2011 NFDA Resource Catalog Offers More than 25 New Tools For Funeral Professionals

February 11, 2011
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The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) has released its 2011 Resource Catalog. Packed with essential tools selected by funeral directors to help their fellow funeral professionals strengthen their business operations, expand skills and knowledge, and enhance service to families, this year?s catalog features an expanded selection of affordable Spanish language and bilingual (Spanish/English) bereavement resources and new cost-effective home study continuing education (CE) options, some of which are based on top-rated NFDA Web Seminars, Teleconferences and Convention workshops.

Recognizing that the country is becoming increasingly diverse, NFDA has added a number of Spanish language and bilingual books to help funeral directors provide grief resources to families in which English may not be the primary language. These new resources include:

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