The Correspondence Course In Genealogy
The course, which is suitable both for beginners and for experienced genealogists, is also designed to prepare students for professional genealogical practice. As such it covers the full range of genealogically useful sources to considerable depth. This also makes it the best available course for those simply tracing their own families as a hobby, ensuring that they have the best knowledge base so that their research is as good as it can be.
The course is continually assessed with all assignments graded. Those students wishing to take the Higher Certificate in Genealogy examination may opt to have their grades for assignments put forward instead of taking the second paper. The Correspondence Course is both challenging and demanding, but the principal qualifications for embarking on it are enthusiasm and dedication.
Heraldry Online Course
This course is designed to meet the needs of those who wish to acquire an in-depth knowledge of Heraldry. Suitable for both beginners and those more experienced heraldists, this course is designed to prepare students for Examinations offered by The Heraldry Society.
Day Courses In Genealogy and Heraldry
We hold regular one-day courses on a range of popular topics, such as a beginner's guide to tracing your family history through to reading wills or becoming a professional genealogist. The courses are held in our dedicated classroom in Canterbury, giving attendees an opportunity to see our facilities and extensive library at first hand. The courses are taught by our tutors and some outside experts.
Weekend Tutorials In Genealogy
Designed primarily for our Correspondence Course students, comprehensive tutorial sessions run from Friday evening through to Sunday in Canterbury. The content of each weekend is aligned to the syllabus for the Correspondence Course and as well as attending lectures held by our tutors, it also provides an opportunity for students to meet and share experiences of the course.