Booking Form - ICCM  (EROB) online training - Tuesday, 13th and Wednesday, 14th September 2022

Granting, exercising and transferring exclusive rights of burial (EROB)

Tuesday, 13th and Wednesday, 14th September 2022 (09.15-12.30)

An ICCM quality online training event

4 interactive sessions over 2 days

Learn about the benefits of having a proper, legally compliant EROB system

Learn new skills

Have your questions answered

Course overview

•  Putting things in context
•  Benefits of having a proper system
•  Does the funeral director need to be involved?
•  Background and research findings
•  Legal documents – wills, grant of probate, letters of administration
•  Memorial rights
•  Statutory declarations – how to gain information and draft the declaration
•  Questions and answers

Suitable for:
anyone involved in cemetery administration

Equipment required:
a computer, phone or tablet with internet connection, video and microphone function, able to run Teams, either as an app or online

Learning Outcomes
• To be able to identify the documentation that is available or required for a range of circumstances
• In the absence of certain legal documents how to properly draft a statutory declaration
• How to advise families on purchasing and transferring the exclusive right of burial
• How to protect your authority against potential claims from feuding families

Attendance:
£135.00 plus VAT for ICCM members
£185.00 plus VAT for non-members

Programme
Day 1: Sessions 1 & 2     Day 2: Sessions 3 & 4
09.15 Sign in and introduction 9.15 Sign in and introduction
09.30 Granting and exercising the EROB 9.30 Quick recap of sessions 1 & 2, common EROB questions and answers
10.20 Short break 10.20 Short break
10.30 Transferring the EROB 10.30 Attendees questions and answers
11.20 Short break 11.20 Short break
11.30 Questions and answers 11.30 Final questions and answers
12.30 Finish 12.30 Finish

During the online training, attendees can submit questions and comments using the Chat function. The trainer will answer these at the end of Sessions 2 and 4.  Following Sessions 1 and 2, attendees are invited to email specific questions about grave ownership to be answered during sessions 3 & 4. Questions should be submitted by email to julie.callender@iccm-uk.com. 

ICCM EROB  - Tuesday, 13th and Wednesday, 14th September 2022 (09.15-12.30) 

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* 1. Please enter the name of the 1st delegate to attend the course and their email address

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* 2. If needed - Please enter the name of the 2nd delegate to attend the course and their email address

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* 4. If needed - Please enter the name of the 4th delegate to attend the course and their email address

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* 5. Name of the authority/company making this booking

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* 6. Please enter a purchase order number for billing

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* 7. Please enter the full invoicing address for your authority

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* 8. Please provide contact details for this booking

Numbers of delegates per course will be restricted to 20.

The fee for the online training covers attendance and documentation. The fee is £135.00 + VAT for ICCM members and £185.00 + VAT for non-members.

An invoice will be sent to you at the address you give above - please do not send payment before an invoice issued as you may be double charged

Cancellations and refunds – receipt of the completed booking form is a contract. Cancellations must
be made in writing at least 10 working days before the workshop, and will incur a 20% administration fee.

Cancellations made after 10 working days before the workshop will not be refunded. No refund will be given for non-attendance. Substitution of delegates at no extra charge may be made by emailing - julie.callender@iccm-uk.com.

In the unlikely event of cancellation by the organisers, any fees paid will be refunded but no further liability will be accepted. The organisers reserve the right to make changes to the programme, speakers and venue should this be necessary.

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