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Details on free FH Consultant Training at Rootstech 2011, and the devotional address from Elder Richard G. Scott, of the Quorum of the Twelve, on Saturday, February 12, 2011 at 11:00 AM in room 155. are located below.   Please read carefully.
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Thanks to all who came out and attended the classes and the devotional with Elder Scott.  The Powerpoint Slides and materials from the classes are now available on our newly updated website, which we are calling "Serving in Family History": it is currently found at [https://www.familysearch.org/consultant Consultant.FamilySearch.org]
  
You will need to follow the details that will be emailed to all consultants and family history workers who are registered at consultant.familysearch.org.  You will need to register at RootsTech.org in order to attend the consultant training or the devotional.  
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We will let you know here and via an email when the recorded webcast of Elder Scott's devotional becomes available.
  
Watch this page for more details.  Ask question on the discussion page, and most importantly set aside time to come be trained by FamilySearch employees.  
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We want the new "Serving in Family History" website to be the one place anyone with a calling, responsibility, or love of family history to go to get the latest information . Anyone who updates their profile on this site and selects a role from the pull-down list, will be able to also receive our regular email notices. &nbsp;Be sure to get your priesthood leaders to register.<br>
  
Here is what is happening for Family History Consultants at RootsTech:
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== Questions?  ==
  
= Free FH Consultant Training - [http://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=909603 Click here to Register]  =
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Open the Talk page associated with this page (menu on the right that says Talk) and post a question.  
  
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*Exhibit Hall 2, Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, UT
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*'''Consultant Training for 2011 Part I:'''&nbsp;&nbsp;“Family History Work, a Vital Resource in the Work of Salvation.” This class will discuss the newly released ''Leader’s Guide to Temple and Family History Work: To Turn the Hearts'', as well as new approaches to involve the ward council.
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*9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. (Immediately following the Keynote address, which you are invited to also attend and which starts in Room 155 at 8:30 a.m.)
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*'''Consultant Training for 2011 Part II:'''&nbsp;“Family History Centers and In-Person Assistance.” This will discuss the evolving role of family history centers and how to integrate them more in family history research. And,&nbsp;“Research Resources and Branching Out.” This goes over the latest developments in indexing, the research wiki, forums, and online training, and it discusses how these resources can best be utilized.<br>
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*Exhibit Hall 2, Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, UT
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*11:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon
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'''<u>Saturday, February 12, 2011</u>'''
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*'''<u></u>'''Exhibit Hall 2, Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, UT
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*'''Consultant Training for 2011 Part I:''' “Family History Work, a Vital Resource in the Work of Salvation.” This class will discuss the newly released Leader’s Guide to Temple and Family History Work: To Turn the Hearts, as well as new approaches to involve the ward council.
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*9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.&nbsp;(Immediately following the Keynote address, which you are invited to also attend and which starts in Room 155 at 8:30 a.m.)
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*'''Devotional Address: Elder Richard G. Scott, of the Quorum of the Twelve'''
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*11:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon
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*Room 155 (Where the Keynotes are given)
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*'''Please note:''' You must register for the free consultant training and select Saturday attendance, and then the devotional, in order to attend. You may bring a guest, but they must register as well. If on Saturday you are going only to the devotional then select "None" for the class registration and "yes" for the devotional. The registration code will be sent to you via email if you are a registered FH Consultant. Your guest may use the same code and register too, both for the training classes and the devotional.
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*'''Consultant Training for 2011 Part II:''' “Family History Centers and In-Person Assistance.” This will discuss the evolving role of family history centers and how to integrate them more in family history research. And, “Research Resources and Branching Out.” This goes over the latest developments in indexing, the research wiki, forums, and online training, and it discusses how these resources can best be utilized.
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*Exhibit Hall 2, Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, UT
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*12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
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<br> You MUST register in order to attend these classes. Even if you are a fully paid conference attendee. A badge will be required and checked at the door. [http://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=909603 Click here] to register, select the "FH Consultant Training Classes" option. The registration code will be sent via email the week of January 24th to all consultants who have registered their email at c[https://consultant.familysearch.org/consultant/regform.do onsultant.familysearch.org]. You will need to pick up your badge at the registration counter when you arrive at the Salt Palace, be sure to plan for enough time to do so.
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= Consultant Discount for Entire Conference  =
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For those FH Consultants who want to attend the entire conference there is a 50% discount available to you. If you have registered at consultant.familysearch.org then the code will be sent via email the week of January 24th, and you must register as a regular attendee with that code. If you do not receive the email please verify that you have registered as a consultant at that site.
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Latest revision as of 17:17, 17 July 2013

Thanks to all who came out and attended the classes and the devotional with Elder Scott.  The Powerpoint Slides and materials from the classes are now available on our newly updated website, which we are calling "Serving in Family History": it is currently found at Consultant.FamilySearch.org

We will let you know here and via an email when the recorded webcast of Elder Scott's devotional becomes available.

We want the new "Serving in Family History" website to be the one place anyone with a calling, responsibility, or love of family history to go to get the latest information . Anyone who updates their profile on this site and selects a role from the pull-down list, will be able to also receive our regular email notices.  Be sure to get your priesthood leaders to register.

Questions?

Open the Talk page associated with this page (menu on the right that says Talk) and post a question.


 

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