Platform for starters in the geo sector

200 courses, 20 online supports, 60 moocs,

10 work to work trajectories,

30 trainees

Course: GIS

Description

The GIS course lasts 6 days and costs € 1995.

Because geographical information comes within the reach for everyone thanks to technical developments, Geo-ICT applications have a strategic function in various sectors. It concerns object-oriented 2D and 3D information, so that it can also be exchanged and linked with all kinds of other information.

Material

You will receive the frequently used course books for QGIS, ArcGIS and FME.

Study load

During the course, you can borrow a laptop with ArcGIS Pro on it. The duration of the course is 3 weeks and you will also receive assignments home. In addition to the 6 days of lessons from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., you should expect about 6 to 10 hours of self-study per week.

Certificate

After this course, you receive an certificate from Geo-ICT Training Center, The Netherlands.

Daily schedule

This day you will receive a complete overview of the package. The entire user interface is run through so that you quickly know your way around. The following topics will certainly be covered in this first day: general use of QGIS, adding layers, presentation and plot settings, visualizing geodata, text labels, thematic presentations, exchange with other systems such as Office, use of National Geo Register and other Catalog Services, Access WMS services and use public WMS and Tiling services, search and retrieve alphanumeric data, PDOK, Openstreet Maps. Various queries and analyzes can be released on a well-filled GIS database. That is the power of GIS. Doing analyzes and visualizing the results. During this day you will gain knowledge of and insight into the structuring of spatial information in grid models and vector models.

On the basis of various issues and practical applications, it is clarified how GIS analyzes can contribute to providing or obtaining information about spatial issues. The student practices with overlay analyzes and buffer analyzes, and proximity analyzes. You will also learn to mutate existing geometry and draw new geometry. You create map layers and you draw objects yourself. For example, you learn to read CAD files and copy lines into a GIS layer with which you will then create GIS objects. You will then learn to link administrative data to these GIS objects. You will also learn to make (bulk) mutations on GIS objects. This is how you build a GIS file from other sources. Storing GIS data in a database such as PostGreSQL is also discussed.

This day you will receive a complete overview of the package. The entire user interface is run through so that you quickly know your way around. The following topics will certainly be covered in this first day: general use of QGIS, adding layers, presentation and plot settings, visualizing geodata, text labels, thematic presentations, exchange with other systems such as Office, use of National Geo Register and other Catalog Services, Access WMS services and use public WMS and Tiling services, search and retrieve alphanumeric data, PDOK, Openstreet Maps. Various queries and analyzes can be released on a well-filled GIS database. That is the power of GIS. Doing analyzes and visualizing the results. During this day you will gain knowledge of and insight into the structuring of spatial information in grid models and vector models.

On the basis of various issues and practical applications, it is clarified how GIS analyzes can contribute to providing or obtaining information about spatial issues. The student practices with overlay analyzes and buffer analyzes, and proximity analyzes. You will also learn to mutate existing geometry and draw new geometry. You create map layers and you draw objects yourself. For example, you learn to read CAD files and copy lines into a GIS layer with which you will then create GIS objects. You will then learn to link administrative data to these GIS objects. You will also learn to make (bulk) mutations on GIS objects. This is how you build a GIS file from other sources. Storing GIS data in a database such as PostGreSQL is also discussed.

Are you dealing with a large number of GIS or CAD formats and sources? Do you want to be able to visualize and convert them in a simple way? Complex conversions can be performed via the FME transformers and the definition of rules. In this day you will get an overview of the entire package and you will start with a number of simple conversion exercises.

During this day we will load different data formats into FME. We can then inspect the data with the Data Inspector. If necessary, we can manipulate our data with various transformations. We can choose the format to which we want to translate our data. We are going to work with readers and writers. These ensure that we can read and write data. We use so-called transformers to convert data.

  • Registration

    Group discount

    If you register several students for this course, a discount of 25% on the 2nd student, 50% on the 3rd student and 75% on the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th student.

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