Online Genealogy Courses: Break Down Your Genealogical Brick Walls in 2021!
This February and March, launch into your family history research and join the Ulster Historical Foundation for our next online Genealogy Course!
Our online Irish Genealogy Essentials course takes all the key components of our normal in-person courses and makes them available digitally allowing participants to complete the programme at their own pace and from the comfort of their own home.
Delivered by the Ulster Historical Foundation’s experienced and expert staff who combined, have some sixty years’ experience dealing with Irish family history research, our course is ideal if you:
- Have no experience with genealogy or family history research
- Have some experience with genealogical research, but want to develop your skills and knowledge further
- Consider yourself a more experienced genealogical researcher who wants to learn new techniques and learn about lesser-known sources
The knowledge you gain from our online Irish Genealogy Essentials course will help you get to grips with research techniques, archives and genealogical sources in Ireland; provide you with the information and skills to further explore your family history and help you find your elusive Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors.
This course consists of:
- 21 pre-recorded lectures on essential topics relating to Irish genealogical research (over 28 hours of content)
- Four live "Q and A" sessions/tutorials with the course lecturers (to be scheduled at different times to suit different time zones)
- Downloadable lecture handouts and reading list
Nineteenth and early twentieth century census returns; church and civil records; landed estate papers and valuation records as well as wills and testamentary papers all represent key resources in any attempt to trace your Irish and Scots-Irish lineage. All of these sources (as well as other topics) will be covered in this course.
For more information on this course, visit: www.ancestryireland.com/irish-genealogy-essentials/online-course/