There are many different types of genealogists that can help you with your genealogy project. Various genealogists may specialize in particular areas of genealogy, including forensics, probate, adoption cases, and more. In addition to these various areas of expertise, different genealogists will likely have different levels of training and experience, as well.
Accredited genealogists are required to undergo rigorous tests to ensure their level of competence. These kinds of genealogists are required to test at 3 individual levels, ensuring that they retain the highest, most current skills to aid in the completion of your genealogy project. Many accredited genealogists have related college degrees, commonly in fields like history or other areas.
Certified genealogists are required to demonstrate their ability to meet research and ethical standards. Certification programs are available in an array of places in order to help genealogists achieve this rank. There are many more certification programs than genealogy-specific undergraduate programs.
There are multiple types of genealogists and finding the ideal genealogist for your situation can help you complete your project as successfully as possible. If you are having difficulties with your genealogy research, you may want to consider searching for a genealogist that specializes in areas related to your ancestry.
Here at Heritage Consulting, we have experienced and professional genealogists to help you complete your genealogy project. Several of our genealogists hold degrees in fields that aid with genealogy research. Additionally, our genealogists have a wide array of specializations and language fluencies that enable them to effectively complete research in many different countries. We strive to provide you with all of the resources that you need to help you complete your genealogy project as effectively as possible.
Finding the right genealogist can help significantly simplify your genealogy project. We have many experienced genealogists that specialize in several different fields. To learn more about finding the right genealogist for your project, contact us today!