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Learn how to use DNA in family history with our online talks.
How can you ensure your discoveries aren’t lost in time once more? Learn various ways to present your research to family, friends and the wider world with these online talks and workshops.
Learn about your ancestors from the home nations from the comfort of your phone or computer with these talks.
Whether your ancestors migrated to or from the UK or spent their entire lives elsewhere we have a variety of online talks to help you to learn about them.
Join us on one of our onsite group visits or walks of historic places.
Learn the skills needed to trace your family history. From getting organised to drawing family trees and improving your research skills. This selection of online talks is designed to teach you the skills needed.
Choose from a range of topics – at your skill level. These are online talks about genealogy sources, ranging from easily searchable online records to complex offline archived materials.
Trace your military ancestors with these online talks.
Keep up to date and learn how to use the websites, software and apps useful to family historians with our online talks.
Put your ancestors in context with our range of online history talks. From historic events to cultural history and more!
Long courses and conferences on more in-depth topics. Including our carefully curated online Family History Skills courses taught by expert genealogists.
We offer talk on a range of occupations that your ancestors may have followed. This section also includes education.
Learn how to trace the history of your home or other buildings with our online talks
Some live events are recorded and available for viewing after the scheduled date. Book on the live event and receive a link to the recording shortly after the event takes place.