Genealogy Diploma

Genealogy is fast becoming one of the most popular past-times in the UK, as well as being the second most popular topic on the internet, thanks to recent TV programmes and online resources. Recently, we have seen an enormous expansion of interest in genealogy and family history in a professional capacity.

People use professional genealogists for a variety of reasons:

  • Access to a variety of records and sources
  • For advice.
  • For particular skills.
  • For cost effectiveness
  • For speed.

The Genealogy course will provide you with the tools to research your family tree and trace your ancestry or do so for clients.  It will guide you, step by step, through the process of tracing your own or someone else’s family tree and history. We are all the accumulation of the genes, characteristics, and behaviours of our ancestors.

This course is for anyone who has ever wondered about his or her ancestors:

  • How they looked,
  • What they did for a living
  • And how they behaved.

It is also ideal for anyone who is keen to pursue the discipline of genealogy in a professional capacity and wants to learn more about what is involved.

Upon completion, you will be able to make huge progress researching a genealogy. There’s plenty here to help you ensure that you can take a family line back hundreds of years. How much or how little information you chose to source is up to you.  There is no previous learning knowledge experience required to enrol on to this course.

On this course you will:

  • Be guided step by step, through the process of tracing your own or someone else’s family tree and history
  • Explore how to use a range of records and resources and compile an effective family tree

“My whole family is delighted with the information i have been able to find out about our family. I became more and more interested in finding out about my past as the older generation started diminishing. The knowledge and the enthusiasm of my tutor was great. ”


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