Conference Sunday: Advanced Creative Ceremony Writing and Changing Trends for Funerals 2020
9.30am-4pm – buffet lunch included
Emma has become well respected for her really popular creative writing workshops. Spend more time developing your skills. We are going to be examining how to easily write flowing unique scripts and this year we’ll be concentrating on how we write totally individual and personalised ceremonies, especially:
so that your ceremonies can be meaningful and fitting top-to-tail, everytime.
A scrummy buffet lunch.
Explore new trends in funeral celebrancy
Officiating ceremonies at unusual and alternative venues. “How to work beyond the crematorium chapel”
Learn how to manage the practicalities of ceremonies where no funeral director is present
Plus a chance to talk about the new Funeral Celebrancy Council and the future of Funeral Celebrancy
Emma Curtis is an award-winning influencer in funeral celebrancy working to raise the standards of funeral celebrancy throughout the profession and working to gain recognition for the valuable work that celebrants do in the service of the bereaved. She was the Fellowship of Professional Celebrants Manager of CPD for two years, and a founder representative on the Funeral Celebrancy Council, and now offers this National Conference to Celebrants who wish to offer services that really make a lasting difference to their clients, and that build their reputation as excellent celebrants.
Winner of the National Celebrant Award for ‘Influencing the Wider Profession’ in Funeral Celebrancy, she is also the only non-religious minister to have been recognised in the ‘Minister of the Year’ category at the Good Funeral Awards, where she was awarded runner-up. Emma is also a certified Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist, Pastoral Counsellor, Grief Specialist and award-winning Opera Singer, bringing that wealth of experience not only to her clients, but to supporting celebrants through mentoring, supervision and further training. Emma is the founder of Celebrant Support www.celebrantsupport.com and CeremonyMatters, further trainings for Funeral Celebrants.