South Central Arc User Group


Established 1990


2012 OKSCAUG Training

Course Descriptions

Conference Registration Required for all Training Courses


Managing Imagery Using ArcGIS 10.0 (ESRI 2 days) – $850

Class will be held on September 26 - 27, 2012 from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

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ArcGIS 10 offers a complete and integrated solution for managing, serving, and consuming image data. This course introduces the mosaic dataset, a new geodatabase data model for managing and serving raster datasets, and shows how to perform dynamic image processing using functions. You will learn how to manage image data from multiple sources so that it is accessible and useful to those who consume it.

Who Should Attend
GIS data managers, analysts, and other experienced ArcGIS users who need to efficiently manage and disseminate imagery to users within their organization and on the web.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to:
· Create a mosaic dataset from different types and sources of image data.
· Match and use functions to dynamically process mosaic datasets for a given scenario.
· Efficiently serve dynamic image mosaics and raster data to many applications.
· Perform simple image analysis operations using ArcMap.
· Build and maintain a cache to optimize image service performance.
· Access and use imagery from multiple sources.

GISP Credits Attend 2 day training : 16 hours - EDU - 0.4 credits


ArcGIS 10 Desktop III : GIS Workflows & Analysis (ESRI 2 days) – $850 - CLASS FULL

Class will be held on September 26 - 27, 2012 from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

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Advance your ArcGIS Desktop 10.0 skills in this course that teaches how to create an efficient workflow that supports GIS analysis. Working with data stored in a geodatabase, you will organize and prepare data for analysis, create geoprocessing models, and work through a challenging analysis project. By the end of the course, you will be able to determine which tools and functions to use in a given situation and apply them to your analyses. The skills taught in this course are applicable to all types of GIS analysis.

Who Should Attend
GIS analysts, GIS specialists, and other experienced ArcGIS Desktop users who want to extend their basic skills in the areas of data creation and editing, geoprocessing models, and GIS analysis.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to:
· Add data from different sources to a geodatabase.
· Create and use geodatabase components that maintain data integrity and prevent errors during data creation  and editing.
· Solve common spatial data alignment problems.
· Use a variety of geoprocessing tools to perform an analysis that supports decision making.
· Build a complex model to automate an analysis workflow.

GISP Credits Attend 2 day training : 16 hours - EDU - 0.4 credits


ArcGIS Basics II  (Pam Jurney 2 days) – $425 - CLASS FULL

Class will be held on September 26 - 27, 2012 from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

This two-day training course is designed to improve the basic skills of those who are familiar with ESRI ArcGIS software.  A working knowledge of ArcMap is required.  Highlights of the course include style management, tools in ArcToolbox, additional toolbars, editing, more with geodatabases, data production, and data analysis.  Students will learn how to customize their ArcMap interface, practice basic and more advanced editing techniques, and create sophisticated map layouts.

 The course will feature the following activities:


    Style Manager
        Defaults
        Advanced Symbology
    Data Selection
        Search Methods
        Selection Methods

    Label Manager
        Label Expressions
        Label Classes

    Multiple Data Frames
        Inset Maps
        Extent Rectangles

    Editing Data
        Advanced Editing Techniques
        Editing the Attribute Table

    Spatial Data Processing
        ArcToolbox
        Spatial Analysis
        Summary Statistics

    Graphs
 

The course is taught by Pamela Jurney of Red Plains Professional, Inc.  Pamela has an extensive background in education as well as GIS experience.  She taught secondary mathematics for seven years in the public school system, received a master’s of geography from Oklahoma State University (2006), and has been involved with GIS education for rural schools and tribal and local governments.  She is currently the Project Coordinator for Red Plains, a Native American owned civil engineering firm based in Edmond, Oklahoma.

GISP Credits Attend 2 day training : 16 hours - EDU - 0.4 credits


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