New Online SUPER CONFERENCE: Diversity and Inclusion for Funeral Professionals
Last year we held the first National UK Funeral Celebrancy Conference for Continuing Professional Development. It was a 5-star success and we were excited about this year’s 2020 ‘Focused On Funerals’ conference. However, the pandemic means that it is not possible to hold a traditional conference this year.
So we have been busy planning an alternative, online approach and have come up with something bigger and better; the SUPER CONFERENCE 2020. Our original focus on Diversity, Inclusivity and Equity is as pertinent as ever and, therefore, we’re offering a more in-depth series of seminars, that cover the original topics you were expecting and more.
Here’s Emma to tell you more.
This Ceremony Matters online SUPER CONFERENCE is open to all funeral professionals who are dedicated to raising the bar and offering the best service possible to their clients and families.
As always with a Ceremony Matters programme, there will be an emphasis on the value of the ceremony and the service to our clients and families, as well as on collegiality, good networking and sharing resources and support, benefiting each of us individually, and the profession as a whole.
There will be more news, information and updates over the next few days as we adapt to the new online platform. Meanwhile, if you would like to take advantage of the Early Bird offer, please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma Curtis is an award-winning secular minister, opera singer and grief and resilience counsellor, based in Surrey with a therapy practice in London’s West End. She is the founder of Ceremony Matters, offering advanced trainings, support and mentoring to funeral celebrants. Learn more about Emma here
Ceremony Matters offers advanced trainings, continuing professional development, support and mentoring to funeral celebrants across the UK. Celebrant Support is a professional support service in person, online or over the phone.
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We Have Adopted The Accord. Emma is proud to have been a part of the development of the Funeral Celebrant Accord as a representative on the Funeral Celebrancy Council. She is the council’s representative of Independent Celebrants.