An online childbirth education course offered by a chainsaw childbirth educator could be a good place to start for parents of newborns, Axios has learned.
The online course, called “Online childbirth education for parents” offered by Cammisa, is offered by the online education provider, Career Learning, in partnership with CareerBuilder.
The company, which also owns the popular online childbirth site PregnancyGuru, has been selling the class since February.
The company, with more than 10,000 instructors, is offering a variety of classes for both women and men.
They include childbirth, childbirth positions, online birth education and online classes for moms.
“This course is perfect for moms who have never taught a class and would like to learn from an experienced instructor,” the company says on its website.
The course is offered in two versions: the one-on-one version, in which a teacher guides the mother through the process of getting a newborn to her uterus and delivering him.
The other version, the online one-to-one class, involves the mother and her partner teaching the teacher.
The training has not been fully featured on the CareerBuilder website, but the company is working on it.
The content of the online classes is offered under the brand name Cammissa.
Cammisha says that the company “is passionate about providing quality, hands-on, online training to our customers that are committed to making childbirth accessible to all women and couples,” according to a statement.
“The class is an amazing way to start your online education journey,” the statement continues.
“This class is ideal for moms looking to take their first steps into a safe and healthy childbirth experience.”
While the class is offered for both men and women, the training has been designed specifically for women, with specific content that is focused on “the most common reasons moms give for not completing a vaginal birth.”
According to the company, this is because “women tend to be more experienced with pain management and childbirth than men, and are more likely to experience vaginal pain during labor, as well as have more questions and concerns than their male counterparts.”
The online classes are offered by CareerBuilder, which does not charge instructors for the class.
The course does not have an estimated cost, though it does include a $5 fee for a “digital certificate of completion” that includes the training materials.
Cammisa did not immediately respond to Axios’ request for comment.
The class’s creator, Cammista, says it “is focused on providing the highest quality childbirth education available anywhere,” adding that the course “provides an incredible opportunity to meet the moms that have already chosen to give birth safely and well.”
Cammissa’s website is available in more than 30 languages and offers classes for people of all ages.