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This course considers the wants and needs of today’s funeral consumer, relating them to the history of the funeral industry, the recent trends influencing it, and its potential futures.
This course presents an overview of the communicable diseases most likely to impact funeral professionals, and discusses ways in which they can protect themselves.
Complying with the FTC Funeral Rule
This course grounds funeral professionals in the history of cremation, before turning to today’s options in terms of the cremation process, what to do with the cremated remains, and memorial ceremonies. It closes with a look at emissions control.
This course examines complicated scenarios that may be encountered by embalmers, including autopsies and organ/tissue donors.
This course provides a review of standard embalming terminology and procedures, followed by an examination of more complicated scenarios, including purge, obesity/emaciation, diabetes, jaundice, and gangrene.
Funeral Home Safety Overview
This course provides an overview of the intricate topic of funeral pre-planning, incorporating the perspectives of both consumers and funeral professionals.
This course first addresses ethical concepts and philosophies in general, and then considers ethics in the funeral profession.
Grief and Cultural Competence: Hispanic Traditions
Grief and Cultural Competence: Jewish Traditions
Grief and Cultural Competence: The African American Diaspora
This course walks the funeral professional through the complicated process of recognizing and understanding grief.
OSHA Compliance Guidance for Funeral Homes
The “OSHA Compliance Guidance for Funeral Homes” series reviews the latest OSHA requirements for the profession. Part 1 covers the Formaldehyde Standard and ventilation.