Becoming a celebrant is a challenging, but exceptionally
This training course is designed for anyone who is interested in understanding about the role of a celebrant, the process of the funeral service, and in helping people in a very difficult time of need to personalise and design a beautiful and fitting end of life ceremony for their loved one.
Certificate in Funeral Celebrancy
Space for this increasingly popular training is limited to 12 delegates per course,
early booking is recommended
ONLY £880 (£733.33 plus £146.67 VAT)
Next training courses for Funeral Celebrants
|Wed 13th – Fri 15th July 2016 Sorry, course now full||Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire||Lita Hallyburton|
|Wed 14th – Fri 16th September 2016 Sorry, course full||Worthing||Terri Shanks|
|Wednesday 5th – Friday 7th October 2016||Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire||Lita Hallyburton|
|Wednesday 16th – Friday 18th November 2016||Worthing||Terri Shanks|
- Helping families in Grief
- Family Meetings
- Service Planning
- Music/Poetry/Reading Resources
- Eulogy Writing
- Presentation Skills
- What to do on the day, and how to conduct a funeral
- The working of a crematorium
- How to market yourself to funeral directors and to the public.
- Course fee includes refreshment and buffet lunch.
The course fee does not include accommodation, but there are plenty of Hotels and Bed & Breakfasts close by.
Terri became a celebrant after training with Carol Poole who was then the UK President of the Australian based ‘International Federation of Celebrants’. Terri subsequently built up a very successful celebrancy business throughout both East and West Sussex, conducting Funerals, Weddings, Civil Partnership Blessings and Baby Naming Ceremonies.
Lita spent over 30 years working in the public and voluntary sectors; initially as a teacher; with a PGCE degree after achieving a BSc, and then as a safeguarding coordinator; with a CQSW degree, a Social Care Manager; with a Management Qualification, and during that time was a consultant and trainer; with a Training the Trainer Qualification.