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GIS College Releases Updated Course Catalogue for 2014

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Monday, February 3rd 2014
GIS College | Brisbane, Australia


GIS College Releases Updated Course Catalogue for 2014

As we make headway into 2014, it’s that time of year for managers to start thinking about increasing their staff’s knowledge base through training.

To this end, GIS College has just released a new Course Catalogue for 2014, showcasing information on all of the GIS courses it delivers in one place.

You can find the brochure here.

The instructor-led courses, delivered across Australia, are offered in desktop GIS, web mapping, spatial databases and remote sensing, each one focusing on a single piece of software. ArcGIS, MapInfo, Google Earth, FME and other major types of software are covered, and different levels of expertise are catered for – from complete GIS beginners to experienced professionals.

And in addition to the standard courses listed, GIS College also delivers customised training courses to meet the specific needs of any organisation.

Need GIS training? Contact GIS College to ask a question or book training.

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