Embalmers of all skill levels are invited to learn from some of the funeral profession’s preeminent experts during NFDA's second Embalming & Restorative Art Seminar of 2019, taking place August 15-16 at John A. Gupton College in Nashville, Tenn.
Whether you're an experienced or novice embalmer, the dynamic and engaging NFDA Embalming and Restorative Art Seminar offers you an opportunity to cultivate their knowledge and techniques; everything you learn can be immediately applied when you return to you funeral home.
The seminar will be led by some of the country’s most respected authorities on embalming and restorative art:
- Dominick J. Astorino, CFSP, MBIE, adjunct faculty at Wayne State University Department of Mortuary Science and managing director and embalmer at Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons Inc. in Detroit, Mich.
- Scott Gilligan, NFDA general counsel and owner of Gilligan Law Offices in Cincinnati, Ohio
- Wallace Hooker, CFSP, MBIE, owner, funeral director and embalmer at Family & Friends Funeral Home in Wingate, Ind.
- Amanda Marie Ellis King, licensed funeral director and embalmer from Springfield, Mo.
These noted experts will lead sessions on a variety of topics, including embalming procedures and techniques for all experience levels; advanced restorative art techniques to help make the most difficult cases presentable; the application of cosmetics; and how to manage risk and reduce liability exposure.
You can save $25 when you register on or before July 16.
Complete details about the August 2019 NFDA Embalming & Restorative Art Seminar in Nashville, including information on how to register, can be found on the NFDA website, www.nfda.org/embalmingseminar.