Tag: become a funeral celebrant

life celebrations are about love
When someone we love dies, the love we feel for them is as real as it ever was. The feelings we had for them don’t go away. They might feel different for a while, perhaps even painful. But at the heart of our memories is love. I believe crafting someone’s service to mark the end of their life, is the greatest love story there is to tell.
life long learning

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Embracing lifelong learning in your mid-fifties is not just about acquiring knowledge. It's about transforming your life and unlocking new opportunities. Choosing a career as an Independent Celebrant, and engaging in the necessary training, offers a unique and fulfilling path forward. As you embark on this journey, remember that the pursuit of knowledge is a lifelong adventure. One that enriches not only your professional life but also your personal growth and well-being. Embrace the joy of learning. Let it be the catalyst for a meaningful and rewarding second act as a celebrant.
training in semi-retirement to be a celebrant

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In the twilight of your career, the prospect of training as a funeral or wedding celebrant presents an inspiring opportunity to infuse your life with purpose, connection, and continuous growth. As you navigate the path of semi-retirement, consider embracing this fulfilling role that allows you to make a positive impact on others while creating a legacy of compassion and understanding.
Celebrant training in Wales

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We've trained Independent Celebrants right across the UK. Having Wales as our base means we can offer world-class training at an exceptional price. We don't have massive overheads and we pass the savings on to our students. As a result our Funeral Celebrant Training and our Wedding Celebrant Training are at a highly competitive price. And of course, all our training is backed by our Money-Back-Guarantee.
direct cremation
Under British law, when someone dies, you are obliged to dispose of their body in an appropriate manner. You are not required to have a funeral or ceremony. The ceremonial part of the process is there to offer comfort and hope to the people left behind. They are for the benefit of the grieving, not the dead.
business training for Celebrants
Marketing is an essential element of establishing and growing any business. It’s challenging when You are the key product and therefore your marketing can feel like showing-off. Add to this, the fact you’re doing a job that involves talking about death, and many Funeral Celebrants decide that they’ll deal with their marketing another day! We’re […]
Beth Falconer Celebrant
This month’s interview with a one of our Graduates, is with Beth Falconer, who completed her training with us back in April this year. It was a great experience working with Beth and I’ve been looking forward to sharing her thoughts on the blog with you. Her focus on neurodiversity and inclusion were evident throughout […]
Em Melrose funeral celebrant

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I read the eulogy at Mum and Don’s service and it was a privilege. I knew this next chapter was an opportunity to bring what I have and continue to learn, to support others, but I wasn’t clear exactly how.  Then I was approached by the Funeral Director of Don’s service, a friend, to ask if I had considered becoming a Celebrant… and so the journey started to unfold.

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In our third interview with one of our Graduates, I am delighted to introduce you to Phillip Dackombe, The Welbeck Celebrant. Phillip completed his training both as a Funeral and also as a Wedding and Vow Renewal Celebrant. He was a complete joy to work with and brought a willingness to see others that was […]
well organised wedding celebrant
The Funeral Director and Celebrant or Minister will be your support team and expect you to ask them for help. They deal with the situation you are worrying about regularly. If they don't have the answer themselves, they will know who to ask. We tend to be 'brave' and 'cope' with more than we need to when we are dealing with grief.

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