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We have a number of courses designed to meet your needs
We held an information session on our courses on Monday 18 January 2021 to support applications to be made in February 2021. To receive a recording and associated information, please email email@example.com.
Certificate in Genealogical Research
Learn with us – Certificate course
We’ve been running a Certificate in Genealogical Research course since 2010. Designed to help members improve their research, analysis and writing skills, this course must be successfully completed before you can enrol in our Diploma in Family Historical Studies. The Certificate course is not designed to teach you how to undertake genealogical research; you are expected to already have a good working knowledge of family history and have been researching for a minimum of three years before applying.
The course runs for 18 months and successful candidates must complete 8 components of work in that time (assessments and an online examination). Entry is only open to financial members of the SAG which can be activated upon acceptance to the course. Good internet access is important as all work is distributed and submitted online.
The current course Regulations (as at 9 December 2015) are available in the link below.Certificate regulations
Applications for 2021 are closed with applications for the 2022 cohort expected to be open 1-28 February 2022.2021 Information brochure
Diploma in Family Historical Studies
Learn with us – Diploma course
Once a member has completed the Certificate in Genealogical Research they may like to take their studies further by enrolling in our Diploma in Family Historical Studies. The Diploma has been running since 1974 and enrolment is open to any member who completes the Certificate course at a credit level of 75% or higher.
The Regulations are available below (version 24 October 2020):Dip FHS regulations
Applications for admission to the Diploma course in 2022 will be open from 11 January - 28 February 2022 for those who successfully completed the Certificate course in prior years.
Past thesis can be viewed in the Library (search the Library catalogue Thesis/A6/).
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Image: First year science students, Sydney University 1898, SAG Manuscript and Image Collection, Item 6/178