Funeral Director: Arkansas Funeral CE Requirements Package — 6 CE Hours
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This package contains 6 CE hours for Arkansas Funeral Professionals. Courses include:  Mass Fatalities and Funeral Service; Opioids: Contributing to Both Health and Death; and Serving Survivors of Suicide Loss

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  • Infectious Disease Control for Funeral Directors and Embalmers 4
    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.
  • Talking with Children About Death 2
    Death is one of life’s certainties and yet it is also its greatest uncertainty, and children, at a young age, become cognizant of mortality. Some children face significant losses such as the death of a parent or sibling that are dramatic and life-changing.  Children experience and work through the same broad range of emotions that an adult does. Conversely, children are still developing both emotionally and cognitively and therefore are unable to express grief in the same way an adult does. For this reason, coping skills are limited and the need for education and guidance is necessary to support a child in identifying and moving through their own complex feelings. 

Arkansas Funeral CE Requirements Package — 6 CE Hours

34.95
This package contains 6 CE hours for Arkansas Funeral Professionals. Courses include:  Mass Fatalities and Funeral Service; Opioids: Contributing to Both Health and Death; and Serving Survivors of Suicide Loss

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Infectious Disease Control for Funeral Directors and Embalmers 4
    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.
  • Talking with Children About Death 2
    Death is one of life’s certainties and yet it is also its greatest uncertainty, and children, at a young age, become cognizant of mortality. Some children face significant losses such as the death of a parent or sibling that are dramatic and life-changing.  Children experience and work through the same broad range of emotions that an adult does. Conversely, children are still developing both emotionally and cognitively and therefore are unable to express grief in the same way an adult does. For this reason, coping skills are limited and the need for education and guidance is necessary to support a child in identifying and moving through their own complex feelings.