BECOME A MARRIAGE CELEBRANT
Certificate IV in Celebrancy CHC41015
If you’re looking for an emotionally fulfilling career, what better choice is there than a marriage celebrant? The first step is to enrol in our marriage celebrant course.
As a marriage celebrant you help couples plan and celebrate what is the most important day of their life together. After guiding them through the necessary legal steps of marriage you help celebrate their commitment to each other.
Over recent years, the demand for civil celebrants in Australia has grown with a recognisable shift from traditional church ceremonies to the more personal and flexible option of civil ceremonies.
With a growing demand for capable qualified people who enjoy helping others celebrate a very special occasion, all you need is the right marriage celebrant course to get you qualified – that’s where we can help.
Our marriage celebrant course teachers have over 30 combined real life years experience in teaching this course- so you can be assured that you will be in good hands form day one.. We will take care of your course requirements from the moment you enrol, all the way through to the completion of your assessments and application to the Attorney Generals Office for your celebrant’s licence.
Our experienced team guide you through every aspect of the different types of ceremonies. Wed ensure that you have the skills and knowledge to perform all marriage ceremonies with confidence and surety.
We work with industry leaders and bodies to continue to develop and refine our course. We ensure that our Celebrants are given the best information, training and skills to become the best celebrants they can.
If you love a good party, and the thought of love, relationships and adding some extra cash to your bank count excites you, why not become a Marriage Celebrant !
COURSE UNITS INFO
Refer to http://training.gov.au/Training/Details/CHC41015
• CHCCEL001 Develop sustainable celebrancy practice
• CHCCEL002 Establish client celebrancy needs
• CHCCEL003 Research, design and organise ceremonies
• CHCCEL004 Prepare for, present and evaluate ceremonies
• CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people
• CHCLEG001 Work legally and ethically