Hello everybody! Thanks for joining us for another episode of The Celebrant Talk Show! This time Josh and Sarah chat about the annual registration fee (pay yours now!), the review of the marriage forms, the epic funeral course Sarah went on (http://www.silvercelebrants.com.au), and the new fact sheet about celebrants’ obligations in an online environment, plus an exciting announcement! As always, shoot us an email at [email protected] if you have any questions or topics you’d like us to discuss in an upcoming episode!
What a time to be alive! The Marriage Act 1961 has finally aligned with the Electronic Transactions Act (thanks Josh)! and this ep chats about what this means for us.
Paying your Annual Registration Fee and why pricing yourself out per hour or perhaps why you can’t are also discussed in this episode.
Other awesome content re the MLCS fact sheets and Sarah has some wonderful advice for funeral celebrants.
You can’t miss this one!
03:00 – Sarah’s fav podcast. This podcast will kill you. https://thispodcastwillkillyou.com/
04:10 – Why it’s impossible to price yourself out per hour.
12:40 – Why do you have to pay your Annual registration fee? Why such a big deal?
19:15 – What do the MLCS do with the funds from the Registration Fee?
27:45 – MLCS Fact sheet regarding Celebrant obligations in an online environment
28:25 – Accepting the NOIM, Date and place of Birth electronically! – What a time to be alive! (Thanks Josh)!
30.20 – Sighting evidence of identity electronically.
33:40 – The Electronic Transactions act
34:07 – What is a Commissioner for Declarations?
36:15 – Children of previous marriages – Australian Bureau of Statistics
41:50 – Conference chat – DJ Alliance of Australia https://www.djaa.org.au/
52.22 – Doing the Cert IV with Sarah and Lifeskills Training https://www.lifeskillstraining.com.au/
59:00 – Silver Celebrant Funeral training – Robyn O’Connell https://www.silvercelebrants.com.au/
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