Registering with FamilySearch as a Consultant
Registering with FamilySearch as a consultant allows
• access to family history training and other resources for leaders and family history consultants.
• emails from the Church’s Family History Department that keeps consultants up to date with what is happening in Family History in the church.
Instructions for registering with FamilySearch as a consultant
• Go to https://familysearch.org/consultant/
• Sign in with your LDS Account
• The first item on the Welcome page is called Core Training
Registering on FamilySearch Family Tree
1. Go to http://www.familysearch.org/invite/familytree_tab.
2. Enter the required information in the fields provided.
Important: When you enter your user name and password, enter the same user name and password
that you use on familysearch.org and new.familysearch.org.
This lets you see your FamilySearch Family Tree and all of your changes as they appear
in new.familysearch.org in the FamilySearch Family Tree.
3. Click Register. The FamilySearch FamilySearch Family Tree appears.
You are in the main position on the screen.
To get to the FamilySearch Family Tree from now on, go to http://www.familysearch.org, and sign in.
The link to the Family Tree appears in the upper-left corner of the screen, next to the FamilySearch logo.
Study Appropriate Manuals and Materials. (available online and at Distribution)
• Handbook 2: Section 5.4: Learn how High Priest Group Leaders and Family History Consultants aid the ward council’s efforts to encourage temple and family history work in the ward.
• Family History Consultant’s Guide to Temple and Family History Work
• Leader’s Guide to Temple and Family History Work (PDF) “To Turn the Hearts”
• Watch the 38 minute video: To Turn the Hearts: Featured Version (DVD available with the Leader’s Guide at distribution) More video training online and on the DVD is also valuable to “catch the vision”.
• A Member’s Guide to Temple and Family History Work. For the Sunday School Class [being rewritten]
• Instructor’s Guide to Temple and Family History Work For the Sunday School Class [being rewritten]