How do you become a funeral director? Becoming a funeral director requires that you stand out amongst other candidates when applying for work in the sector, or perhaps you want to set up your own company. Having the right knowledge, experience, skills and attitudes is key to your success either way. The Green Fuse Funeral Director training, written and delivered by award winning funeral directors who have started their own successful businesses, gives you the opportunity to reach your goals.
We set up this training because there was no training like this when we set up 15 years ago – and we wish there had been. It gives you a grounding in funerals as they are now and how they are changing, all the information you need to advise families when arranging a funeral and how to help them to think about what would be exactly the right funeral for that person, how to manage the whole funeral process, looking after the body in the best possible way, and grief and bereavement for funeral practitioners.
If you want to become a funeral director, this course will give you a huge step up towards your new career.
“The funeral courses run by Green Fuse are full of practical guidance and information. They take away the mystique surrounding how funerals are created and carried out. Jane’s and Simon’s experience as funeral directors, arrangers and celebrants provides the required authority as well as imaginative ideas. Their teaching equips the student to support grieving families in the making of important choices they otherwise might not have known were even available. I believe it gives families the chance to be more effective, and to grieve and celebrate a life more proactively.” J Taylor
“The course was incredibly useful and very real. If you want to start a funeral business go and do this course with Green Fuse. When we filled in our first funeral form we remembered the game we played to know how to complete them. It was very good, what you taught.” Ash Rao. Moksh Funerals.
“The Funeral Arranger course met and exceeded my expectations. The tuition was friendly, informal and the safe environment provided best learning” Christine Cuzick Nov 2015