Course Information: Family History Intensive Research day

course code

RDFH3
please make a note of this code and use it when contacting us

The day is designed to advance your ancestral research development. This is a chance to explore areas of your research that have been neglected or to assist you to begin a new search.

When and Where

Dates

From 16 May 2020
Sat 10:00-15:30
one day

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16 May 2020
10:00 to 15:30

Location

Stoke Lodge
Stoke Lodge Centre
Shirehampton Road
Stoke Bishop
Bristol
BS9 1BN


with Rosemary Caldicott

Cost

Fees and concessions information

The full (undiscounted) fee for this course is £50 , the concession rate is £30. Please note that concession rates are subject to proof of eligibility. For more details please see our Terms and conditions

Description

For the novice or experienced genealogist!
Designed to advance your ancestral research development, to explore areas of your research that have been neglected or to assist you to begin a new search. The day will also include a series of mini lectures.
Limited to 8 participants, to ensure maximum individual support from the tutor.

What can students expect?

A flexible day designed to meet the needs of family history researchers whatever their level of experience.
Tutor led direction with mini talks devoted to areas and subjects that will enhance learners’ knowledge.
Road blocks and problems with your research will be approached and ideas for progression will be suggested.
Maximum individual support and tuition from the tutor for each student, as the number of participants is limited to 8.



Late starters allowed?

No

Equipment Required

Pen and paper is all that is required.

What is the progression route?

Family History, Stage 1 or Stage 2

Are there any extra costs?

No

What should students bring?

Pens and paper, plus any research you have already undertaken.
A packed lunch.



Teaching method/style?

Tutor led individual guidance and easy to follow research techniques undertaken on Ancestry on-line.
Some group discussion and class knowledge share when appropriate.
Q & A session for students