Don't overthink this - what comes to mind first when you hear this question?
Did you know: you don't have to be a practicing midwife to open a Community Birth School! Anyone who is committed to creating a community of knowledgeable, supportive birthworkers can open one.
If you are meeting in person make sure you will have sufficient space to meet with tables/chairs/library space. If you are meeting via video you should set up a space with good lighting where you can consistently do your video meetings.
This could be by video or physically in-person--the connection is important