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The Irish Institute of Celebrants offers professional training to people who want to become Celebrants. Our students train in the craft of designing and delivering bespoke ceremonies to mark the milestones and transitions in the lives of individuals, families and communities.
We offer knowledge, practical skills and an accredited qualification with ongoing training, mentorship and networking. We are dedicated to promoting the use of ceremony to help the client create a ceremony that reflects the couple’s beliefs, philosophy of life, personal stories and personality.
Our Celebrancy training courses are delivered on a part time basis throughout the year.
If you're looking for a career change or a way to supplement your income, kick start your 2020 by training to become a celebrant.
Irish Instutute of Celebrants IIOC
Ray D'Arcy Interviews the IIOC
As our society becomes more secular people are looking for alternative ways to celebrate funerals and are more interested in creating a good final impression.
Dr. Lorraine Mancey O’Brien has recently established a funeral celebrant course and is herself working as a funeral celebrant joins us this afternoon.
Click Here to hear their interview with Ray D'Arcy on RTE Radio One
Dave Fanning Interviews Dr. Lorraine Mancey O Brien (IIOC) & Brian Whiteside (Humanist Society)
There are lots of people planning weddings at the moment. At one point the options were limited when it came to the ceremony…. You either got married in a church or you got married in a registry office but in the past number of years options have increased.
Dr Lorraine Mancey O Brien from the Institute of Celebrants and Brian Whiteside, a member of the humanist board, talk about some alternatives to a traditional wedding.
Click Here to hear their interview with Dave Fanning on RTE Radio 2FM
Certificate in Family Celebrancy
Certificate in Funeral
Diploma in Celebrancy
Leanne Dublin (IIOC Trainee)
I already work in weddings and love it. It’s an amazing industry to be involved in. You get to spend the best day of a couples life with them, you have to be made of stone not to get a fantastic buzz from it.
Lisa - Dublin (IIOC Trainee)
I decided to be a trainee celebrant for many reasons. One of them being that I saw a TV programme on a few years ago about the day to day life at the registry office in Dublin and I had a 'light bulb moment' that this is what I want to do. I like the idea of being in a hugely positive environment, in an official capacity, helping people to celebrate their love