Celebrant Training – Marriage – Funeral – Civil and Religious Celebrant Training
How to become a marriage celebrant?
All persons wishing to be registered as a Marriage Celebrant must achieve CHC41015 Certificate IV in Celebrancy before applying to the Attorney-General’s Department for registration as a Commonwealth Registered Marriage Celebrant. Before you enrol for this, or any other course in CHC41015 CIV in Celebrancy, please read the extensive information available on the Attorney-General’s website.
This qualification covers the broad based skills and knowledge that underpin a range of celebrancy roles, as well as addressing specific legislative responsibilities of marriage celebrants and providing a range of electives representing different aspects of celebrancy work. Celebrants may specialise in a range of areas of celebrancy as well as developing skills to manage their own business operations.