This section is not a substitute for Montana’s Level 1, 2 or 3 A or B Skills Verification. It is meant to be a fun way to review skills for apprentices and for those who might be interested in pursuing midwifery in the future. These lists for apprentices and preceptors are meant to be a springboard for further dialog and discussion between them. For MT apprentice level 1, 2 and 3, please refer to the apprentice section of this web site and click on
These examples are taken in part from Carolyn Steiger’s classic book, Becoming a Midwife, Edition 1987. Hoogan House Publishing Portland, Oregon.
ISBN – 0-9619239-0-3 She states in the inside cover: The information in this book is intended to encourage students to make their own choices and decisions. The author and publisher do not advocate the use of any particular skill or birthing method. Each teacher and student should fully explore the advisability of everything described I this book, and consult with midwifery organizations, textbooks, and qualified health care providers. The author and publisher are not responsible for any negative effects resulting from the use of nay of the information, techniques, or procedures in this book, or in the recommended books on the reading lists. Please use this book only if you are willing to assume responsibility for the risks you may choose to take.