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Nick French earns CFSP

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Nick French
Nick French, CFSP, Brazil, recently qualified the designation of Certified Funeral Services Practitioner (CFSP) by the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice.

A number of professions grant special recognition to members upon completion of specified academic and professional programs and CFSP is funeral service's national individual recognition.

The Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice, since its 1978 founding, has had as its goals: To recognize those practitioners who have voluntarily entered into a program of personal and professional growth; to raise and improve the standards of funeral service; and to encourage practitioners to make continuing education of lifelong process in their own self-interest, the interest of the families they serve and the community in which they serve.

To initially receive the award, the practitioner must complete a 180-hour program of continuing education activities and events.

In addition, the practitioner is required to accumulate 20 hours per year to recertify.

Credits are awarded by the Academy for work leading to personal and/or professional growth in four areas, including:

* Academic Activities,

* Professional Activities,

* Career Review (for retroactive credit), and

* Community and Civic Activities.

Certified Practitioners may use the CFSP designation with their names for business letterheads, professional cards and other appropriate uses.

Certification is for individuals only and is not used to imply certification of a firm.

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Good Job!

-- Posted by petmonster on Fri, Feb 24, 2012, at 12:21 AM

Way to go Nick.

-- Posted by indianamama on Fri, Feb 24, 2012, at 1:40 PM

God Bless you Nick!

-- Posted by tabascol on Wed, Feb 29, 2012, at 2:05 PM

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