One of the premier genealogy events of the year, the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy begins Monday, 9 January 2006 at 7:00 am and concludes Friday, 13 January 2006 at 9:00 pm. Classes begin Monday morning following the breakfast. Check-in will be available on Sunday evening and Monday morning. Tuition for all students includes the Monday breakfast, Monday evening social, Tuesday 7pm speaker, and Friday evening banquet.
For five days you will be taught by some of the best genealogists in the country. Select one of nine courses for a comprehensive learning and practicing experience. The Institute is only one block from the largest genealogy library in the world, the Family History Library. Most courses cover 20 hours of instruction.
Ranging from the Advanced Methodology Course to individualized Genealogical Problem Solving; from Power Tools for Internet Genealogy to going Beyond the Records of the Family History Library, there is up-to-date training for everyone. You should reserve your place now.
If you happen to be in Salt Lake during that time but cannot afford the entire day off, there are evening classes open to all, but you must register before hand. You may register online.
To register, or for more information, visit http://www.infouga.org/slc.aspx