This website is for students who are currently enrolled in the Association of Texas Midwives Midwifery Training Program. For information on enrolling in the school please visit the Education section of the Association of Texas Midwives website.
About the Program
The ATM Midwifery Training Program is a Department of State Health Services accredited midwifery education program that prepares students for licensure in Texas. Didactic requirements are met through a variety of methods, including internet learning, home study, and attendance at workshops. Clinical requirements are met through a mandatory apprenticeship of at least 24 months with an approved preceptor. Students who successfully complete the program and pass the state administered North American Registry of Midwives (NARM) exam will qualify for licensure in the State of Texas, and will be eligible to apply for the Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) credential. Completion time for the program is approximately 32 months to 3 years.
Students must have a user identification code and password to access areas of the ATMMTP Student Center. Information on obtaining an ID and password is included in initial enrollment materials. E-mail the Course Coordinator for assistance or additional information.
If you are interested in applying to become an ATMMTP preceptor please download an application and handbook here: