A suite of funeral celebrant resources (e-books) which offers you everything you need to know for planning and delivering an authentic funeral ceremony.
THE BASICS is a wealth of knowledge, compiled to assist any celebrant planning, creating and delivering a funeral ceremony.
From initial contact with the client to a cremation or graveside burial, it is a framework to assist you.
Using THE BASICS as a guide and reference, a celebrant can create and develop their own professional style.
CEREMONY WRITING takes you through the writing process and provides you with suggested copy on a range of difficult subjects. e.g. suicide, murder, car accident, death of babies, young children, and disasters. Regular ceremonies are easy to find in many books and websites, but this gives you specific sections that you can modify to suit those challenging funerals you may face.
FORMS AND SCRIPTS are templates that enable you to systematically capture everything you need for funeral planning including:
Family interview questionnaire
Working sheets for Funeral Arranging/Planning
Order of service
and many others
FACT SHEETS offers insight, wisdom and strategies that cover many topics associated with the funeral industry. They include DIY Funerals, Green Funerals, Managing emotions, Speaking at funerals, Problem solving, End of Life Doula, Shrouded Burials/Cremations, Funeral/Death Care Advocates, Cultural Considerations, Disability considerations etc.
A handbook for celebrants and grieving families written by John Terry Moore. This book has been targeted at practising funeral celebrants who are interested in improving their performance, marriage celebrants and others who are contemplating entry into the funeral industry, and also the general public.
This is a comprehensive resource for any person organising a naming day. Everything you need to know to create a beautiful unique ceremony for your little one.
This legal manual e-book written by Sally Cant - is a wonderful resource to have that explains The Act and The Regulations in plain English. It is the resource that will give you a greater understanding of your role in the legal context.