Ohio Funeral Continuing Education

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6 Mandatory Hours
12 Elective Hours
18 Total Hours

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Professional Ethics
2 Hrs
Professional ethics is a vast field of study, with categories and subcategories relating to every conceivable topic and issue.  Many medical and health-related disciplines establish their own ethical codes and standards of conduct, which encapsulate the compiled wisdom of countless individuals and years of professional experience.  Their study offers practitioners the opportunity to learn from their predecessors’ mistakes instead of their own. 
2 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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The Revised State of Ohio Funeral Laws and Rules
2 Hrs
This two hour course contains basic information on revised codes of law and administrative rules for funeral professionals involved in the practice of funeral direction, embalming and cremation. 
2 Hrs
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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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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. 
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Infectious Disease Control for Funeral Directors and Embalmers
4 Hrs
Funeral professionals need to have knowledge of different types of infectious disease, modes of transmission, and also for maintaining a safe environment for personnel, the public and the environment.
4 Hrs
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It's Not Your Father's Funeral Home
3 Hrs
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.
3 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