Funeral training from award-winning Funeral Directors*
Green Fuse is renowned for its modern approach to funerals and working with families. Award winning funeral directors, established trainers to the funeral sector since 2008 and authors of “We Need To Talk About The Funeral”.
We have a course to meet your needs:
- for established funeral practitioners to take a modern approach to funerals;
- as a professional pathway for entry into funeral work;
- to set up your own funeral company;
- for home funerals in a community;
- just if you are interested in funerals and early bereavement.
The funeral training courses we offer are:
Creative and empowering, based on the power of ritual, it gives you a wealth of knowledge, skills, resources and experience to be the best celebrant you can be (accredited Level 3 Diploma).
Our ‘Funeral Arranging’ and ‘Care & Management Of The Body’ course modules are a comprehensive foundation for the role of Funeral Director. This is then expanded upon in our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses. You can take one or more, spread them over time, and choose the order in which you do them.
An inspiring, ground-breaking and comprehensive training to be a modern funeral arranger responding to rapidly changing public demands.
Learn how to tend to a body on its journey from the time of death to burial or cremation, including remedial work, presentation for families and mortuary practice.
In order to maintain highly skilled, motivated staff, give the best possible experience to bereaved families and remain competitive.
This feedback from a family sums up what we aspire to in our funeral work.
“Green Fuse have just handled the arrangements for the funeral of our mother. They are very relaxed and unstuffy – ideal at a sensitive time. Their knowledge and suggestions gave confidence that nothing would be overlooked. They listened to and were open to our wishes – without any attempts to sell us anything we didn’t need or want. Throughout they were transparent and open with costs. We were delighted with the funeral and celebration of our mother’s life that resulted.” Matthew Cushen
*Joint ‘Good Funeral Guide’ Funeral Directors Of The Year 2012