South Central Arc User Group


Established 1990

TRAINING CLASSES

conference registration required - One-Day Pass at minimum

ArcGIS Pro Tips & Tricks (ESRI 1/2 Day Workshop) - $150 | 1pm - 5pm | Directors Row V

Monday April 22, 2019

Course Description:

  • Whether you are just getting started with ArcGIS Pro or have been using a while, workshop will provide tips and tricks for getting the most out of your newest Desktop software
  • Explore the project oriented nature of ArcGIS Pro, 2D and 3D analysis workflows
  • Look at how ArcGIS Pro simplifies sharing your information on the web

Insights for ArcGIS: An Introduction  (ESRI 1/2 Day Workshop) - $150 | 1pm - 5pm | Directors Row IV

Monday April 22, 2019

Course Description:

  • Insights for ArcGIS extends the capability for spatial analysis for the ArcGIS Platform
  • A fusion of geographic visualization and data analysis that creates a new workflow for doing iterative spatial analysis and knowledge discovery
  • Learn how Insights unlocks the power of GIS with a modernized user experience

ArcGIS Pro: Essential Workflows (ESRI 2 Day Class) - $850 | 8am - 5pm | Directors Row V

Thursday April 25, 2019 - Friday April 26, 2019

Course Description:

  • Organize, create and edit geographical data
  • Manage, symbolize, and label map layers
  • Analyze GIS data and solve spatial problems
  • Share maps and analysis results

Field Data Collection & Management Using ArcGIS (ESRI 2 Day Class) - $850 | 8am - 5pm | Directors Row IV

Thursday April 25, 2019 - Friday April 26, 2019

Course Description:

  • Learn how to efficiently collect accurate data that supports real-time decision making
  • Create field data management workflows that support data collection from the office to the field, in the field, and back to the office
  • Best practices to configure and deploy ArcGIS field-productivity apps to meet your data-collection needs
  • Learn how to use your own iOS or Android device to complete some course exercises

Editing in ArcGIS Pro (Non ESRI 2 Day Class) - $500 | 8am - 5pm | Directors Row II

Thursday April 25, 2019 - Friday April 26, 2019

Course Description:

  • Basic Editing (Creating Geodatabases and Feature Classes; Editing Workflow; Drawing new features; Editing Attributes; Snapping
  • Incorporating Historical Data (Georeferencing an Image)
  • Feature Templates (Create Features Window; Feature Template Creation; Filtering and Grouping; Searching; Feature Templates for Editing Attributes; Creating and Using Group Templates)
  • Editing Tools (Sketch Creation Tools; Copy and Paste; Feature Construction Tools; Construction Methods; Best Practices, Tips and Tricks
  • Modifying Tables (Edit Attributes Manually; Edit Multiple Features; Edit Table; Field Calculator; Calculator Geometry)
  • Map Topology (What is Topology?); Map vs. Geodatabase Topology; Setting Up a Map Topology; Using Map Topology in an Edit Session)
  • Advanced Editing (Advances Editing Tools; Traverse Tools; Geoprocessing Tools)

GISP Test Prep Class (Non ESRI 2 Day Class) - $400 | 8am - 5pm | Directors Row I

Thursday April 25, 2019 - Friday April 26, 2019

Course Description:

  • GISP Certification Overview – The GISP Certification Process
  • GISCI Geospatial Core Technical Knowledge Exam Overview – Basic overview of the exam (Registering for the exam; How the exam is administered and how the exam is scored)
  • KA1: Geospatial Conception Foundation - Review of essential geospatial concepts. (Spatial relationships; Spatial data models; Change detection, managing geographic data uncertainty; Earth geometry, including geoids, ellipsoids, and spheres; Georeferencing systems, including coordinate systems, projections, and horizontal and vertical datums)
  • KA2: Cartography and Visualization – Review of mapping and visualization concepts and best practices (Contour mapping; Basic physical geography; Data collection methods impact on map design; Thematic mapping and other graphic representation techniques; Map design; Classification and symbolization techniques)
  • KA3: GIS Design Aspects and Data Modeling – Review of GIS design. (Data exchange procedures; Data security; Database administration; Systems architecture and design; The enterprise environment; Database schemas and domains; Digital file management; Database design; Database structure; Geospatial data structure; Benefits and shortcomings of the various GIS application formats (i.e. desktop, cloud, server, etc.); GIS hardware and software capabilities; Data models)
  • KA4: GIS Analytical Methods – Review of basic geometric and mathematical principles on which GIS is based. (Overlay analysis; Planar geometry; Algebraic formulas; Basic statistics; Programming concepts; Raster/vector principles; Map scales; Units of measurement)
  • KA5: Data Manipulation – Review of the data types and the considerations involved in data conversation and transfer. (Attribute and spatial queries; Geospatial data types; Field types; Data relationships; Data collection, transfer, and conversion; Data accuracy, resolution, and precision)
  • KA6: Geospatial Data – Review of geospatial data types and basic geomatics. (Metadata standards; Quality control vs. quality assurance; Data archiving and retrieval; Geoprocessing data (join, merge, etc.); Basic geomatics; Basic field data collection procedures and GPS technology


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