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March 10th, 2014
Queensland Globe Roadshow: Coming to a training room near you!

For information on course content, location and dates, visit the Queensland Globe Training website: http://queenslandglobe.com.au.

The half-day workshop is aimed primarily at non-GIS and non-technical staff within both Local and State Government who wish to learn about Queensland Globe and how it can benefit their department. The workshop is hands-on – computers provided – and delivered by highly experienced trainers.

Based in Google Earth, Queensland Globe is part of the Government’s Open Data Initiative and gives both Government staff, the public and GIS professionals a fantastic tool to visualise spatial data from across Queensland. Data includes boundaries, land parcels, schools, wildlife, habitats, geology, floods, transport routes and much more.

Bookings can be made by visiting http://queenslandglobe.com.au/training-schedule-map. The workshop costs $250 + GST per person, with a training pack and morning or afternoon tea included.

Questions? Contact Training Coordinator Rachelle Broad: rachelle.broad@gispeople.com.au; 0449 514 495.