Series of genealogy courses designed to serve novice and experienced Jewish Genealogists or those researching possible Jewish branches. Basic Jewish Genealogy, Breaking Brick Walls in the U.S., JewishGen Databases and Introduction to European Research.
Online course teaching you how to research English and Welsh ancestry, using free websites. This 6 module course will teach you the research skills you need and give you the opportunity to research your own family under the supervision of a qualified genealogist and tutor. Personalised one to one coaching is also available for those who are not sure how to move forward with their research in England and Wales.
Family Research Studies (Genealogy) prepares students to perform genealogy research, define family history writing objectives, and produce genealogy results for professional or personal needs in both traditional and electronic formats. Students also learn to organize personal search materials into a family history archival notebook using genealogical software.
A series of online courses, including: The Basics; Guide to Documentation and Source Citation; and Beyond the Basics. Each person who successfully completes one of the American Genealogical Studies series courses receives a certificate of completion.
A seven-lesson course on CD. Records kept by religious institutions are among the most useful of genealogical sources available. Details of baptisms, marriages, and burials, for example, become vital records substitutes in periods when there was no civil registration of vital events.
A five-lesson course on CD. This course familiarizes you with the history of the Social Security Act in the United States and how this determines when and where someone may have obtained a Social Security number.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Receive a Certificate in Genealogical Studies jointly from the University of Toronto and the National Institute for Genealogical Studies. Online courses on a variety of genealogical topics from the very basic to the much more advanced; from general topics to quite specific research.
Organized to encourage professional and aspiring genealogists to put into practice the principles found in Professional Genealogy: A Manual for Researchers, Writers, Editors, Lecturers and Librarians, edited by Elizabeth Shown Mills. This program employs an innovative method of collaborative learning focused on developing genealogical research skills and business practices.