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Washington Funeral Continuing Education Requirements

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Required Washington Funeral Continuing Education Hours

Funeral Director

5-CE hours (including 1 hour of OSHA training) are required every year.


5-CE hours (including 1 hour of OSHA training) are required every year.

Combined License

If a person holds a dual license (Funeral Director/Embalmer) they only need to take 5-CE hours (including 1 hour of OSHA training) which will cover both lines.

Washington Funeral Continuing Education Course Category Restrictions

1 hour of OSHA training is required annually.

Washington Funeral License Renewal

Funeral CE Repetition and Carryover

Washington Funeral CE Course Requirements

Washington Funeral CE Exam Requirements

Reporting and Washington Funeral CE Certificates of Completion

Non-Resident Washington Funeral CE Requirements

Exemptions from Washington Funeral CE Requirements

Washington Funeral Contact Info

Washington State Funeral and Cemetery

Office Business of Professions Division
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Last updated on 3/24/2021