Do you spend time around pregnant and birthing people?

Yes? Then, you're in the right place!

NOW is the time to sharpen your emergency skills!

Practice for the rare, so you're prepared, when it counts most!

Take the First Step Towards Better Outcomes :

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MEAC Available

This online course alone, does NOT meet the
requirements for the NRP card, and it is required to attend Karen Strange's Live Skill-Testing sessions.
In order to get the NRP card you must sign up for a Live Skills Session within 90 days of taking the NRP online learning assessment.
The online Teachable course is Non-refundable
(It is Required before attending Live, Skill-Testing sessions)

Need your NRP card?

(all these steps are required)

1. Choose Essentials or Advanced. How do I choose? Read more

2. Register and pay for Karen’s video course here on Teachable (Required before attending skill testing). Non-refundable.

3. Register and pay for Live, Skill-Testing (See individual locations for price)

4. Complete your NRP requirements -- you’ll receive email instructions, once your class is guaranteed. This includes: 8th Edition NRP textbook & NRP exam 

5. PRACTICE your skills! Practice at home before attending live skills.

6. Attend the Live, Skill-Testing Session. You’ll receive details by email to download your provider card within one week of class completion.

Hi, I’m Karen Strange

AAP/NRP Instructor, CPM

My life's work is to teach birth professionals how to resuscitate newborns, in the LEAST traumatic way.

With over 29 years of experience as an AAP/NRP Instructor and Midwife, I've taught over 10,000 people, globally, helping birth professionals gain confidence and know exactly how to respond in an emergency.

My speciality is birth debriefs. Midwives and nurses call and share their resuscitation experiences. Their good and bad outcomes. Talking helps “make sense” of what happened and what they can do better, or differently. From these 900+ hours of debriefs, I know what midwives typically do well during resuscitation and I teach what commonly gets missed.