Coalition of Celebrant Associations

Australia’s Peak Celebrant Body

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AGD Discussion paper - your views? CoCA Celebrant News December 2016
Paid your annual fee? CoCA Celebrant News August 2016
National Celebrant Survey - Raw Data 8th July 2016
National Celebrant Survey - Deadline 28th June 2016
Vale CCGA Celebrants Association - CoCA Celebrant News June 2016
National Celebrants Survey - CoCA Celebrant News April 2016
Celebrants Survey & Annual Fee - CoCA Celebrant News May 2016
Extra Association Benefits - CoCA Celebrant News March 2016
Your concerns - CoCA Celebrant News February 2016
Important Reminders - CoCA Celebrant News January 2016

Overview of 2015 - CoCA Celebrant News December 2015

Issues raised with MLCS
- CoCA News November 2015
OPD, Survey results & more
- CoCA News October 2015
Annual Celebrant Questionnaire
- CoCA News September 2015
Same Sex Marriage Celebrant Opinions
- CoCA News August 2015
Celebrant Concerns
- CoCA News July 2015
Celebrant Training Consultation
- CoCA News May 2015
New Celebrant Training
- CoCA News April 2015
Marriage Forms Survey
– CoCA News March 2015
 
Training Update
- CoCA Celebrant News February 2015
Unusual & Difficult
- CoCA Celebrant News January 2015
Marriage Forms
- CoCA Celebrant News December 2014
Ongoing Professional Development (OPD)+ Marriage Forms
- CoCA News November 2014
New marriage forms
- CoCA News October 2014
What's On Your Mind?
- CoCA News September 2014

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The Coalition of Celebrant Associations (CoCA) Incorporated invites journalists and other media personnel to contact us for information about the role of civil celebrants in Australian society, the range and types of celebrants offering services to their communities, and the range of ceremonies including weddings, namings, aniversaries, funerals and memorials. CoCA also advises the Government on the Commonwealth Marriage Celebrant Program, the Australian Marriage Act 1961 and its impact on marriage celebrants and marrying couples.

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