Learn how to trace your family history with a Genealogy course
May 10, 2018 / Sharnie Carter
Did you know that Danny Dyer is related to Edward III?
Or that David Tennant’s ancestors were of the Orange Order?
And all this is through tracing their family history.
So, imagine how great it would be to find out that you were related to Joan of Arc?
Or that you ancestors were part of the Black Panther movement?
From where we’re standing that would be pretty cool…
A Genealogy course would allow you to do just that.
Now, we can’t guarantee that you’ll find out you are related to any of the greats… but then again, we can’t say you won’t be either. There’s only one way to find out…
Our Genealogy Level 2 course is the perfect way to begin you search.
Not only does it give you the vital research skills to dive deep into your ancestral history, but it also informs you of the roots of Genealogy, such as where surnames were derived from, what an ancestor really is, and how to trace DNA.
You’ll even learn about documents you wouldn’t usually have access to. Documents like:
- War records
- Prison records
- Immigration documents
- Police records
Even if you didn’t want to trace your family history, it’s all very interesting either way
In addition to finding your long-lost family, you could also make a career out of Genealogy.
There are some people who, as much as they would like to know, don’t have the time or the patience to research their ancestry.
This is where you come in.
Genealogists take on the role of finding out as much as they can about a client’s family and history.
So not only will you spend your time research interesting and important things, you’ll be getting paid for it too!
If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, take a look at all the details of the course on our website.
Alternatively call our Student Adviser team on 03300 563 100 to discuss your options today.