Certified Saskatchewan Researcher
|This course provides candidates with in-depth knowledge about further record sources of value to the family historian. The course consists of a classroom session plus ten self-directed assignments that require actual visits and use of records in such agencies as the Land Titles Office and the Surrogate Court. Part of each assignment is a report of what the records are, why they were created and how one would use them to benefit a research problem. Each candidate is expected to donate twenty hours of volunteer time to helping family researchers in the SGS Library. Another expectation is that they write a major article on one facet of research which will be published in the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society Bulletin. Each candidate prepares their own research guides for each of the ten assignments.
Certified Saskatchewan Researcher Course