How Do I Become an Undertaker?

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To become an undertaker you have to have excellent communicator and a good listener, should be able to handle and communicate with people of different age groups and people having different social and cultural backgrounds, should be compassionate and should understand other people's feelings.
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1. First you will need to choose a college in your area. There are many colleges that offer Mortuary Science programs, and you should check their accreditation before applying. If
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You will have to do everything in the UK. That will include embalming, washing and all the other unpleasant jobs. UK.
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While you may have different requirements over there in the United Kingdom, here in the States, many community colleges offer two year degree programs in mortuary science. Once you
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Undertakers make funeral arrangements for burials and cremations. Thorough knowledge on all aspects of the service is required for one to become a funeral director. To gain the skills needed, You should study for qualifications offered by the National Association of Funeral Directors.
To become an undertaker you will need thorough knowledge of all aspects of the service. It can be useful to begin as a funeral service operative, so that you can: gain experience and on-the-job training in the day-to-day tasks involved in funeral arrangement. Possibly study for the National Association of Funeral Directors (NAFD) Foundation Certificate in Funeral Service.
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