The National Institute for Genealogical Studies issued the following press release.
September 9, 2011
Next month The National Institute for Genealogical Studies (www.genealogicalstudies.com) marks its 12th year of providing Internet courses to the genealogy community. In affiliation with the University of Toronto, the National Institute has been providing educational courses to genealogists, first in a classroom setting and then through the Internet since 1997. As part of the celebration of this milestone, the National Institute is offering a 12% discount on all course packages.
A leader in genealogical education for 14 years, when the National Institute began, the idea of providing genealogy courses was unique. It was two years later that an even more unique opportunity for students came when Internet courses were offered, a first of its kind. Louise St Denis, Managing Director of the National Institute reflects “We began the National Institute in 1997 to meet a need. To provide genealogy education that was affordable and could be done from home, allowing anyone who wanted to learn more about genealogical research that opportunity.”
No matter what your genealogical goals are from the beginning family historian looking to learn more about record types to the seasoned genealogist who needs to stretch their skills in analyzing complex problems to the professional looking for skill building courses, the National Institute has a course that will interest you. According to Beverly Rice, Director of Curriculum Development, “We have many new courses that will begin in 2012 that will enhance what the Institute currently provides. I’m really excited about our new skill building course track that will help genealogists learn to solve complex research problems.” With over 200 courses and growing in 9 certificate programs, the National Institute has something that will interest all genealogists.
Students and instructors from the National Institute come from all over the world including the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, England and Europe. The National Institute courses are helping these genealogists fulfill their personal and professional goals. Susan Michael, a National Institute alumni from North Carolina says, “ I am now a Board-certified genealogist. When I began working on my American Studies certificate that was my first step towards the goal of becoming a Certified Genealogist. I heartily recommend the Institute’s program as an excellent educational step towards professional-level genealogy.”
Hurry and Sign Up Today
This 12% discount offer ends October 4, 2011. Whether you are a current student or a perspective student looking into a course package, now is the time to take advantage of this 12th anniversary discount.
About The National Institute for Genealogical Studies
The National Institute, leaders in online genealogy education, has been offering genealogy and history courses for over 12 years. We now offer over 200 courses in genealogical studies to help enhance researcher’s skills.
For those looking to acquire more formal educational training, The National Institute offers—in affiliation with the Continuing Education Unit of the University of St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto—Certificate Programs in the records of Australia, Canada, England, Germany, Ireland, Scotland and the United States, as well as a General Methodology and a Librarianship Certificate Program.
For more information please call us toll-free in North America at 1-800-580-0165 or email us at email@example.com.
For more information:
Louise St Denis
1-800-580-0165 (North American)