UPCOMING CREMATION RECERTIFICATION COURSE
The Funeral Service Education Program at Jefferson State will be offering NFDA’s Cremation Certification Refresher Program (RE-CERTIFICATION ONLY) in Birmingham on Monday, February 4, 2019 in the Fitzgerald Student Center (bookstore) on the Jefferson Campus, Room 400. Registration will start at 9:30 a.m. and the course will begin at 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. CST.
(Please double check your GPS for the 2601 Carson Road, Birmingham, AL 35215 address, it may send you to the Shelby Campus)
Please note this is NOT a cremation certification course but a re-certification (refresher) course, meaning you must have already completed a Certified Cremation Operator’s Program via any of the following services: CANA, NFDA, Matthews, US Cremations or B&L Cremation Systems.
From the State Board:
*** A cremationist must complete crematory operator training approved by the board every 4 years from the date of their initial certification (not your license date), said training shall count toward continuing education. Cremationist who do not complete the re-certification within four years of their initial certification and provide the Board with documentation of completion, will not have their cremationist license renewed until the re-certification is complete.
Contact the State Board for additional questions regarding your current certification.
Jefferson State Community College – Jefferson Campus
2601 Carson Road, Birmingham, AL 35215
Fitzgerald Student Center (Bookstore) – Room 400
Seminar Presenter – Mr. Mike Nicodemus
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. CST
Registration Fee – $250.00
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a. - On the left hand side of the screen click on “Health Care Providers”
b. - At the bottom of the next screen under the heading “Additional Healthcare Resources” review the following links:
ii. - Medical Waste Management (These links will lead you to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.)
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The ABFS feels that it is important that funeral homes be prepared for the possibility that they may be called on to provide services for an infected person, and if that be the case, ABFS wants the funeral professionals in this state to know how to protect themselves as well as the community they serve. This information is not meant to alarm anyone, only to inform. However it is our prayer that none of us have to encounter this deadly disease.
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