Learn from one of Scotland's most respected specialists
Antonine Funeral Training is run by professionals with decades of experience in the funeral industry in Scotland.
Graeme Easton is a qualified Funeral Director and BIE qualified Embalmer and a Registered Tutor of the BIFD. Graeme is qualified to teach the British Institute of Funeral Directors suite of Professional Qualifications, the highest Funeral qualifications available in the UK.
Antonine Funeral Training is run by experienced Embalmer Graeme Easton and his wife Margaret. Graeme runs the well respected Alexander Easton Funeral Directors in Bonnybridge and Margaret runs Cullen & Easton Funeral Directors in Cumbernauld, to the north of Glasgow.
These firms have built up a reputation for excellence in there area and offer an outstanding selection of services. As wholly owned and run specialists they offer a personal, high quality service combined with exceptional value for money.
Graeme wants to pass on his passion for service, a passion that has seen him give 32 years of frontline Fire Service with the Lothian and Borders Fire Brigade as well as being a qualified and highly respected Embalmer.
Graeme is the first person in Scotland and only the third person in the UK to have been the National President of the British Institute of Funeral Directors and the National President of the British Institute of Embalmers.
As a BIFD qualified Embalmer, Graeme holds the highest level of funeral qualifications available in the UK at Level 4 on the National Qualifications Framework. As he also works daily as a Funeral Director he is ideally placed to offer specialist, real-world training courses that offer practical, useful and rewarding educational outcomes for people wanting to have either an introduction to funeral service or to take their skills to the next level.
Outstanding Funeral Director Training
Our courses are interesting and rewarding and are run by people currently working in the funeral industry so they are completely up to date with the latest industry practices.