The Durham Infancy & Sleep Centre research team offer two new webinar packages, providing training on the topics of Normal Infant Sleep, and Infant Sleep Safety. The training is aimed at health-care professionals whose roles put them in contact with parents, families and parents-to-be, although it will also be of use and interest to peer supporters, volunteers, and independent practitioners such as doulas, independent midwives, and breastfeeding supporters.
We currently offer two packages:
- Normal Infant Sleep,
- SIDS and Sleep Safety,
These webinars self-directed and are hosted on our online learning platform, BasisLearn. They consist of pre-recorded video lectures, self-test quizzes, and a live online discussion. Each package begins with an introductory talk introducing the providers (DISC & BASIS) and the structure of the webcasts (20-30 mins), followed by 3 topical modules (approx. 1 hour each), self-test quizzes about each topic (10 min each) culminating with a 60-minute online discussion (6 hours in total).
Overview of package content:
|Normal Infant Sleep||SIDS and Sleep Safety|
|Introduction to DISC, BASIS and the BASIS webinars|
|1. Infant Sleep Ecology||1. Infant Sleep Ecology|
|2. Infant Sleep Development||2. Safe Sleep & SIDS Research|
|3. Supporting parents with infant sleep disruption||3. Communication with parents about Sleep Safety|
|Interactive webinar session with the BASIS team (scheduled, 60 mins)|
Individuals that wish to take part should sign up for a fixed-date interactive session via the Durham University booking site at least 4 weeks prior to the live session. Registered participants will be provided with access to BasisLearn for 4 week to work through at their own pace. At the end of 4 weeks, participants are expected to attend a live discussion session hosted by the BASIS team who will be available to answer questions, discuss any information not covered in the recorded lectures and you can share ideas for practice with other training participants. Upon completion of an entire package (webcasts and online discussion), access to the webcast material will end and a completion certificate will be provided.
Pricing for individuals:
£60 for one topic, £90 for two