We can always use people across the province. We can use persons with a good understanding of various cultures wedding traditions or languages. We can use people who wish to be trained as wedding ceremony celebrants.
If you are already credentials to solemnize weddings we can use you on our roster.
We are always on the lookout for great people, who enjoy helping others. It’s even more exciting if you are bilingual / multilingual or bring something unique to the table.
However if you are not credentialed or once were, we can try and help you qualify for wedding ceremony credentials. One does not have to be religious in the traditional sense to join with us but it would be good if you are 'spiritual' in outlook.
Now a bit about us. We have been in business for well over 20 years. We have over 550 credentialed officiants in five Provinces credentialed with a variety of organizations on our roll.
We have a full and free training program for all candidates. There are extensive training modules on every aspect of our process including shadowing and mentoring by an experienced officiant. We start you off with small ceremonies and you progress at your own speed.
We will be your guide through the licencing process. Depending on your qualification our internal candidacy process takes about two to three weeks. At the end of this short candidacy process, our credentials team will review your file and make a final decision regarding your application.
It all starts with the question are you a spiritual person that likes to help others? 'Spiritual' is one of those terms that is defined by many people in different ways.
Wikipedia offers this thought. "Spiritual but not religious" (SBNR) is a popular phrase used to self-identify a life stance of spirituality that rejects traditional organized religion as the sole or most valuable means of furthering spiritual growth.
So even if you are not religious in the traditional sense you can become a candidate to become a clergy.
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