For clear, clean and simple access to all College websites go to – celebrancy.com – so easy to remember!
The International College of Celebrancy has a number of websites as it is involved in celebrancy training, support, professional development, public education, and political activism for the betterment of secular people in western society. (This current website’s purpose is to isolate only the relevant information for the contributions in which we take the most pride – our Diploma Courses.)
Some of the websites and special website pages are:-
The College has been authorised by the Attorney-General’s Department Australia to present Professional Development since 2014.
For Information please call Yvonne Werner on 1300 446 786 or browse icccelebrantopd.com.au.
The Certificate IV in Celebrancy is required by the Attorney-General’s Department Australia for those who are applying to become a celebrant. The College has enriched the Certificate IV with materials from our Diploma Courses to give a greater understanding of ceremony and ritual and how it affects our lives.
The 13 Units of Certificate IV are taught in face-to-face classes, by Distance Education, and by tutor-assisted Distance Education. For further Information please call Yvonne Werner on 1300 446 786 or browse collegeofcelebrancy.edu.au.
The Certificate Ismay also be achieved by completing our Diploma of Marriage Course as well as some additional assignments as prescribed by the Dean of Studies to fulfil Government requirements.
CELEBRANT MASTER INDEX
Approximately 175 articles and webpages of Information and support articles on the college courses, the Australian Certificate IV, useful celebrant websites, college personnel, marriage ceremonies, renewal of vows, same sex commitment/marriage, celebrant information and legal problems, funeral ceremonies, articles, keynote addresses and political submissions.
Some examples of frequently visited web pages
An education on why all celebrants are not the same.
Universally acclaimed as the best book on ceremonies for civil celebrants, it is now in its fourth edition. The book contains a wide range of example ceremonies, readings, eulogies, sub-rituals and other helpful information. Available from the Celebrants Centre in hard copy or as an ebook from Amazon or iBooks.
As Aristotle said: “If you want to really understand any human enterprise, study its origins.” Or, as Ian Heads quoted: “Those who drink the water should remember those who dug the well.” The History of the Celebrant Movement is essential reading for any celebrant and has been highly praised by its readers .Available from the Celebrants Centre in hard copy or as an ebook from Amazon or iBooks.