10-Hour Georgia Funeral Professionals Package

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Aftercare - Extending a Helping Hand All Year Round
Funeral homes offer different aftercare services, these services are to help with the process of grief. These services are based on the customers and community and what is best for the families needing your guidance.
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Cremation: The Facts
As the popularity of cremation increases as a disposition choice, funeral professionals are discovering that more individuals are researching online sources to find out what laws for cremation exist in their states and local areas. There are licensing and operating requirements for crematories, as well as for funeral homes that work in conjunction with crematories.
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It's Not Your Father's Funeral Home
Businesses need to stay current with the ever changing technology and social aspects that are replacing the traditional services. Making sure to keep up with the evolving funeral business that is clearly "not your father's funeral home" anymore.
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Modern Restorative Arts and Embalming Techniques
Restorative art has been unchanged for more than 100 years, but there are now new trends in the industry. The OSHA standards along with new and changing embalming and restorative practices will be explored in this course.
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OSHA and CDC Compliance for the Funeral Profession
There are many health hazards working with or near human remains. By using common sense, OSHA's bloodborne pathogen standards and universal precautions these risks can be greatly reduced.