In this section
How can I make the funeral ceremony even more meaningful?
Can I add religious content into a Celebrant-led funeral service?
How do I become a funeral celebrant?
A career as a funeral celebrant is a rewarding, meaningful career choice: it is your opportunity to help support and guide people through some of the most difficult challenges in life.
There are many training organisations around the world offering qualifications: however, it’s important to know that there are certain characteristics that are better suited to a successful career as a celebrant.
What makes a good funeral celebrant?
Above all, you must be prepared to work closely with families, carefully following instructions while contributing your own ideas on how to best celebrate the life of their loved one. You should be confident and possess a strong communication style, as well as be a good listener, writer and performer.
If you can tick those boxes, then becoming a funeral celebrant could be a wonderful road for you.
Get in touch with us using our contact form for a full list of training organisations.