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GIS102B: GIS Workflows

In this course, you will acquire skills that will prepare you to perform the most common ArcGIS workflows. Primarily using ArcGIS for Desktop and ArcGIS Online, you will explore, manage, and analyze geographic data and create informative maps. The course covers techniques to effectively share your ArcGIS work with decision makers, colleagues, and the public.

  • Format: Instructor-Led Classroom or Online Course
  • ArcGIS Version used in Training: 10.2
Online Mode:
    • Duration:  20 hrs appx.
      • Theory: 6 days [ 6 Weekend days - Saturdays (1 hours per day) ]
      • Practical: Exercises will be provided for hands on with software which students will do in their time and can discuss the doubts in group session or individual sessions as convenient. ( appx 8 hrs hands on material)
      • Doubt clearing session for each exercise will be conducted ( appx. 4 hours total )
      • Additional 1 to 1 one session will be conducted with each student upto 1 hrs at their convenient time, if requested by student.
    • Custom schedule can be developed after discussion with the student based upon their needs
  • Price:  INR 12,000/-
  • ArcGIS Version used in Training: 10.2
Classroom Mode:
  • Duration:  3 Days ; 8 hrs/day.
    • Practical: Exercises will be provided for hands on with software which students will follow during the training with assistance provided by instructor.
    • Custom schedule can be developed after discussion with the student based upon their needs.
    • Price:  INR 18,000/-  

 

Audience

  • Individuals with introductory-level knowledge of GIS concepts and limited ArcGIS experience

Prerequisites


Completion of GIS102A or equivalent knowledge is required


Detailed Course content


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Learn how to  

  • Combine data from different sources to create accurate, informative maps.
  • Organize, create, and edit geographic data to maintain its accuracy.
  • Manage, symbolize, and label map layers to support visualization and data exploration.
  • Design an attractive page layout for maps that will be printed.
  • Apply a standard workflow to analyze GIS data and solve spatial problems.
  • Share maps and analysis results so they are easily accessible on desktop, web, and mobile devices.