The following is available from the U3A National Research & Shared Learning Project.
There may be a limit to the numbers that can be on the course -
"I thought you might want to hear about these sessions, offered by Toni Neobard, a member with extensive family history research experience.
Each session is around 2 hours long (including a short break) and they are free. They are not basic skills but are intended for members who have done some basic family history searching already.
This is the description of the sessions, and bookings are for all 4 sessions
2pm Tues 2nd March 2021: Getting The Most From The Census
2pm Tues 9th March 2021: Breaking Down "Brick Walls"
2pm Tues 16th March 2021: Dating Old Family Photographs
2pm Tues 23d March 2021: Introduction To DNA for Family History
Contact Toni at firstname.lastname@example.org to make your booking"
Family History Group Leader
Sadly all the places have been allocated, so the course is not now available to new applicants.
I heard about the course through a third party, hence the delay in posting.
I am now on the mailing list and will be able to post without a delay.
Have you seen this? It might interest some of the Group Members. Perhaps a Zoom meeting to introduce it?