Training resources on lds.org
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Training Resources for Family History Callings on LDS.org
The purpose of this page is to create one place where those who have family history callings in their Wards and Branches, Stakes and Districts, can come here and find links to helpful resources on LDS.org.
There will be changes to LDS.org and these links may change (break), so it will be up to the community of consultants and Family History Center workers to help us keep these links up to date and active.
For a page to find resources on other web sites, other than LDS.org, please click here.
Remember, all material on LDS.org has been correlated and approved, that will not be the case for the resources on the other sites.
FamilySearch site for general resources and to sign up for emails
This site will allow you to sign-in, using your LDS Account, and access information and materials created by FamilySearch staff. The most important part is that there is a My Preferences tab where you can choose your calling (pick any, but when you sign in it will present you only materials relevant to that calling), update your email address, opt-in for regular email updates, or remove yourself from the list.
Resources for Family History Consultants
While in the future LDS.org will have a separate site for consultant training, for now there is a Serving in the Church, Temple and Family History landing page that will take you to either the general resources page above, the Leader Resources page below, or the Youth site, below. This will change over time.
Resources for Family History Center workers
While the general resources site, above, has information for Center Directors, there is no single place for Center Workers. You may find that the training resources for family history research on FamilySearch.org will be helpful.
Resources for High Priests Group Leader/Priesthood Leaders
Resources for Youth and Young Single Adults
LDS.org has a dedicated site for Youth.
A part of that site is dedicated to Family History for Youth, and includes messages from Elder David A. Bednar, and Success Stories and Testimonies from youth from around the world. It is vailable in 10 languages.