Course Duration:  6 Hours

Course Overview

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COURSE TOPICS 

DURATION  

1

Overview: 

2 hour

Business Insight and Market Development Response

2 hours

3

Location Intelligence 

2 hours 

4

Geo-Spatial Analytics

2 hours 

5

Web and Mobile GIS

2 hours

6

Analyst Tools

2 hours

7

Case Study: 

  1. Customer Analysis

  2. Location Advantage 

  3. Potential Customers

  4. Competition Analysis 

2 hours

8

Final Project and Certification Exam 


  1. Target Audience:   The course is designed for anyone who requires an understanding of basic concepts of marketing.   The training is intended to introduce non-experts or experts in marketing to understand how to use GIS tools in solving problems in marketing.

  1. Overview:  All markets have spatial dimensions, customers have addresses, shopping patterns, distribution centers, coverage areas and travel modes. Getting to understand the spatial dimension of marketing analysis can enhance a firm’s ability to better serve its customers, improve reach and most importantly have a competitive advantage in the market.  All of this can be achieved using GIS tools and its capabilities.  Hence, participants will be exposed to GIS concepts, tools, and methods in understanding consumer behavior, spatial intelligence or insights into marketing data, marketing analysis, create, maps, chart, graph for data visualization. Emphasis will be placed on the use of case studies and software applications in marketing

  1. Learning Objectives: 

This course seeks to:

  1. Identify market capabilities and use cases of market analysis tools;

  2. Enhance spatial insight into marketing data; 

  3. Explore potentials through visualization and mapping as a marketing strategy; 

  4. Utilize location intelligence and Geographic Information Systems technology for planning, design and implementation in marketing.

  5. Enhance communication capabilities in marketing reports and presentation.

  1. Learning Outcomes 

By the end of this course, participants should be able to:

  1. Explain market analysis capabilities and use cases of market analysis tools; 

  2. Utilize GIS tools for mapping, analysis and information display;

  3. Integrate spatial insight into marketing strategy; 

Deploy location intelligence and Geographic Information Systems technology for marketing.

Course Duration:  12 hours
Course Overview

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COURSE TOPICS 

DURATION  

1

Overview

2 hour

GIS for Emergency Response Video


3

Location Intelligence 

2 hours 

4

Geo-Spatial Analytics

2 hours 

5

Web and Mobile GIS

2 hours

6

Analyst Tools

2 hours

7

Case Study: 2011 Ibadan Flood 

2 hours

8

Final Project and Certification Exam 


  1. Target Audience:   The course is designed for anyone who requires an understanding of basic concepts of disaster recovery and project management in an integrated context.   The training is intended to introduce non experts to the use of GIS for Emergency Response.

 

  1. Overview:  After a disaster, as soon as the threat has passed, recovery and rebuilding should start within a community in a systematic approach. Emergency response concepts and GIS tools become useful in driving this disaster management phase. Each post disaster scenario is unique in the context of spatial-temporal constraints, challenges and opportunities hence the recovery initiative may be most effectively handled as a project.  Hence, this course will expose participants to concepts, tools, and methods for planning, designing, executing, evaluating and monitoring emergency activities designed for the restoration of communities and systems affected by natural hazards or disasters. Emphasis will be placed on the use of GIS in post disaster recovery.

  1. Mode of Training: Online classes 

To complete exercises, you need the following:

  • ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro

  • Global Positioning System GPS

  • Internet Connectivity

  1. Learning Objectives: 

The course seeks to enable learning about:

  1. the concepts, and theories of GIS tools applicable to Emergency response;

  2. Cross-disciplinary problem-solving techniques in Emergency response projects leverage; 

  3.  The use of location intelligence and Geographic Information Systems technology for planning, design and implementation of disaster recovery project system.

  4. Collaborations, Innovations, communication and knowledge-sharing in emergency management and response.

  1. Learning Outcomes 

By the end of the course, participants should be able to:

  1. Explain the concepts, theories, and GIS tools in Emergency recovery; 

  2. Analyze cross-disciplinary problem-solving techniques in emergency recovery projects

  3. Develop basic emergency network system for emergency recovery; 

Design implementation framework for collaboration and knowledge transfer in Emergency recovery projects management.

Course Duration:  12 hours

Course Overview

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COURSE TOPICS 

DURATION  

1

Overview

2 hour

GIS Application  in  Public Health and Safety Video


3

Location Intelligence 

2 hours 

4

Geo-Spatial Analytics

2 hours 

5

Web and Mobile GIS

2 hours

6

Analyst Tools

2 hours

7

Case Study: Covid-19 intervention in Oyo State

2 hours

8

Final Project and Certification Exam 


  1. Target Audience:  The course is designed for anyone who requires an understanding of basic concepts of the application of the Geographic Information Systems GIS concepts for Public Health and Safety. Participants will get a hands-on experience of using GIS technology for solving Public Health and Safety issues.  

  1. Overview: This course will provide insight into spatial techniques for Public Health and Safety. It will equip participants to use GIS tools and datasets for day-to-day Public Health and Safety operations.

  1. Learning Objectives: 

The course seeks to enable learning about the:

  1. Concepts and theories of GIS in the context of public health.

  2. Cross-disciplinary problem solving techniques in Public Health and Safety; 

  3. Use of location intelligence and Geographic Information Systems technology to understand relationships, patterns and trend in Public health and safety.

  4. Collaborations, Innovations, communication and knowledge-sharing in Public Health and Safety. 


  1. Learning Outcomes 

By the end of the course participants should be able to:

  1. Explain the concepts, and theories of GIS in the context of public health and health; 

  2. Utilize GIS tools for mapping, analysis and information display;

  3. Analyze cross-disciplinary problem solving techniques  in GIS and Public Health and Safety;

  4. Develop basic GIS enabled Public Health and Safety Management Systems; 

  5. Deploy location intelligence and Geographic Information Systems technology for Public Health and Safety.