EcoSpatial GIS Training

GIS training courses & e-learning resources

EcoSpatial Training

To meet the growing demand for subject-specific and relevant GIS training courses Westcountry Rivers Trust have developed a series of intensive GIS short-courses specifically tailored to develop and disseminate best practice and technical GIS skills in the use of GIS, in practitioners engaged in catchment management planning, landscape ecology, fisheries science, river restoration, ecology and conservation biology.

To support or enhance the delivery of face-to-face training the Westcountry Rivers Trust have also developed an online GIS training resource: EcoSpatial Training.

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GIS Training Courses

The best way to encourage and facilitate the use of the spatial data in GIS applications is to train practitioners to develop their GIS and spatial data skills and, in so doing, build capability in their organisations.

To meet the growing demand for subject-specific and relevant GIS training courses Westcountry Rivers Trust have developed a series of intensive GIS short-courses specifically tailored to develop and disseminate best practice and technical GIS skills in the use of GIS, in practitioners engaged in catchment management planning, landscape ecology, fisheries science, river restoration, ecology and conservation biology.

GIS e-Learning Resources

To support or enhance the delivery of face-to-face training we have developed an online GIS training resource, which presents a wide array of training and guidance information to people involved in catchment management planning, landscape ecology, fisheries science, river restoration, ecology and conservation biology. The e-learning resources developed will include:

  • Video presentations of key theory and approaches
  • Video tutorials and demonstrations of key techniques
  • Webinar presentations, online surgeries and discussion sessions
  • Easily accessible case studies show-casing the application of GIS

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