3. Pre-course questionnaire Step 1 of 2 - Choose the courses you have booked on 0% In order to make the most of the training, we ask that everyone completes a pre-course questionnaire for the course(s) they book on. This is so that you think about them for yourself, as much as for our consideration. Your contact details and the courses you have bookedSorry we have to ask for these again - our website doesn't remember this from the application form you completed previouslyName* First Last Email* All the course(s) you have just booked on*The questions we'll ask in Step 2 are dependent upon the course(s) you've chosen. Funeral Celebrant Diploma (5 days) Funeral Director: Modern Funeral Arranging (3 days) Funeral Director: Care and Management of the Body (2 days) Funeral Director: Managing the Funeral Process (2 days) Funeral Director: Staying Ahead of Changing Trends in Funerals (1 day) Practical Grief and Bereavement (2 days) Funeral Director: Starting Your Own Funeral Business (2 days) Funeral Director: Funeral Conducting (1 day) If you have booked onto more than one course, some of the questions below may only be relevant to that course What draws you towards wanting to train with Green Fuse?Tell us a bit about your work experience and roles and relevant qualifications.What experience do you have of working and being with people at an emotionally distressing time, including the imminently and newly bereaved and the dying?Have you been involved in arranging or officiating at one or more funerals?Have you been recently bereaved? Please give brief details. To what extent do you feel ready now to work with other bereaved people?If you have been to any funerals that left you feeling dissatisfied, what do you think was wrong with them? And if you have been to any funerals you thought were excellent, what made them so?It is not the role of the funeral practitioner to promote a particular faith, religion or philosophy of life, so how comfortable would you feel accepting and working with people of different faiths, lifestyles or views?How confident do you feel about dealing with other professionals, e.g. crematoria staff, ministers, celebrants, doctors? To what extent would you describe yourself as assertive and able to be the advocate for the family?What are your plans once you have completed the course? e.g. gain promotion, take on broader funeral work, work for yourself or with a company or organisation? Do you see funeral work as becoming your sole source of income?How do you rate your: a. Writing Skills b. Listening skills c. Presentation skillsIs it your intention to become a professional funeral celebrant and to complete the course and all the assignments and activities so that you gain your Diploma?CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.