- ArcPy (with ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Desktop);
- ArcGIS Pro 1.4 (1.3, 1.2, 1.1 and 1.0);
- ArcGIS Desktop 10.5 (10.4, 10.3, 10.2, 10.1 and 10.0);
- ArcGIS Online
- Story Maps; and
- Family HiStory Mapping (using ArcGIS Online and Story Maps; or ArcGIS Desktop and ArcPy).
Our philosophy is to help you be successful in your business and its projects, by empowering your staff.
Consulting assignments and volunteer support for the GIS Stack Exchange results in many ideas for just-in-time eLearning video tutorials that your staff can use to learn/refresh specific topics when and where it is convenient for them to do so, without having to wait for an instructor-led course to be organised that may cover much more than they actually need at that time.
These courses (some FREE) are delivered on the Discover Spatial platform and can be purchased individually, or as part of Tips & Tricks Bundles for ArcGIS Pro, ArcMap, ArcPy/Python (with ArcGIS Pro) and ArcPy/Python (with ArcMap). Bundles provide great value because, not only are they much cheaper than buying their included courses individually, but as they grow, with the addition of new courses, and their price increases, their early adopters gain that benefit at no extra cost.
ArcGIS Pro instructor-led training
This course is ideal for those who have been using ArcMap, or are new to ArcGIS Desktop, and wish to very quickly become familiar with the new ArcGIS Pro application of ArcGIS Desktop. The course focuses on how to use ArcGIS Pro for mapping, editing and geoprocessing workflows using mainly Australian (often Queensland) datasets.
For that and other instructor-led courses from now until 30 June 2017 the Training Schedule is available here.
If you have three or more students interested, then conducting training Onsite may be the best and most economical model for your organisation, and training that way can be offered around Australia (or overseas). Training for just two students or even one can usually be arranged for very reasonable rates!
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