This course introduces ArcGIS software and a geographic approach that complements and enhances typical public safety workflows. You will work with tools to map and visualize public safety data, identify patterns, create actionable information, and produce dynamic maps to effectively disseminate that information. Course exercises use realistic public safety scenarios and ArcMap software.
Learn how to:
- Display data stored in tables and spreadsheets as features on a map.
- Visualize trends and patterns in your data.
- Apply spatial analysis techniques to derive new information from your data.
- Edit GIS data to ensure responders, decision makers, and stakeholders have access to up-to-date data.
- Completion ofGetting Started with GIS or equivalent knowledge is recommended. Experience with Windows-based software for basic file management and browsing is required.
Who Should Attend
- New Users, Data Editors, Managers.
- The course is designed for representatives from government, project teams, NGOs, multi and bilateral development organizations, consultancies, project managers and directors, M&E specialists, technical specialists, and researchers