This course is perfect if you are interested in researching your family tree and want to see if internet genealogy websites are worth the subscription.
You will learn:
The knowledge and skills required to start researching your family tree, building your understanding over 10 weeks. Over the course we will cover:
- Introduction to Family Tree researching and online Genealogy website options.
- Desk Top Research and how to organise your research results.
- Births / Deaths / Marriages and other evidence.
- The Census – Strengths and Weaknesses for showing the truth.
- Dating Photographs and checking your facts.
- How we used to live – work and recreation.
- WW1 and WW2 and other conflict records (e.g medals awarded / conscription and discharge documents).
- Buildings, Maps and Changes through time.
- How to create a Family Archive.
- End of Part One Celebration / Next Steps – Researching Your Family Tree: Improvers Course
You can expect to achieve objectives by taking part in group activities, individual course book tasks and digital revision as appropriate.
How to enrol onto this course
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You must be aged 19+ and have a good standard of English as you will be required to complete a short workbook with the help of your tutor.
|Teaching & assessment||
Tutors will give regular verbal and written feedback. You will be required to complete an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) and encouraged to set your own personal targets as part of this course.
There are different rules and online accessibility to personal and official paperwork from different countries, which might restrict the potential for finding out all that you wish to discover.