Gloria's first class covered some "Common Obstetric Problems" and was free. She recorded the class for a special one time opportunity for prospective students to listen to, which you can access from here.
The classes are very reasonably priced at $7.99 (I'm not sure if that's Canadian or US) for each individual class or $110 for the full semester. Each class is held on Friday afternoon at 2pm for Australian's based on the East Coast. Gloria very thoughtfully included a link to a world time converter on her blog so that anyone around the world can double check what time the classes would be for them.
I thoroughly enjoyed yesterday's class. It's rather cool sitting "in class" with students from different places around the world. I enjoyed learning more about placenta, cord, uterus and the third stage of labour and came away from the computer with yet more respect and awe for the perfection that is women's reproductive power. I have such an urge to talk to everyone I meet about Wharton's Jelly!
Hope to "see" you in class next week when we dive right on in to the pelvis...
For more on Gloria
"Goats don't have midwives"
Bio at bottom of this page
*Featured image: The Midwife by Adrian Baker. Source here.