GIS 110 is an in-person and Instructor led course. Participants will be introduced to the fundamentals of GIS that will equip them to process spatial data, work with GPSs and also create beautiful digital maps.



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Course code

Courses

1

GIS 111

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

2

GIS 112

Spatial Data Processing 

3

GIS 113

Global Positioning System GPS And Data Management

4

GIS 114

Map Making and Cartography 


GIS 111: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

  1. Introduction

GIS 110 Location Intelligence is an on-site, instructor led course and participants will learn the fundamentals of GIS, be able to process spatial data, work with GPS and also create beautiful digital maps is a course where participants will be introduced to the fundamentals of GIS that will equip them to process spatial data, work with GPS and also create beautiful digital maps.

  1. Mode of Training

To complete exercises, you need the following:

  • ArcGIS Desktop

  • Global Positioning System GPS

  • Printer/Plotter


  1. Learning Objectives

After completing this course, participants will be able to

  • Understand the fundamentals of GIS,

  • How to process spatial data,

  • Work with GPS 

  • Create digital maps


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COURSE CODE

COURSES

1

GIS 211

Managing Tabular Data

2

GIS 212

Creating Reports And Charts

3

GIS 213

Geoprocessing Tools 

4

GIS 214

Utility Suite: Google Earth


  1. Introduction

Geoprocessing is a GIS operation used to manipulate GIS data. A typical geoprocessing operation takes an input dataset, performs an operation on that dataset, and returns the result of the operation as an output dataset. Common geoprocessing operations include geographic feature overlay, feature selection and analysis, topology processing, raster processing, and data conversion. Geoprocessing allows for definition, management, and analysis of information used to form decisions.

 

  1. Mode of Training

GIS 210 is an in-person and Instructor led course. Participants will be introduced to managing tabular data, creating reports/charts, geoprocessing tools and Google Earth.

  1. Learning Objectives

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Manage Tabular Data

  2. Create Reports/Charts 

  3. Use Geoprocessing Tools 

  4. Use Google Earth.


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Courses

1

GIS 311

Fundamentals of Remote Sensing and Space Exploration

2

GIS 312

  Digital Image Analysis

3

GIS 313

  Data Collection 

4

GIS 314

Surface Terrain Analysis

 

  1. Introduction

GIS 310 is an in-person and Instructor led course. Participants will be introduced to Fundamentals of Remote Sensing, Digital Image Analysis, Data Collection, Land Use/Land Cover Classification, Terrain and Hydrological Analysis

  1. Mode of Training

To complete exercises, you need the following:

  • ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro

  • Internet Connectivity

  1. Learning Objectives

After completing this course, participants will understand:

  1. Fundamentals of Remote Sensing

  2. Digital Image Analysis

  3. Data Collection

  4. Surface Terrain Analysis 

    1. Land use / Landcover Classification

    2. Terrain and Hydrological Analysis


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Courses

1

GIS 411

Introduction Web and Mobile Apps

2

GIS 412

Field Data Collections

3

GIS 413

Visualization

4

GIS 414

Customization and Analytics

  1. Introduction

GIS 410 is an online course. Participants will be introduced to field data collections, visualization, customization and analytics on web and mobile GIS platforms.

  1. Mode of Training

To complete exercises, you need the following:

  • ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro

  • Internet Connectivity

  1. Learning Objectives

After completing this course, participants will be able to create and use:

  1. Analytics

    1. Insight

    2. Field Data Collections 

  2. Geoform

    1. Survey123 

  3. Visualization

    1. Story Maps

    2. Dashboards

  4. Customization

    1. Widgets