Autumn General Meeting 22nd November 2018 UPDATE

Come along

  • to hear NAFD CEO Jon Levett explaining the plans for incorporation of the National Association and respond to members’ questions
  • for NAFD President Abi Pattenden’s update about developments and issues at national level
  • for an update on matters of local relevance
  • to learn of new developments within your Association in the London region
  • the meeting will include an Education Awards presentation – join the celebrations!
  • and, of course, to socialise with contacts old and new

The Autumn General Meeting will be held at Amba Hotel, Charing Cross on Thursday 22nd November
The meeting will start promptly at 6.30pm (private bar open from 6pm) and, as is customary, will be followed by dinner.

Attendance at the meeting is free, with dinner charged at £50 each for those able to stay after the meeting.

This is your opportunity to discover how your Association can benefit your business.

Attendance is expected to be high; as space is limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Dinner orders are required by 8th November.

Details and a dinner booking form are available to download here.


CertFAA courses 2019 announced

Bookings now are being accepted for the next cohort of the Certificate in Funeral Arranging and Administration course.

The course will run in Central London from 16th January, concluding with the examination on 27th March.

Details and Application Forms are available here.

** A further London-based course is being arranged to start in April **


Autumn General Meeting 22nd November 2018

The Autumn General Meeting will be held at Amba Hotel, Charing Cross on Thursday 22nd November
The meeting will start promptly at 6.30pm (private bar open from 6pm) and, as is customary, will be followed by dinner.

Attendance at the meeting is free, with dinner charged at £50 each for those able to stay after the meeting.

This is your opportunity to discover how your Association can benefit your business.

Come along

  • for an update on matters of local relevance
  • to learn of new developments within your Association in the London region
  • to meet NAFD President Abi Pattenden and learn about developments and issues at national level
  • The meeting will include an Education Awards presentation – join the celebrations!
  • and, of course, to socialise with contacts old and new

Attendance is expected to be high; as space is limited, please book early to avoid disappointment.

Details and a dinner booking form are available to download here.


Western District Meeting 18th October 2018

The next District meeting will be on Thursday 18th October, 6.15pm at the Quintin Hogg Memorial Sports Ground, Chiswick.
Tickets, including a drink on arrival and a delicious supper after the meeting are available at only £20.

Guest speakers include
• Richard Van Nes, President of the London Association of Funeral Directors
• Dr. Tanaji Acharya, who will provide an insight into Hindu religious rites and beliefs

The evening provides an opportunity to socialize and network with fellow members and colleagues.
There will be a business card raffle – make sure you bring yours for a chance to win.

To book your place, please download the reply slip here.


CertFAA rolls South for course R

The latest Certificate in Funeral Arranging & Administration course opened on August 29th at another new venue – this time in the south of the region.

The Hallmark Hotel, Croydon, is hosting twenty students, from seven member-firms, who are working towards the examination on 7th November. Demand for places is such that this is the largest group to have attended a course.

In response to comments from past students and employers, the course format has been reviewed and now includes a mock examination.

Expanded course content has been accommodated by changing the timetable to include a Saturday session, in addition to the customary evening seminars.

It is hoped the new format should assist candidates with no recent experience of study and exams, which often adds to exam stress.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The students (pictured, with London President Richard van Nes), have a variety of experience of funeral service, which will enhance the learning of the whole group.


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