I frequently take genealogy classes through the National Institute of Genealogical Studies in Canada. I have a basic certificate in Genealogical Librarianship and I just completed a DNA class. The second one begins next week. These classes have an exam at the end of the session which lasts six weeks or so. Genealogy webinars are great too.
When I was working I often would find free classes that would help me with Word and Excel. And then there was Virtual University too which charged a small fee for some of the classes.
I thoroughly enjoy learning and being able to stay at home and work on my own schedule is the way to go.
good thing, the best thing! yes, you should understand that is it lazier and your concentration will be not on the high level. but there are some advantages: cheaper price, opportunity to stay where you want, to choose time when you want to study.
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