Astun Technology, the leading provider of cloud-based open-source GIS solutions to local and central governments has announced its latest schedule of training courses which have all been specifically designed to ensure attendees return to their everyday workflows able to complete crucial mapping tasks more quickly and easily.
Open source GIS technology is relied upon by a huge number of organisations, both government and commercial, all around the world and having people who know how to get the best of it, brings huge benefits. This objective is at the heart of all the Astun training courses.
Astun staff have the combination of knowledge and experience of working with open source technology including QGIS, PostGIS and GeoServer needed to be able to provide ‘real-world’ examples and support to course attendees.
Dan Ormsby, Head of Operations for Astun Technology explains why his company’s training course offer such value and why people should attend any of the courses in the new schedule; “What really sets our training courses apart is that our consultants have such a wealth of real world experience in applying these tools on implementation projects of all sorts of scale and scope.”
“The advice and guidance that our trainers and consultants can give means that by the end of the course not only will delegates feel confident in terms of the ‘hands on’ use of these tools but they will have a clear vision of the best practices that will ensure that their open source GIS projects deliver fantastic outcomes.”
The available courses are:
|QGIS Essentials||2 Days||19 – 20 September 2017||Epsom|
|QGIS Advanced||1 Day||21 September 2017||Epsom|
|PostGIS Essentials||2 Days||26 – 27 September 2017||Epsom|
|Python Essentials||1 Day||3 October 2017||Epsom|
|Python for QGIS||1 Day||4 October 2017||Epsom|
|GeoServer Essentials||2 Days||5 – 6 October 2017||Epsom|
|GeoServer Advanced***||1 Day||7 October 2017||Epsom|
|PostGIS Database Administration**||1 Day||10 October 2017||Epsom|
For more information about these courses and the other services provided by Astun, please visit their website: www.astuntechnology.com
Astun Technology was formed in 2005 to provide open source and web-based GIS services to local and central governments. Today, as all organisations realise the technical and financial benefits of using cloud solutions to create, manage and deliver their crucial geo-services, the demand for Astun’s knowledge and experience in delivering marketing leading, fully managed AWS-based GIS cloud solutions, continues to grow