GIS can play a key role in helping scientists, decision-makers, and the public develop collaborative solutions to real-world problems. GIS mapping tools have become imperative for many fields, such as epidemiology, veterinary science, urban planning and environmental assessment. This course provides delegates with an introduction to a range of geospatial techniques used in the analysis of spatial data. Practical case studies are employed to help delegates confront a real world problem and design a solution using GIS. The software package ArcGIS is used to visualise, explore, analyse and map the solution.
Project management is about developing and implementing a product, service, event or facility within a predetermined time frame, budget and quality parameters.
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