Individual New Jersey Funeral Director courses
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Coping with Difficult People and Situations
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.
History of Embalming and Restorative Arts
To show you a glimpse into the history of embalming, the risks associated with formaldehyde and hidden dangers of arsenic embalming that was used in the 1800s.
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.
Marketing Within Your Community
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.
Religions in the United States – What Every Funeral Director Should Know
Funeral professionals today must not only be aware and comply with their state and local rules and regulations, but with the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Funeral Rule and Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) rules. These implied rules and regulations may directly affect the religious preferences and beliefs of some less common, yet growing, customs in the United States.