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www.nfda.org/careers/licensing-requirements

Licensing Boards & Requirements. Licensing requirements vary by state and can also be different for embalmers and funeral directors. We've compiled information by state to help you get started.

www.morticianschool.net/embalmer/become

All states require that embalmers serve as apprentices under the direction of a licensed funeral director or embalmer. Apprenticeship requirements vary from state to state, and some allow students to complete the apprenticeship while attending a degree program. Typically, apprentice embalmers must complete the  ...

www.morticianschool.net/embalmer

To become an embalmer, one must attain very specific qualifications and land a position with a licensed funeral home, laboratory, or research facility. ... In addition, embalmers must work very closely with funeral directors to meet the families' wishes, clean and maintain the mortuary, and comply with all state and federal ...

www.dol.wa.gov/forms/653002.pdf

Requirements. To qualify for a license as a funeral director or embalmer, you must: • Be at least 18 years old. • Meet at least one of the following requirements: • Have an Associate of Arts degree in Mortuary Science. • Meet the alternative education requirements below. • Have at least 5 years of active licensed experience in ...

www.calebwilde.com/2013/09/so-you-wanna-be-a-mortician

Sep 4, 2013 ... I know I'll get push back from other funeral directors / embalmers who will say I'm wrong on this or that — or that I'm being too negative — but the purpose of this post isn't to encourage you, it's to help you see if indeed this work is for you. One. Nobody who “wants” to be a funeral director will make it. It isn't ...

work.chron.com/one-become-licensed-funeral-director-embalmer-21703.html

A career in the funeral industry requires you to have a high level of compassion and a sturdy constitution -- embalming bodies isn't for the fainthearted. You must deal with the grieving families, ...

www.orderofthegooddeath.com/cant-encourage-become-mortician

Mar 4, 2014 ... Embalming followed by burial still has a stronghold in certain geographic areas, but culturally we're turning to cremation, and fingers crossed, natural burials. .... I do not agree that funeral directors will become obsolete but I do agree that those of us truly compelled to care for the dead will always do so.

www.howtobecome.com/how-to-become-a-mortician

How to Become a Mortician. mortician. Morticians, also known as funeral directors, guide families and friends through the process of putting a loved one to rest ... Embalming is the temporary preservation and sterilization of the body after death, and students learn about the history of embalming, the chemistry involved in ...

www.wvfuneralboard.com/home/funeraldirectorembalmerapplicants/licensingrequirements/tabid/659/default.aspx

Upon satisfactory proof the educational requirements are met, the person may begin the apprentice program which consists of completing a one-year course of apprenticeship under the supervision of a licensed embalmer and funeral director actively under which the apprentice shall have taken an active part in the  ...