Intro to QGIS Virtual Training – April 27-28 2021

Mar 3, 2021 | QGIS, Training

With the first class filling up I’ve decided to do another Intro to QGIS Class. Which I know – 2 intro classes but it’s a popular subject for those that just want to know something about QGIS. Again it will be 4 hours a day for 2 days from 12 EST to 4 EST. Plus virtual – which means I’m live.

I’ve revamped the materials to take advantage of the current releases and cleaned up the exercises. So those are now shorter and more plentiful and the hope is you can just do them without me slowing down much. We have a lot of ground to cover.

Again we’ll be covering:

  • Interface
  • Data and Symbology
  • Processing tools
  • Editing
  • Plugins
  • Layouts

Everyone gets a certificate from the QGIS organization (which makes it easy for me to push some of the money back to QGIS).

Anyway – show up. Limit of 10. Cost is $150 US Dollars.

Register here!

Here’s the big change from the March Class:

  • I’m working on a refund policy for those that sign up but can’t attend. Since I’m using EventBrite I’m losing a small part of the cost for less headache. Anyway – I’ll have that posted shortly. Maybe I can put you in another class OR I’ll refund the money or something. We’ll figure it out.
  • If you’re a conservation group and you can’t swing the $150 give me a shout and we’ll figure out a way to get you in the class.

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