GIS training is an integral part of a successful GIS implementation and enables you to maximise the return on your software investment.
Below are some frequently asked questions regarding GIS training at Esri Malaysia.
If you have a question that is not covered here, please feel free to call our training team on +60 (3) 5022 0122.
- Where do I start?
- I have completed ArcGIS 1: Introduction to GIS – which course should I take next?
- I have completed a training course – what is my next step?
- Where will the scheduled training courses be held?
- What are the different types of training courses you run?
- I have been using another GIS vendor’s software for a while, what course would you suggest I take to get me started with the ArcGIS platform?
- Do I need to bring anything to my training courses?
- Which software version is the course based on?
- I want to publish a map to the web, which course should I take?
- We are planning to convert our data to Geodatabases, which courses should I take?
If you're new to GIS, start with ArcGIS I: Introduction to GIS. This course will give you an overview of what GIS technology is, and what you can do with it. You will also look at the basic ArcGIS tools.
For more information on what courses might be suitable for you, view our training path.
To determine what course you should take next, view the Esri Malaysia training path. The training path contains the sequence of all our scheduled courses, to help you ensure you’re taking the course that’s best suited to your existing skill set and future goals.
If you're still not sure what course you should take next, please feel free to give our training team a call on (03) 7629 5518.
One of the most challenging elements when transitioning to a new software product is gaining a solid understanding of the terminology. ArcGIS 2: Essential Workflows provides a good introduction to the terminology used in ArcGIS. Alternatively, contact us about our specialised courses to help you transition from another GIS platform.
All material is provided at the training course – including computers and relevant software and manuals. Light refreshments will be provided during two designated tea breaks.
For scheduled training, the most current software release will be used for the course. Customised courses and onsite training can be conducted using any software version.
Start with Building Geodatabases to get a basic understanding of the geodatabase format and its functionality.