This class covers the use of GIS as a “Common Operational Picture” for the EOC or Incident Command Post.
Geospatial technologies are constantly evolving and this class showcases the latest emerging technologies and data sources for use in the Emergency Operations Center or Incident Command Post environment. The class is designed to accommodate both beginning and advanced users, so there is something for everyone!
Here is what former students are saying (unsolicited and unedited comments):
"I wanted to express how much I enjoyed your class. I came back to the office extremely motivated in utilizing the tools that you showed me. I have already met with the Nuclear plant on things that I can be helpful with and also with our emergency management team."
"I found it to be not only educational, but also very interesting and informative. I will definitely be able to use some of the tools we learned about in my daily work."
"You gave us some great sources of information and I particularly enjoyed hearing about your experiences as a GIS professional in an Emergency Management environment."
"It was a great and useful class. I really enjoyed it. I will recommend it to other GIS professionals."
"Thank you and great seminar! It was extremely informative."
"See you again for another class some time!"
2 days - $795
Includes reference text and other course materials. For special government/industry group rates, contact the National Spill Control School at (361) 825-3333.
The same course can also be delivered on-site by special request.