NHA Australia’s ‘Celebrancy Academy’ is the newest of NHAA’s academies, and has been specifically established to provide training and help meet the growing skill demand and regulation requirements within the Celebrancy industry.
This nationally recognised qualification Cert IV in Celebrancy CHC41015 has a strong focus on delivering a professional and comprehensive program that improves and maintains the current celebrant industry.
The course has been developed in conjunction with practicing Celebrants, to ensure students receive training in the mandatory prerequisites to apply for official registration as a Marriage Celebrant with the Attorney-General’s Department of Australia. The qualification trains in the broad based skills and knowledge that underpin a range of Celebrancy roles. This training includes the understanding of the specific legislative requirements and responsibilities of a marriage celebrants.
The course provides a range of specifically selected elective units which represent most common but diverse aspects of Celebrancy work. As qualified Celebrants participants may wish to specialise in a range of Celebrancy areas and may choose to further develop their skills to manage their own home based Celebrancy business.
On completion of the CHC41015 Cert IV in Celebrancy Students may wish to extend their training to Funeral Services or Celebrating Life’s Milestones
The Academy now also offers Certificate IV in Funeral Services SIF40113.
Graduate with a Certificate IV in Celebrancy CHC41015 (New)
Funeral Services extension module to the Certificate IV in Celebrancy CHC41015 qualification includes both in-class face to face and personal study, distance, delivery.
Celebrating Life’s Milestones extension module to the Certificate IV in Celebrancy
Graduate with a Certificate IV in Funeral Services SIF40013 (New)
NHA allows students undertaking Certificate IV in Celebrancy (RPL & Training Out Only - Superceded) CHC42608 to train out and complete their qualification. New students may now enrol in Certificate IV CHC41015