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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional And Occupational Licensing
Agency 65. Board of Funeral Directors And Embalmers
Chapter 40. Regulations for the Funeral Service Internship Program
11/30/2022

FORMS (18VAC65-40).

Application for Funeral Service Internship Program, online form available at https://www/license/dhp.virginia.gov/apply/

Funeral Supervisor Registration Application (rev. 6/2022)

Funeral Change of Supervisor Application (rev. 7/2021)

Checklist and Instructions for Registration for Funeral Service Internship Program (rev. 7/2021)

Checklist and Instructions for Registration for Funeral Directing Internship Program (rev. 7/2021)

Checklist and Instructions for Registration for Embalming Internship Program (rev. 7/2021)

First 1000 Hour Funeral Service Internship Report – Funeral Directing (rev.1/2021)

Second 1000 Hour Funeral Service Internship Report – Funeral Directing (rev. 1/2021)

Funeral Service Internship Report of Final Completion – Funeral Directing (rev. 1/2021)

First 1000 Hour Embalming Internship Report (rev. 1/2021)

Second 1000 Hour Embalming Internship Report (rev. 1/2021)

Embalming Internship Report of Final Completion (rev. 1/2021)

Funeral Intern Reinstatement Application (rev. 7/2021)

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