Intermediate GIS Concepts – September 13-15, 2017

Intermediate GIS Concepts – September 13-15, 2017
Event on 2017-09-13 08:30:00
Overview ArcGIS has much more functionality than simple map display and navigation. It has many tools for collecting, creating, and analyzing data. This three-day class teaches finer skills for using ArcGIS. See how to connect information between tables and mark locations on the map. Practice managing data files, creating new data, and putting the data to work to generate answers to questions. Audience This class is for those who already know the basics of ArcGIS and want to expand their skills with the software and with GIS in general. Topics Covered Day 1 GIS Data Sources GIS data on the Web Esri and vendor datasets ArcGIS Online ArcMap review Projection Basics Spatial reference issues Spatial reference Spatial reference and ArcGIS Setting the projection of data Rasters Raster data types Raster display properties Image analysis window Clipping a raster Joins and Relates Using tables in ArcMap Table relationships Attribute joins Relates Spatial joins Day 2 Bringing Data into ArcGIS Georeferencing scanned images Importing various data types Creating GIS Data GIS data types File creation Attribute definitions Beginner Editing Editing workflow Tips and tricks Sketch creation tools Feature construction tools Construction methods Advanced Editing Managing feature templates Editing tips and tricks Map topology Day 3 Geoprocessing Tools Geoprocessing defined Geoprocessing menu tools ArcToolbox Geoprocessing options Labeling Features Label basics Label styles Label expressions Label classes ArcMap Tools Accessing tools Tools toolbar Other toolbars Graphs and reports Advanced Layouts Aligning map elements Clipping a data frame Grids and graticules Inset maps Data Driven Pages Exporting to PDF Prerequisites and Recommendations Students should have knowledge of Microsoft Windows® and be familiar with the basic use of ArcGIS, including the topics covered in Fundamentals of ArcGIS. What You Will Receive 22.5 hours of instruction from a CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT). Use of a student PC while in class, with appropriate GIS software and access to training data. A TeachMeGIS student workbook (to keep) which includes the lecture slides, exercises, and a DVD of the training data. Upon completion, a signed completion certificate which will indicate the CEUs (2.25) and GISCI points (0.5625) earned. KCGIS Center’s “30-for-30 Support Plan”—30 minutes of one-on-one instructor phone support for up to 30 days after class completion. This is our commitment to you to help ensure that you can apply your new GIS skills successfully. Our Students Speak “I liked that there were a lot of examples along the way. I also liked how the examples started fresh with each lesson. In the past, I've been in an environment where the examples built on each other, so if you made a small mistake early in the class, it was difficult to fix later on." “Very good class. We covered a lot of material, but the instructor managed to cover it in adequate depth and keep it engaging." “This class far exceeded my expectations, boosted my confidence in using ArcMap, and is one I recommend as a model for our other training." "Well put together, informative, comfortable, helpful, great!"   KCGIS Training Terms and Conditions By registering for one of our classes, you agree to our Terms and Conditions; you may review them here:    King County Employees: King Co. Employees are eligible for a discounted rate. Please visit  "How to Register for KCGIS Training".  State of Washington Employees: Visit your Human Resources Training and Development "How to Register" web page. Attention – Veterans with GI Bill Benefits: Selected programs of study at the King County GIS Center are approved by the Washington State Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board’s State Approving Agency (WTECB/SAA) for enrollment of veterans and eligible beneficiaries under Title 38 and Title 10, USC. For more information on GI Bill benefits see (external link). If you intend to use your GI Bill Veterans education benefits, indicate so on the registration payment page and send your USVA Enrollment Certificate to 

at King Street Center
201 S. Jackson St. , Room: 7289 Computer Training Room (located in the 7th floor elevator lobby)
Seattle, United States

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