Registration Giveaway for the June 9th NFDA Arranger Training Is Initial Program

 

Batesville, Indiana – ClearPoint Federal Bank & Trust (“ClearPoint”), an industry leader in providing fiduciary services, investment management, and recordkeeping services to members of the death care industry, has announced a career development program that awards death care professionals with the opportunity to further their training in the profession.  The first initiative in the program is a giveaway to provide free registration to the National Funeral Director Association’s (NFDA) Arranger Training the day prior to the Texas Funeral Director Association’s (TFDA) convention in June.

The Arranger Training Program will take place on June 9, 2019 in Fort Worth, Texas from 8 am – 5 pm.  The winner of the giveaway will have the cost of the registration fee reimbursed by ClearPoint.  The registration is not transferable and all travel expenses are the responsibility of the winner.

To enter the contest, funeral professionals should send an email to [email protected] by May 20, 2019.  In the email, please include the following:  your name, business name, phone number and email address.  The winner will be drawn on May 21, 2019 at which time they will be contacted.

“There are two primary reasons we have partnered with the NFDA and the TFDA on this important career development initiative,” said David de Gorter, ClearPoint CEO and President. “The first is our shared passion and commitment to the advancement and success of funeral service professionals.  The second reason is our desire to support organizations that are such a strong advocate for the profession.”

NFDA’s Arranger Training Program is a high energy, interactive workshop that provides funeral professionals with the tools needed to partner with families and design memorable life tribute events.  Through a combination of small- and large-group discussions, problem-solving and creative collaboration, attendees will leave with fresh approaches and new ideas to transform arrangement conferences.  The program is facilitated by Lacy Robinson, NFDA’s Director of Member Development and earns up to eight continuing education hours.

“I’m looking forward to facilitating NFDA’s Arranger Training Program once again in the great state of Texas prior to TFDA’s annual convention.” stated NFDA’s Lacy Robinson. “Having a respected company like ClearPoint step up to support our Arranger Training Program is very much appreciated and speaks volumes of their support for the profession.”

“As a company solely focused on providing products and services to the death care industry, ClearPoint values organizations such as the NFDA and the TFDA that are devoted to the profession,” added de Gorter.  “Just as with our financial donation to the Funeral Service Foundation, we believe supporting such organizations is crucial to the future success of funeral service, which makes this a very meaningful initiative for ClearPoint.”

About NFDA – www.nfda.org
NFDA is the world’s leading and largest funeral service association, serving more than 20,000 individual members who represent nearly 11,000 funeral homes in the United States and 49 countries around the world. NFDA is the trusted leader, beacon for ethics and the strongest advocate for the profession. NFDA is the
association of choice because it offers funeral professionals comprehensive educational resources, tools to manage successful businesses, guidance to become pillars in their communities and the expertise to foster future generations of funeral professionals. NFDA is headquartered in Brookfield, Wis., and has an office in Washington, D.C.

About ClearPoint Federal Bank & Trustwww.clearpointfederal.com
ClearPoint Federal Bank & Trust is a federally chartered savings bank based in Batesville, Indiana. ClearPoint is dedicated solely to the funeral home and cemetery industry. Independently owned and operated, ClearPoint has provided customized funeral home and cemetery trust and related services since 1998, which are now available in over 43 states and the District of Columbia.