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            Our Graduates            
The National Institute is proud to introduce our graduates!     

Listed below you will see the Certificate records we offer. By clicking a specific country, you will see the names of graduates from the Basic, Intermediate and Advanced levels of our program. We have also listed our graduates of the complete Certificate in Genealogical Studies.

We congratulate each one of them. Completing this program has shown their dedication to our chosen field...

Postnomial Designation: When a student successfully completes the 40 course Certificate in Genealogical Studies program, specializing in the records of a specific country, or the 12 course Certificate in Genealogical Studies-Librarianship program, The National Institute for Genealogical Studies awards the postnomial designation PLCGS (Professional Learning Certificate in Genealogical Studies).

SPECIALIZATION: to select the Certificate specialization areas, please click on the links below.

        • American Records
        • Australian Records
        • Canadian Records
        • DNA & Genetic Genealogy
        • Eastern European Records
        • English Records
        • German Records
        • Irish Records
        • Italian Certificate
        • Librarianship
        • Methodology
        • Professional Development
        • Scottish Records

Graduation Ceremonies Picture Gallery and Slide Shows
Graduation 2004-Karen Melville - Comments from Karen Melville, Director of Professional Development at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Information Studies, Professional Learning Centre
Graduation 2004-Pictures -
Graduation 2004-Presentation - The evening's Power Point presentation...

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