Northwest Environmental Training Center presents: Introduction to ArcGIS 9 and Environmental Applications of GIS Course ID: GIS-403 December 12 - 14, 2006, 8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. (3 Days) ExecuTrain San Francisco 210 Spear Street San Francisco, CA 94105 Instructors: Dr. Cherie Northon and Dr. Thomas Eley, Mapping Solutions, Inc. Description: This 3-day hands-on class introduces participants to the environmental applications of ESRI's ArcGIS 9 software. Beginning with a discussion of general concepts and vocabulary, the course will move into teaching basic ArcGIS 9 functionality. Each participant will have their own computer workstation to create, edit, display and analyze real world environmental data during numerous hands-on exercises. On the third day, participants will be given an opportunity to become more proficient with their skills by applying their knowledge to more complex and in- depth projects. Course Sessions: Overview of ArcCatalog and ArcMap Manipulating Tables Connecting to Data Creating Tables Adding Layers Mapping Buffers Working with Geographic Features Symbolization Feature Attributes within a Data Frame Adding Database Features Querying and Selecting Geographic Features Layouts and Printing Maps Editing Features Basic On-Screen Digitizing/Georeferencing Working With CAD Drawings Intro to Spatial Analyst Extension Creating Summary Charts Intro to 3D Analyst Extension After completing this course, participants will be able to: Apply a Conceptual Overview of GIS and Spatial Analysis to Environmental Data Understand and Utilize the Fundamental Capabilities ArcGIS 9 Conduct Overlay Analysis Create Intersects, Buffers, Unions and Clips using the Geoprocessing Wizard Measure Spatial Relationships between Layers of Geographic Data Perform Complex Relational Database Queries Generate Presentation-Quality Maps Intended Audience: This hands-on course is intended for environmental and graphics professionals involved with the collection, interpretation, and presentation of spatially related data. Attendees will gain an understanding of how to utilize the capabilities of ArcGIS 9 by working first hands-on sample scenarios. Previous GIS experience is not required. Prerequisites: Basic understanding of computer operations. Credit: 2.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Registration: $595 ($495 reduced tuition is available to Native American Tribes; nonprofits; government agencies; students; and NEBC, NWAEP, and NAEP members). A registration form is attached to this PDF file. You may also register online at www.nwetc.org or by calling the Northwest Environmental Training Center at (206) 762-1976. A nonprofit 501(c)(3) program of the Northwest Environmental Education Council 650 S. Orcas Street, Suite 220 | Seattle, Washington 98108 Phone: (206)762-1976 | Fax: (206)762-1979 www.nwetc.org Directions to: ExecuTrain San Francisco 210 Spear Street San Francisco, CA 94105 From 101 - Golden Gate Bridge U.S,. 101 SOUTH: Take the MARINA BLVD. exit towards Marina. Right on MARINA BLVD. Right on LAGUNA STREET, Left on BAY ST, Right on THE EMBARCADERO, Right on HOWARD ST., Left on SPEAR ST. From PENINSULA - 101 FROM 101 take the I-280 exit towards DALY CITY/PORT OF SF. Continue on I-280 NORTH RAMP towards PORT OF SF., Merge on I-280 NORTH. Take the KING ST. exit, c Continue on KING ST., Continue on THE EMBARCADERO, Left on BRYANT ST., Right on MAIN ST., Right on HOWARD ST, Right on SPEAR ST. 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Orcas Street, Suite 220, Seattle, WA 98108 Ph: (206)762-1976, Fax: (206)762-1979 www.nwetc.org REGISTRATION FORM Name: Today's Date: Agency/Organization: Street Address: Mail Code: Street Address (cont.): City: State: Zip: Phone: Fax: Email: Title: Indicate Course(s): Introduction to ArcGIS 9 and Environmental Applications of GIS� $ Course I.D. GIS-403 | December 12 - 14, 2006 ExecuTrain San Francisco 210 Spear Street San Francisco, CA 94105� Registration: $595 ($495*) *Reduced rates for Native American tribes; nonprofits; government employees; students; and NEBC, NAEP, NWAEP members. Payment Method: Check PO Credit Card (Visa or Mastercard) Total: $ Credit Card or PO #: Exp: Cancellation Policy: Registration fees are fully refundable up to 30 days prior to the event and 50 percent refundable thereafter up to the day prior to the event. Registration may occur up to the day prior to the event provided that space is available.
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