Spatial Sciences Laboratory offers fall training courses
The Spatial Sciences Laboratory at Texas A&M University is offering several fall training courses including Combined Introductory & Advanced ArcGIS, Beginner and Advanced SWAT and Remote Sensing. These workshops will be at the Spatial Sciences Laboratory located in the Centeq Building in Research Park in Building B, Rooms 212 or 214.
Introductory & Advanced ArcGIS, October 23-25 and December 4-6, will train beginning users on the ESRI ArcGIS 9.1 software including the use of the more advanced tools and extensions. Cost for the three-day training is $450 per person/$225 for students.
Beginner SWAT, November 12-16, will train beginning users on the SWAT model using ArcGIS-SWAT (ArcSWAT) interface. Cost for the three-day training is $500 per person/$300 for students.
Advanced SWAT, November 12-16, will cover sensitivity analysis, model calibration and uncertainty analysis using the 2005 version of SWAT with an ArcGIS (ArcSWAT) interface. In addition, day three of the course will be devoted to discussion of participant’s individual model issues. Cost for the two-day training is $500 per person/$300 for students. For an additional $100 per person, there will be a one-on-one project support session with the instructor.
Remote Sensing will train beginning users on the Leica ERDAS Imagine 8.7 software. Cost for the three-day training is $500 per person/$300 for students. The dates for this course are pending.
To register or for more information, visit Spatial Sciences Laboratory Web site.