Events

This page lists upcoming events and courses for Family Historian. If you have any Family Historian related events which you would like to add to the list, please contact info@family-historian.co.uk with details.

8th & 15th September 2022 – Family Historian Software Part I

Tutor: Jacqueline Depelle. Course is online and held over two 2-hour sessions.

To provide a basic introduction and overview of the award winning genealogy recording software Family Historian for new and users with limited experience although all welcome. This short course is intended to develop confidence in essential data input and pre-set outputs with specific guidance on the Focus Window and Property Box. Learn more…

17th September 2022 – Family Historian Software: Places, Addresses & Maps

Tutor: John Hanson. Course is online and last 2 hours.

The course will explore the options that you have in Family Historian in terms of both places and addresses: How you can edit and maintain the data. A look at how imports from other packages are handled, and their differences. How this data can impact on mapping the events in your ancestors’ lives. Learn more…

6th & 13th October 2022 – Family Historian Software Part II

Tutor: Jacqueline Depelle. Course is online and held over two 2-hour sessions.

To develop an understanding of the award winning genealogy recording software Family Historian for new and limited experienced existing users. This short course is intended to develop confidence in data input and output with guidance on Sources and Interactive Diagrams. Some elements of customisation associated with recording material and printing reports will be included. Learn more…

3rd & 10th November 2022 – Family Historian Software Part III

Tutor: Jacqueline Depelle. Course is online and held over two 2-hour sessions.

To ensure a good understanding of the award winning genealogy recording software Family Historian for new and users with limited experience however all levels welcome. This short course is intended to develop Parts I and II of these courses however can standalone or be preparation for the Discussion Course. Building on data input and output basic guidance on most aspects of the programme will be included as well as reviewing Mapping, Merging, Plugins and the add-on Ancestral Sources. Some elements of customisation associated with recording material will be included. Learn more…

1st & 8th December 2022 – Family Historian Software – As it happens. Discussion Course.

Tutor: Jacqueline Depelle. Course is online and held over two 2-hour sessions.

To expand, share and develop student knowledge of Family Historian software with particular reference to practical working techniques. This short course will be structured around guided discussions to develop confidence in delving deeper into this recording programme for both beginners and anyone with existing experience. It is anticipated that students will support sharing strategies and help problem solving within the group. Learn more…