Prepare ceremonial locations


Decorate rooms or other locations for ceremonies, such as funerals, cremations, weddings or baptism.

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Relationships with occupations

Essential skill

Prepare ceremonial locations is an essential skill of the following occupations:

Funeral services director: Funeral services directors coordinate the logistics of funerals. They support the deceased family by arranging the details concerning the location, dates and times of memorial services. Funeral services directors contact representatives of the cemetery to prepare the site, plan transportation for the deceased person, advise on the types of memorials and legal requirements or paperwork.

Funeral services directors organise the daily operations of the crematorium. They oversee the staff’s activities in the crematorium and ensure that they deliver services according to legal requirements. They monitor the crematorium service revenue budget and develop and maintain operational rules within the crematorium.

Optional skill

Prepare ceremonial locations is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.

Hearse driver: Hearse drivers operate and maintain specialised vehicles to transport deceased persons from their homes, hospital or funeral home to their final resting place. They also assist the funeral attendants with their duties.
Funeral attendant: Funeral attendants lift and carry coffins prior and during the funeral service, placing it in the chapel and into the cemetery. They handle floral offerings around the coffin, direct mourners and assist with storing the equipment after the funeral.
Embalmer: Embalmers arrange for the removal of bodies of deceased persons from the place of death and they prepare the bodies for burials and cremations. They clean and disinfect the bodies, use make-up to create the impression of a more natural appearance and hide any visible damage. They are in close contact with funeral services directors in order to comply with the wishes of the deceased family members.




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Last updated on September 20, 2022