The Castle Rock Colorado Genealogical Society offers a multi-level educational curriculum which provides opportunities for, beginning, intermediate and advanced genealogical study. The curriculum is offered to assist genealogists progress with incremental development of their research skills.
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The society offers a two-hour course utilizing beginning genealogy concepts. The focus of the course is on providing individuals new to genealogy an overview of basic genealogical elements such as familial relationships, record types and repositories, thereby laying a foundation for participation in the intermediate genealogy course.
The society also offers a six month course utilizing intermediate genealogy concepts. The focus of the course is on using common genealogical record types. The course will be offered in six two-hour sessions, thereby laying a foundation for use of those records and acquisition of the experience necessary for participation in the advanced genealogy course.
The society offers a twelve month course utilizing advanced genealogy concepts. The focus of the course is on applying the genealogical proof standard, along with employing advanced research methodologies. Participation in the course requires previous experience with common genealogical record types and a commitment to a yearlong collaborative study with others in the group from January to December.
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