SLIG offers high-intermediate to advanced education and includes courses on methodology, standards, regional or ethnic group research, and DNA. All courses assume a working knowledge at an intermediate level or above. Course descriptions, outlines, and prerequisites will help determine if the course is for you.
Education & Training
The Utah Genealogical Association was established as a non-profit educational organisation by the State of Utah on September 25, 1971, and chartered on December 1, 1971, as a result. While the Association's interests span the globe, it still provides Utah-specific content of interest. It has no ties to any cult or political movement. President, 1st Vice-President, and 2nd Vice-President are all on the Executive Committee, and the Board of Governors oversees the organisation. Members of the Board are chosen by the Association's general membership and are in office for three years.