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For those wanting to commence their family history journey, I would suggest that they visit the following sites:
The Church of Latter Day Saints in conjunction with FamilySearch, which provide excellent resources for those who are new to researching their family history. The majority of the video lessons for beginners are very short in duration and they are free.
At present, FamilySearch have 91 lessons for beginners, 294 for intermediate and 50 for advanced researchers. The lessons cover over 30 different countries. There is something for everyone.
A search on the internet will reveal many genealogy webinars. Do you have any favourites that you would like to share?
Although, I have been researching for many years, I am wanting to further my knowledge and potentially obtain a qualification in my favourite hobby. I have therefore been looking for a course that would suit me.
Presently at the top of my list is the National Institute for Genealogical Studies, as it offers a wide range of courses and packages, which interest me. Additionally a certificate is available upon completion of the relevant courses.
Many local history groups and genealogical societies also offer short courses. The Society of Australian Genealogists offers a Certificate in Genealogical Research and a Diploma in Family Historical Studies, which also interests me.
In looking for a course that would suit me, I also came across the following sites, which provide family history research courses:
Do you have any other courses or institutions that you would recommend to improve family history research?
Are you interested in starting a course or learning more?
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