Any midwives out there who did the online program from Frontier School of Midwifery? Have you found it more difficult to get a job after doing an online program? Was it difficult to find a preceptor in your area? Any other words of wisdom for me?
Dec 15, '10
The only thing 'online' about it are the didactic classes. You still have to precept with real people over a 6-12 month period where you get real world experience. Frontier is a very highly respected program. If you live in a small community, you may have to travel or relocate temporarily to find a preceptor, but if you live near a large community, you shouldn't have any difficulty.