Development of Natural Family Planning
Benefits of Billings Ovulation Method™
Scientific Background and Validation of the Method
Anatomy and Physiology
Charting the Billings Ovulation Method™ – Normal Cycles
Correlation between the Science and the Woman’s Chart
The Key to Understanding the Pre-Ovulatory Phase: The Basic Infertile Pattern (BIP)
Cycle Variations: Delayed Ovulation
Different Types of Bleeding
Cycle Variations: Lactation and Pre-menopause
Starting to Teach the Billings Ovulation Method™ – Supervised Clinical Component
Using the Billings Ovulation Method™ Post Chemical Contraception
Sub-Fertility: Achieving a Pregnancy
Each Session is divided into 2 Sections:
Section 1 includes reading material for the topics included in the Session.
Section 2 includes charting exercises and worksheets.
Material in Section 2 is to be returned to Correspondence Course Tutor for assessment. Sessions 1 & 2 will be forwarded together as will Sessions 6 & 7. Satisfactory completion of each session is required before proceeding to next Session.
Session 6 details requirements for the clinical supervisory component for accreditation as a Teacher of the Billings Ovulation Method™. If the student intends to become an Accredited Teacher of the Billings Ovulation Method™, a Supervisory Tutor will be allocated to provide continued support and direction. Following completion of Session 10, further clinical experience and presentation of a Case Study is required before accreditation.