Funeral Celebrant training
Funeral Celebrancy – Accredited units of competencyA popular and highly recommended option for students studying CHC41015 CIV in Celebrancy is to select the Elective units of competency which also form the short course:
- CHCCCS017 Provide loss and grief support
- SIFXIND002 Work effectively in the funeral services industry
- CHCCEL008 Plan, present and evaluate funeral and memorial ceremonies
What you will learn
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- The candidate will be enrolled in the unit of competency for online study prior to the classroom.
- Learning material and assessment tasks form part of the unit curriculum and must be completed prior to the unit of competency being awarded.
- The candidate will attend the classroom where applicable and where practical elements of learning and assessment are deemed necessary for the unit in question.
- The fee paid for the course will be refunded in full providing written advice from the candidate is received by QualTrain Australia’s administration prior to the commencement of the candidate receiving access to QualTrain’s e-learning website to commence study.
- The fee paid for the course will be refunded in part providing written advice from the candidate is received by QualTrain Australia’s administration – the following scale applies:
- Within three to nine (3 – 9) days’ following the candidate’s access to QualTrain’s e-learning website where written advice of cancellation is received, a50% refund will apply.
- Where the candidate has had access to learning material on QualTrain’s e-learning website for more that twenty-two (22) days where written advice of cancellation is received, no refund will apply.
- NOTE: the candidate will be reminded that they have 12 months to complete the unit of competency online.
Classroom Dates in Western Australia
Please enrol at least five weeks prior to the classroom component of the course.
Next courses available
In-class Funeral Module: Wednesday 27 + Thursday 28 October 2021
Funeral Field Trip: Thursday 4 November
Learning and Assessment
Blended online and face-to-face learningStudy online via QualTrain’s e-learning website: Following payment of the deposit and enrolment, students are provided with login details to QualTrain’s e-learning website where they may commence study; here you will find structured lessons, instructional videos, interesting articles, prompts to develop research skills and valuable resources. The e-learning website has many useful resources that students have access to, these may be downloaded and saved for future use. Study in the classroom: one of the greatest benefits is the sharing of knowledge and experiences whilst learning new skills; learning techniques include role-play, small group work, solving problems, develop strategies to manage situations, Q&As with the trainer. Modes of assessment: tasks include knowledge tests, projects, assignments, reporting, performance and practical demonstration. Students are also provided with a hard copy Learner Manual – filled with ceremony ideas and templates – a rich resource. Assessment is taken in a variety of forms: questioning both direct and online, demonstration in the classroom and at a funeral home or simulated environment, written tests, peer assessment, personal review. Prior to commencement of the course, an assessment plan is developed for each candidate. One copy of this document is given to the student and one kept by QualTrain administration. The plan is updated regularly to confirm receipt of completed assessment tasks.
Prerequisites for training
- You should have at least basic knowledge and skills to operate a computer and be able to –
- download documents in Word and PDF
- complete documents online
- scan and email documents
- You should have an email address (not a work email) that you check regularly as much of the information you will receive will be sent electronically
- You should have a good command of language and be able to –
- write gramatically
- use effective language to communicate clearly
- use creative writing when composing a ceremony
- You should have good speaking skills and be able to deliver a speech using –
- precise, clear diction
- tonal variety
- and be able to –
- project and maintain voice volume
- control the rate of your speech – not too fast / not too slow
When Studied as Part of CIV in Celebrancy
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