GIS Mapping – Introduction / Intermediate

We can also deliver using client’s preferred software by prior agreement. We will show you how to navigate maps and start adding  data and importing information from existing databases.

GIS Mapping Training Course
Certification:
BigRock Certificate
Level:
Introduction / Intermediate
Course Type:
175
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20-05-2019

21-05-2019

09:30

16:30

Belfast

£395 +VAT

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GIS Mapping – Introduction / Intermediate

Description

In this BigRockDesigns’ GIS Mapping course learn to build and construct data, maps and models. The main features common to all GIS products are covered. We can also deliver using client’s preferred software by prior agreement. We will show you how to navigate maps and start adding data and importing information from existing databases. Learn to edit individual map elements, connect to advanced geospatial sources. We demonstrate the finer points of working with vector vs. raster data, and how to format your map to allow easy interpretation, including features such as legend, scale bar and annotations.

Requirements

This course can be successfully completed by anyone with a standard level of ICT knowledge and skills.

What is the target audience?

You want to learn in details of GIS mapping and how it can improve your decision-making.

Modules

  • - What is GIS (Geographic Information System)
  • - Organising your Map
  • - Using Data Layers
  • - Using Vector Data
  • - Using Raster Data
  • - Formatting Your Map
  • - Generating Data
  • - Varying Views of the Map
  • - Targeting Map Elements
  • - What is Geospatial Data
  • - Geo-processing Explained
  • - Using the ModelBuilder
  • - Completing Your Map
Course Exam & Certificates
BigRockDesigns' Certificate of Completion

Certificate of Completion presented to all learners who have completed our courses.

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