- This course is only available to Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents
Perhaps someone close to you has asked you to act as celebrant at their wedding, or maybe you just love weddings and want to play a part in that very special occasion. We can help you take your first steps towards becoming a celebrant, as this course provides you with hands-on experience in conducting ceremonies and setting up your own business. The course will also give you the necessary qualification you need to apply to the Attorney General to become a marriage celebrant.
We provide a warm and welcoming environment and all our trainers are caring and dynamic with extensive industry experience. NIET is a highly reputable and established organisation that focuses on delivering quality training to its students. Through a fun, flexible and supportive learning environment, you will develop the confidence you need to become a qualified celebrant.
This course is eligible for JobTrainer in 2021
Potential career outcomes could include:
- Marriage Celebrant
- Civil Celebrant
What You'll Learn
- Developing a sustainable celebrancy practice
- Establishing client celebrancy needs
- Research, design and organise ceremonies
- Work with diverse people
- Making a presentation
- Interviewing clients and planning marriage ceremonies
- Work legally and ethically
- In-classIn class delivery - predominately face to face course content conducted at a specific location
- BlendedBlended delivery - both online course content and partial face to face requirements
- OnlineOnline delivery - online course content with the exception of assessments and work placement
- VirtualVirtual Delivery - Live and interactive classroom-style learning conducted completely online
Classroom-based course, with homework
All courses are classroom-based with student’s being taught by a trainer who guides and supports them through all aspects of the course.
- Intensive one week – students have three months in total to complete the course, and require 15 hours a week of study
- Weekends – students have six months in total to complete the course, and require 8 hours a week of study
Students should allocate time each week outside the classroom to undertake reading, assessment tasks and general study. A trainer supports students throughout the course and after classes finish with email and phone support. Students are welcome to use the computer lab located at NIET.
You must be 18 years of age or over to become a registered Celebrant.
Recognition of Prior Learning
RPL is Recognition of Prior Learning and may allow some students to have prior experience assessed. Credit transfers are available to students who are able to present appropriate evidence. For further information regarding Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfers please refer to the Student Handbook.
- Written assessments
- Case studies and scenarios
Education and Support Services
Students are provided with a range of support services depending on their individual needs. All students have access to their trainer, who has extensive experience and expertise in the course content. For further information regarding education and support services please give us a call, as we are always happy to assist.
NIET is operating as normal during COVID-19, in line with government measures. Scheduled courses are still going ahead.
About Nepean Industry Edge Training
As a quality-focused and reputable training organisation, our industry connections allow us to train students in current practices, giving our students job-ready skills upon course completion.
Our industry experience means we understand what the workplace is looking for in the way of staff and make sure courses will give employers and individuals the maximum return on their investment.
We know that when training is delivered clearly and concisely by passionate individuals, all students have the opportunity to achieve their potential. The result is a competent and confident employee that contributes real value to the organisation.