Membership is open to experienced or suitably-qualified genealogists and researchers in archives, currently practising in Scotland.
What is involved?
There are two classes of membership:
Probationer: Researchers who have a certain amount of experience, but perhaps feel that they need more, are encouraged to join us as probationers. Applicants will be required to submit samples of their own work. The probationary period runs for two years, after which time it is expected that a probationer apply for full membership.
Full member: More experienced applicants are invited to join as full members. Applicants will be asked to submit samples of work for assessment.
All applicants will be required to submit reports which demonstrating a good knowledge of sources, an ability to interpret findings and to present material in a logical, readable and professional form.
Benefits of membership
- Recognition: Have your expertise and experience recognised; ASGRA has been established since 1981 and membership shows you meet its high and established standards.
- New Commissions: Gain new Clients; our web site is widely visited. you can benefit from being listed in our members section.
- Discounts: Through our partnership with AGRA, ASGRA members are entitled certain benefits, which will be explained on application for membership.
- Members Forum: Join the members on line discussion group to collaborate with other AGRA/ASGRA professionals.
- Newsletter: Members receive the free quarterly newsletter.
For details of membership and to apply online, please visit ourOr write to:
Janet M Bishop,
259 Broad Street,
Fife KY4 8LG
stating how many years you have been engaged in full or part-time professional research. Please give your postal address so that a Membership Application Package can be sent to you.