So, while I'm reading thru the oodles of info for Frontier I find that you must travel to and from Kentucky two times (once for Frontier Bound, once for Clinical Bound) which is clearly stated 27 million different places and I was totally fine with that.
During my readings I start looking at the class descriptions and I find this one class, the first CNM class you take called NM601 The Role of Midwifery and Birth Centers in America and I'm reading thru it with great intensity when I realize it actually states "while attending the AABC Birth Center workshop" and I start looking further into this and these workshops do not appear to be online and of course nowhere near me. So am I correct to assume that I will also travel to this as well and need to make appropriate arrangements?????
I'm totally clueless about this workshop because it's not actually stated as a required travel arrangement like your Frontier and Clinical Bound travels are stated.
Is this a special workshop for Frontier students or do you just go to the AABC website site and pick the one you want to attend? Do you still have to pay your tuition for your NM601 class PLUS the cost of the workshop? Does it fit into your class schedule and will you complete the workshop in time to finish the NM601 class? When I looked it didn't appear they had very many workshops per year which is why I asked.
Is there any other fine print I need to be aware of, another travel that isn't listed somewhere????
Thanks in advance for any help anyone can give me!!!!