The Georgia State Board of Funeral Service administers the Funeral Service Law for the purpose of better protection of life and health,
preventing the spread of contagious, communicable, and infectious diseases, and regulating the practice of embalming and funeral directing,
and the care and disposition of dead human bodies.
CONTINUING EDUCATION REMINDER
As we previously reported, the Georgia State Board of Funeral Service has changed its Continuing Education requirements. The hours required biennially have not changed, but the Board now requires that at least five (5) hours of the total ten (10) hours required be obtained in-person or via live webinar that is instructor led with student interaction, where student participation is monitored and verified. The Board also requires that Continuing Education be in any or all of the following subject areas: