Consultant Training at RootsTech 2011

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Watch this page for more 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.
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Watch this page for more 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.  
  
You must follow the details that will be emailed to all consultants and family history workers who are registered at consultant.familysearch.org.  You must register at RootsTech.org in order to attend the consultant training or the devotional.
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You must follow the details that will be emailed to all consultants and family history workers who are registered at consultant.familysearch.org.  You must register at RootsTech.org in order to attend the consultant training or the devotional.  
  
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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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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Watch this page for more 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.

You must follow the details that will be emailed to all consultants and family history workers who are registered at consultant.familysearch.org.  You must register at RootsTech.org in order to attend the consultant training or the devotional.

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.