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September 11th, 2013
GIS College: Providing Australia with Customisable Geospatial Training

Range of courses

The library of 16 courses (so far, with further expansion expected) is featured on their new website, and covers a wide range of geospatial software training, including for desktop (ArcGIS, MapInfo), web-mapping and spatial databases. All levels of GIS expertise are catered for, with some courses aimed at novices and others at geospatial professionals who need a skills update. The courses are delivered by highly qualified GIS experts from academia and industry.

Customisable training

GIS College’s unique selling point is its ability to provide clients with fully customisable training by using the client’s own data and workflows. This method of using company-specific examples and familiar datasets provides a much greater, personalised level of understanding to the staff undertaking the training.

For more information visit the GIS College website: www.giscollege.com.au