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Accreditation Prep Course

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We recommend using this course to guide you as you prepare your four-generation project. The material in it will help you prepare an excellent four-generation project ready to submit for Level 1 status.

Lessons

Lesson 1: Genealogical Research Experience

Helpful links: For education suggestions go to Skill Building Resources. (Close window to return to this lesson.) To learn about resources and the “Important Record Types Lists” for your chosen region…

Lesson 3: Pedigree Chart

A pedigree chart showing only four generations in the study is required as part of the four-generation project. (This means only the four families in the study.) Your pedigree will…

Lesson 4: Family Group Records

At least four family group records (one for each generation represented on the pedigree chart) is required. If anyone on the pedigree was married more than once you must also…

Lesson 5: Research Calendars (Logs)

It is required that research calendars or logs be submitted as part of the four generation project. Your research calendars/logs will be evaluated based on the following criteria. Names of…

Lesson 6: Documents

Only Key documents referred to in the four-generation project need to be submitted with your project. Below outlines requirements for documents: Documents included original sources where possible. The documents should be…

Lesson 7: Technology

     The AG® professional is expected to be proficient with technology not only for research purposes but also for record keeping and report writing. ICAPGen measures the candidates technology proficiency through…

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