This 2 day course introduces the use of GIS using the Open Source GIS solution, QGIS. QGIS is a free desktop GIS, and provides the same GIS functionality as commercial desktop GIS solutions such as ArcGIS or MapInfo. QGIS is completely free.
We’d recommend using QGIS if you have a small number of GIS users in your organisation who need access to more complex functionality offered by a typical desktop GIS.
The course is taught by means of tutor-led teaching and hands-on exercises, and will quickly get you up to speed with GIS using QGIS. Attendees should have basic IT knowledge, but prior knowledge of GIS is not necessary.
Attending this course entitles delegates to receive 4 CPD points towards their continual Professional Development under the Association for Geographic Information (AGI) Chartered Geographer scheme.
This course is most suitable for:
Module 1: Introducing Open Source GIS
Module 2: Getting started with QGIS
Module 3: Starting on Data
Module 4: Symbology
Module 5: Selections
Module 6: Printing
Module 7: Editing
Module 8: Enhanced Symbology
Module 9: Geoprocessing
Module 10: Analysis
Cost: £450 (exc VAT)
Duration: 2 days
Venue: thinkWhere, Stirling.
CPD Points: 8
What Our Clients Say...
"QGIS gives us all the functionality we are likely to need, with none of the associated costs. The thinkWhere training ensured that I left the course ready to immediately start using QGIS in the office."
Research & Corpus Planning Manager