives in training to register with a licensing agency. Fees for this vary.
During apprenticeship, students must also expect to build their durable equipment supply for future midwifery practice. Stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, fetascope and basic delivery and suturing instruments cost approximately $150-500.
During apprenticeship, students will need 24/7 access to reliable transportation. Most students should expect to have their own car.
Professional periodicals cost varies annually.
Memberships to state professional associations and to (MANA) cost varies however, student rates may be available.
Upon completion of the program, application fees for state licensure, certification or registration vary in addition to their. renewal fees every two years or more and possibly continuing education requirements specific to each state.
Additional Costs for Preceptorship
Most preceptors realize adequate exchange with an apprentice via assistance with the practice. However, it is possible that a preceptor will charge a student additional fees. Students are responsible for this as a separate agreement with the preceptor.