ArcGIS Classes on the Big Island, Hawaii
|Working with ArcGIS for Natural Resources||November 28-30, 2012||3 days||$1,150|
|Working with Geodatabases & Linear Referencing||December 3-4, 2012||2 days||$795|
|Advanced ArcGIS: Productivity, Geoprocessing & Analysis||December 5-7, 2012||3 days||$1,150|
Classes are hosted by the Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry, USDA Forest Service
Location: 60 Nowelo St. Hilo, HI 96720.
Classes start at 8:30 and finish by 5 pm.
These classes will be taught in version 10.1. Although many agencies will not upgrade until they believe bugs and compatibility issues have been resolved, these classes will help you make the eventual transition, and they will help with the work you are doing in ArcGIS 10.0 as the changes for most operations are minor. The instructor will highlight the differences between the two versions.
PRICES & DISCOUNTS: These classes are being offered in Hawaii at our 2010 mainland prices, but we are coming to you so you can save travel time and expenses (and we can visit your wonderful island as the snow starts to fly in Oregon).
ADD A CLASS, SAVE $100:
- You can save even more by bundling classes for yourself or adding others in your agency.
- When you add a second class, take $100 off the combined price. For each additional class on the same invoice, take $100 off the combined class prices.
For example: If one person takes all three classes, that person would pay $2,895 instead of the total for all three classes of $3,095; saving $200.
- For larger agencies, you can save $100 for each additional class and/or each additional person attending any of the classes. This discount will apply to any organization when all students and classes can be billed on one invoice.
- For example: If six people take a combination of eight classes, the first class will be full price and the additional classes will be discounted $100 each, saving $700.
BRING A COMPUTER, SAVE EVEN MORE:
As you can imagine, shipping computers from Oregon to Hilo is not cheap. If you can commit to bringing a computer with the appropriate software when you register for classes, you can save $50 on a two-day class and $75 on a three-day class. ArcGIS for Natural Resources and the Advanced ArcGIS courses require an ArcView (Desktop Basic) license, and the Geodatabase course requires an ArcEditor (Desktop Standard) license. Either ArcGIS 10.0 or 10.1 will work.
For descriptions of each class see the Class Descriptions PDF