continuing Education                  

OFSA is dedicated to providing funeral professionals with a minimum of 20 Hrs of continued education credits (CEC) annually.

If you are not a member and would like us to let you know about upcoming education sessions please request to be added to our education email list: here

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march webinar

You Got This! Practical Ways to Serve Families During COVID-19
Tuesday March 31, 2020 @ 1:00 PM

Presenter:  Lacey Robinson

Webinar Objectives:

• View different COVID-19 policy statements currently used by funeral homes
• Learn suggested dialogue to alleviate the anxiety and distress families may be feeling
• Design a meaningful micro-funeral service package that will appeal to family members
• Learn ways to transition into discussing a future remembrance event
• Explore ideas for family participation that can take place leading up to a future memorial
• Discover ways technology can help family and friends remember the loved one’s life
• Identify new ways to engage the community to help those who are isolated feel more connected
• Prepare for challenging questions you may receive from families during this time

All funeral professionals that participate in this webinar will receive a CEC Certificate for 1 hour.

Events

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NEWS

Education Session With Eddie LeMoinE

April 10th, 2019 @ 12:30 Hilton Garden Inn Toronto West Mississauga. more info on the session 

Mackinnon & Bowes April 9, 2019 @ 6pm 

Peer Enrichment Series with Joe Primo CEO and Executive Director of Good Greif Inc.  more info 

Media

Participants: Left to Right: Scott Smith (Smith Funeral Home, Sarnia), Scott Miller (Hulse, Playfair & McGarry Funeral Home, Ottawa), Kerri Douglas (Ontario Funeral Service Association, Burlington), Ernie Morgan (Morse & Son Funeral Home, Niagara Falls)
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