Massachusetts Funeral Continuing Education

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Massachusetts Funeral Service Continuing Education packages

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OSHA and CDC Compliance for the Funeral Profession
1 Hrs
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.
1 Hrs
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Advanced Funeral Planning
4 Hrs
Challenges lie in the ability to remain professional at all times – it is crucial to retain a heightened sense of awareness in situations dealing with difficult people. This course provides the proper behavioral management skills that reduce the inherent defensive response when faced with a difficult individual or abuser. 
4 Hrs
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Coping with Difficult People and Situations
2 Hrs
Challenges lie in the ability to remain professional at all times – it is crucial to retain a heightened sense of awareness in situations dealing with difficult people. This course provides the proper behavioral management skills that reduce the inherent defensive response when faced with a difficult individual or abuser. 
2 Hrs
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Funeral Industry Trends: Moving Forward
3 Hrs
For those of us living as modern funeral directors and funeral establishment owners, it is critical to our success to stay ahead of the wave of trends and recognize that much of what was once considered “trendy” has become a mainstay in the business. This course will focus on industry changes and trends as result of rising demand of technology in funeral services.
3 Hrs
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Aftercare - Extending a Helping Hand All Year Round
1 Hrs
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.
1 Hrs
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Cremation: The Facts
2 Hrs

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. 

2 Hrs
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Effective Communication with Seniors
1 Hrs
Communication is an essential aspect of life; yet, it can be taken for granted. Its centrality to being in the world and in professional practice often becomes evident when a provider and older adults encounter communication difficulties. The factors that can affect providers’ communication with older adults relate to sociocultural considerations, the environment, as well as the interactions between these factors. When communicating with older adults, it is necessary to get to know the person as an individual. It is also important to ensure that the communication meets their needs and abilities. Effective communication is essential and requires competence and engagement.
1 Hrs
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Marketing Within Your Community
2 Hrs
The funeral profession is rapidly changing and needs to stay current with its marketing strategy. Listen to local needs and focus on growth in your community, you know what solutions would work best in your neighborhood.
2 Hrs
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Mass Fatalities and Funeral Service
2 Hrs
Funeral directors and embalmers often play an active role in the aftermath of mass fatality incidents (MFIs). This course will define MFIs and their classification levels, as well as the preparation, consideration, coordination, and communication required to best serve the victims and families affected. 
2 Hrs
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Professional Ethics
1 Hrs
Professional Ethics are defined, mandatory standards that are established for quality and integrity in the profession. Learn how to navigate unknown, and questionable ethical behavior and be able to resolve issues of potential conflict.
1 Hrs
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Training New Embalmers
2 Hrs
It is the responsibility and duty of funeral home owners, managers, and experienced professionals to properly train and equip those new to the industry in the most complete way possible. Additionally, it is the responsibility of these same professionals to properly equip and prepare those who are new to a firm. This proper training and preparation will provide immeasurable success to the new embalmer, the existing staff and management, and the families that will be served.
2 Hrs
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Order physical book by mail: 8 hour Funeral MA
8 Hrs

This item is charging for the cost of mailing the physical book. You are not buying the course package. With this purchase you will not receive ce credit. Once you have received the book, you will still need to complete the exam and pay the course fee. Please allow for 2-3 weeks for shipping.

8 Hrs

Massachusetts Funeral Professionals Package - 8 CE Hours