Spatial Vision is a leading specialist in geospatial information and technologies. We specialise in the delivery of GIS training courses in the use of ESRI ArcGIS software, and in open source GIS software, QGIS. We provide a personal approach to training, with a maximum of 6 participants to ensure you receive individual attention from the trainer and can get the most out of the course. These courses can be tailored to suit your needs and can be held on premise or at our office. Additionally to ensure participants can apply the new skills back in the workplace, we also offer a mentoring session after training for follow up questions and affirmation on applied GIS processes.
Our company is well recognised for its excellence in the application of spatial information technology and is a multi-award winning innovator in the Australian spatial industry.
Please donât hesitate to contact us to book your GIS Journey today.
What We Offer
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Our Experienced GIS Trainers
Danielle Cherubin has provided ArcGIS training for over 5 years at Spatial Vision. In her daily work she uses ArcGIS for analytics where she can draw on her experience to help you extend your capability, getting the most out of the software and training. Her considerate and thorough nature will ensure you leave the training session with the knowledge to unleash the power of ArcGIS in your workplace. Â
Marcel Sahyoune joined Spatial Vision in 2015 as part of the cartography team to deliver our Victorian series of VicMap Books. With this practical experience using ArcGIS and strong cartography skills, Marcel will share with you his tips and tricks to ensure your map outputs meet cartographic principles that will improve your understanding of GIS. He is a proficient user of ArcGIS, and was a previous RMIT associate lecturerÂ who builds good rapport with all his participants
Tom Hollands joined Spatial Vision at the start on 2016 after completing a Master of Applied Science (Geospatial Information) at RMIT University. He excels in pushing the boundaries of geospatial technology and staying abreast of the latest open source trends. He deliverâs QGIS training that ensures you are aware of the latest changes of the software and how to utilise the most important tools for standard GIS operation. Personable and practical â you will learn a lot from Tom. Â Â
Katie Dick Â is the GIS Journey training coordinator with a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. With over 5 yearsâ experience delivering custom training courses to client for a variety of purposes she ensures course have clear learning objectives and participants are satisfied with the training content.Â
ArcGIS March 2017
Did you know that if you hold down the mouse wheel in ArcGIS, it activates as the pan-hand tool? This nifty little function will save you so much time, particularly when youâre in an edit session. It saves you having to swap your active tool to the pan-hand and back again, reducing the amount of clicks and tools needed. Try it next time you want to quickly pan across your screen or map extent.
QGIS March 2017
Not only can you use WMS/WMTS layers in QGIS, but you can also search for them. Click the button to add a new WMS layer, hit the 'server search' tab, and enter a keyword to search for a WMS for your project!Â The search accesses the Geopole database which catalogs over 400,000 freely available WMS layers.
ArcGIS April 2017
To make life simpler when building queries in ArcGIS, always click on the 'Verify' button in the query builder window. It will allow you to see instant syntax errors which may cause your selection to fail. This will save you time as it will detect an error before reading all records which is especially helpful if the dataset has many records. Try it next time you're running a selection or definition query in ArcGIS.
QGIS April 2017
QGIS 2.18 Las Palmas has been released. However keep your eyes out for the next LTR of QGIS 3.0 release. The majority of development work from QGIS has been focused on the 3.0 and is planned to be released by the end of the first quarter of 2017.