This comprehensive course is designed to provide an in-depth and practical look at the processes required to be an effective and respected Professional Celebrant.
What you need:
You will learn how to conduct a Funeral Service be it religious, part religious, non-religious or secular and also whether the content is to include words or rituals from different religions be it:
and as you will be self employed the celebrant training course also includes a section on how to set up your own business as well as advertising and marketing your business as a Professional Funeral Celebrant.
Over time Celebrant Training Services has trained and certified many Celebrants and despite what others may say, you do not need an expensive qualification to become a Professional Funeral Celebrant – all that does is goes partway in trying to justify high course fees.
In England and Wales, there is no national standard or qualification that is legally required for you to become a Celebrant.
However, it is advisable to be able to produce some certification to show that you have attended a training course and that you have attained a high level of competency and knowledge, and to be able to conduct a service or ceremony.
At the satisfactory completion of the course, you will be presented with a Diploma in Funeral Celebrancy which confirms your training knowledge, proficiency and experience that has been gained on the course enabling you to commence working as a Professional Celebrant immediately.
All courses are run over 3 days and are not available as an on-line training course. Howard strongly believes that because of the special work that we do as Celebrants it is essential that the training is done face-to-face with interaction - not by looking at a screen or a book.
The fee for the 3 day Funeral Celebrant training course is set at an affordable price of £725 per delegate.
The 1to1 two-day course is £525.
Prices remain constant throughout the year for each course, a buffet lunch is included each day.
There are no hidden extras– so why pay more?