3010 Lakeland Cove, Suite W
Flowood, MS 39232
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January 14, 2022
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3010 Lakeland Cove Ste W
Flowood, MS 39232
It’s time for a National Board Exam Update!
Help Shape the National Board Exam - Volunteer Opportunity!
Every six years, The Conference undertakes an update to the Job Task Analysis survey that will become the basis for future National and State Board Exams. This step in the exam development process is integral to the validity of these exams by making sure they continue to be relevant to the job duties of funeral directors and embalmers nationwide. This project calls for licensees from across the country to contribute their time and talents and we’d love to have YOU join us. If you are interested in serving on the JTA Committee, please visit the link below to find out more details and to submit your committee interest form.
JTA Committee Interest Form – The International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards
The Conference is looking for volunteers to serve on the Job Task Analysis (JTA) Committee! We welcome anyone who is licensed as both a funeral director AND embalmer, has passed the NBE, and is interested in volunteering their time for public protection to apply. https://theconferenceonline.org/jta/
Quarterly Reports must be submitted timely to receive credit. The schedule of reporting is below.
Rule 6.1 (5) If the quarterly report is not timely submitted, that quarter shall not be counted toward
successful completion of the apprenticeship. Timely submission of a quarterly report shall be
within fifteen (15) calendar days following the conclusion of the quarter.
MISSION STATEMENT OF THE MISSISSIPPI STATE BOARD OF FUNERAL SERVICE
The Mississippi State Board of Funeral Service is responsible for
implenting the provisions of the Funeral Service Law for the purpose of
better protection of life and health and regulating the practice of
embalming, funeral directing and the care and disposition of dead human
The Board is authorized to prescribe a standard of proficiency as to
the qualifications of embalmers and funeral directors, to revoke or
suspend licenses for any violations of this law, to adopt rules and
regulations and to set standards of sanitation to be observed in the
embalming or cremation of dead human bodies. Any person desiring to
engage in the practice of embalming and/or the practice of funeral
directing or operating a funeral establishment must first meet the
requirements of the law and rules and be licensed by the Board.