Train to be a Celebrant

A Celebrant’s Journey

My personal journey started when I got married for the second time in 2019. The first time round my mum organised everything from frock to flowers, from cake to car, and I don't really remember much about it.
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Fond Farewells

As a Humanist Celebrant with the Fuze Foundation I have conducted funeral ceremonies in all sorts of locations and circumstances.
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Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

The popular phrase ‘teamwork makes the dream work’ could almost certainly feature in a list of skin-crawling business clichés. It would no doubt be sandwiched somewhere between the likes of ‘bring your A-game’ and ‘thinking outside the box’.
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Looking Up When You’re Locked Down

By hiding ourselves away from the invisible corona-villain, we’re not only having to deal with heightened anxiety, but also loneliness, boredom and uncertainty. Put simply, being “locked down” is as unnatural a situation a human being can possibly find themselves in.
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Talking to Children About Coronavirus

As the coronavirus spreads across the world and our daily lives are transformed, we must all be aware of the need for good mental-health care. Obviously, it’s a stressful time. Families are confined to their homes. Schools are cancelled.
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Fancy Becoming a Humanist Celebrant?

While the prospect of sealing the deal on hundreds of couple’s l.u.r.v.e and getting to eat your way through a lifetime of canapes is definitely appealing, there’s a WHOLE lot more to being a Humanist Celebrant than meets the eye.