ArcGIS Pro Class Bundle

Our new ArcGIS Pro Class Bundle gives you self-paced, online access to 6 ArcGIS Pro classes for one low price of $499/student.  This bundle includes the following classes:

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You should also consider our Annual GIS Training License which includes all these classes plus many additional classes.

Note: The ArcGIS Pro Class Bundle provides self-paced access the online classes and does not include our live training events. 

Class descriptions are provided below

Learning ArcGIS Pro 1: Maps and Projects

This 2-day beginner course will teach students how they can use ArcGIS Pro to create maps. Students will learn terminology associated with ArcGIS Pro and GIS in general. They will gain an understanding of ArcGIS Pro projects and how to manage them.

Topics Covered:
1. Introducing ArcGIS Pro
2. Navigating the User Interface
3. Creating 2D Maps
4. Creating and managing Projects
5. Creating Map Layouts
6. Creating Map Books

Intended Audience:
This course is intended for those new to GIS and ArcGIS Pro that wish to learn the basic skills needed to create and print simple maps. It teaches the foundational skills needed for new users. No previous experience with ArcGIS Pro or GIS is required.

Prerequisites and requirements:
Students will need to be assigned an ArcGIS Pro Basic or higher license from their organization prior to class which can be accessed from the web. This should be verified prior to the start of class.

Course Materials:
Each student will receive the following:
1. PDF copies of lecture slides
2. Learning ArcGIS Pro by Tripp Corbin, GISP
3. Certificate of Completion

Learning ArcGIS Pro 2: Editing, Analysis and Automation

ArcGIS Pro is Esri’s newest desktop GIS application with powerful tools for visualizing, maintaining, and analyzing data. ArcGIS Pro makes use of the modern ribbon interface and 64-bit processing to increase the speed and efficiency of using GIS. It allows users to create amazing maps in both 2D and 3D quickly and easily.
This 2-day intermediate course will teach student how they can use ArcGIS Pro to edit data, create 3D maps, perform GIS analysis and automate processes using ModelBuilder and Python.

Topics Covered:
1. Creating 3D Maps
2. Edit spatial and tabular data
3. Sharing maps, layouts, projects and processes
4. Performing simple GIS analysis using Geoprocessing tools
5. Standardizing workflows using Tasks
6. Automating processes with ModelBuilder & Python

Intended Audience
This course is intended for those needing to learn how to maintain data and perform basic analysis using ArcGIS Pro. It does require students to have basic skills and experience using ArcGIS Pro. It is recommended that any student seeking to take this class have completed the Learning ArcGIS Pro 1 course or have similar real-world experience.

Prerequisites and requirements
Students taking this course should have completed the Learning ArcGIS Pro 1: Fundamentals or have similar real-world experience using ArcGIS Pro.Students will need to be assigned an ArcGIS Pro Basic or higher license from their organization prior to class which can be accessed from the web. This should be verified prior to the start of class.

Course Materials:
1. Learning ArcGIS Pro by Tripp Corbin, GISP
2. PDF copies of lecture slides
3. Certificate of Completion

Learning ArcGIS Pro 3: Converting, Linking and Analyzing Data

This 2-day class covers advanced data concepts. Students will learn how to convert data from various formats such as CAD or Shapefiles to Geodatabase feature classes. They will also learn how to link data using joins, relates and relationship classes. Students will then explore how to use topologies to edit and validate GIS data to ensure it is clean as well as how to create and edit 3D data. From there students explore more advanced types of spatial analysis.

Topics Covered
1. Linking Data with Joins, Relates and Relationship Classes
2. Validating and editing data using topologies
3. Working with Projections & Coordinate Systems
4. Converting data formats
5. Working with and analyzing 3D data
6. Performing Proximity analysis
7. Performing Spatial Statistics and Hotspot analysis

Intended Audience
This course is intended for those needing to learn how to perform and use more advanced functions of ArcGIS Pro such as how to perform hot spot analysis, create and edit 3D data, validate spatial data using topologies and convert data formats. It is recommended that any student seeking to take this class have completed the Learning ArcGIS Pro 1 and Learning ArcGIS Pro 2 courses or have similar real-world experience.

Prerequisites and requirements
Students taking this course must have completed the Learning ArcGIS Pro 1: Fundamentals and Learning ArcGIS Pro 2: Editing, Analysis and Automation courses or have similar real-world experience using ArcGIS Pro. This course does require previous experience using ArcGIS Pro.

Students will need to be assigned an ArcGIS Pro Standard license along with 3D Analyst and Spatial Analyst extensions for ArcGIS Pro from their organization prior to class which can be accessed from the web. This should be verified prior to the start of class. If you do not have access to these licenses, you can request trial licenses from Esri on their website at – http://www.esri.com/arcgis/trial/

Course Materials:
1. ArcGIS Pro Cookbook by Tripp Corbin, GISP
2. PDF copies of lecture slides
3. Certificate of Completion

Learning ArcGIS Pro 4: Sharing your maps and data

This one-day class teaches you how you can leverage the integration of ArcGIS Pro with ArcGIS Online and Portal to easily and effectively share your maps and data with others both inside and outside your organization. Students start with an introduction to Esri’s new expression language ArcGIS Arcade. This new language allows you to create expressions for labeling, symbology and more that work across the entire ArcGIS platform. From there we introduce the students to ArcGIS Online. They will learn the basics of how to connect and access content. Then we move into how you can publish content from ArcGIS Pro to ArcGIS Online. Lastly, they will learn how to share that content as web maps and web applications.

Topics Covered
1. Introducing ArcGIS Arcade expression language
2. Introducing ArcGIS Online
3. Publishing to ArcGIS Online using ArcGIS Pro
4. Sharing data and map using web apps

Intended Audience
This course is intended for those needing to learn how to share the data and maps they create with others both inside and outside their organization. Students learn how to publish the maps and data they create in ArcGIS Pro to ArcGIS Online. Students taking this class must have at least fundamental skills and experience using ArcGIS Pro.

Prerequisites and requirements
Students taking this course must have completed at least the Learning ArcGIS Pro 1: Fundamentals or have similar real-world experience using ArcGIS Pro. This course does require previous experience using ArcGIS Pro.
Students will need to be assigned an ArcGIS Pro Basic or better license and a level 2 ArcGIS Online login from their organization prior to class which can be accessed from the web. This should be verified prior to the start of class.

Course Materials:
1. ArcGIS Pro Cookbook by Tripp Corbin, GISP
2. PDF copies of lecture slides
3. Certificate of Completion

Introduction to Programming ArcGIS Pro with Python

This 2-day beginner course will teach students how to automate geoprocessing tasks in ArcGIS Pro using the Python programming language.

We’ll start with an overview of the basic programming constructs of Python version 3.4.  You’ll learn how to create variables, assign data to variables, work with lists, dictionary, and tuples, branch your code with if/else, for, and while statements, work with classes and objects, and other fundamentals.

Next, in Module 2, you’ll learn the fundamentals of the Arcpy core library along with several sub-modules including the Mapping and Data Access modules.  You’ll learn also learn the basic classes and functions from the Arcpy core library.

In Module 3 you’ll learn how to handle error and exceptions in your code.  Using the Python try/except code block along with error messages that are generated in ArcPy you’ll understand how to gracefully trap and recover from the inevitable errors in your code.

Modules 4 through 7 cover the Arcpy Mapping module in exhaustive details.  In Module 4 you’ll learn how to write geoprocessing scripts that manage your projects as well as the maps, layers, and tables that are part of your projects.  You’ll learn how to programmatically add and remove layers from a map, update symbology and properties of layers, and much more including working with the new Camera and Bookmark classes.  In Module 5 you’ll learn how to work with layouts.  In ArcGIS Pro you can have multiple layout views, so you’ll learn how to manage these objects, make programmatic changes to the elements in the layouts, and export or print the layouts.  Module 6 covers the automation of map production and printing including the use of map books.  Finally, in Module 7 you’ll discover how to find and fix broken data links in your ArcGIS Pro project files.

Topics Covered:

  1. Introduction to the Python Programming Language
  2. Introduction to Using Arcpy in ArcGIS Pro
  3. Error Handling and Trouble Shooting
  4. Using the Arcpy Mapping Module to Manage Projects, Maps, and Layers
  5. Managing Layouts with the Arcpy Mapping Module
  6. Automating Map Production and Printing
  7. Updating and Fixing Data Sources

Intended Audience

This course is intended for those new to Python and the automation of geoprocessing tasks in ArcGIS Pro.  Some exposure to Python is helpful, but not required.  A general understanding of ArcGIS Pro is necessary.

Prerequisites and requirements

Students should plan to take Learning ArcGIS Pro 1: Maps and Projects and Learning ArcGIS Pro 2: Editing, Analysis, and Automation courses prior to undertaking this class. 

 Intermediate ArcGIS Pro Programming with Python

In our Intermediate ArcGIS Pro Programming with Python course you will learn intermediate level Python skills with ArcGIS Pro to automate your geoprocessing tasks.

In Module 1, you’ll learn how to perform attribute and spatial queries to select features from feature classes and tables.  We’ll cover the proper construction of attribute queries, and the use of the Select By Location and Select by Attributes tools.

In Module 2 we’ll cover the Arcpy Data Access module which allows you to insert, update, and delete data from feature classes and tables.  In addition, this module also allows for the creation of edit sessions, examination of domains and versions, and creating a read only view of data.  You’ll also learn how to use the Describe function to get descriptive information about GIS datasets.

In the final module of the course we’ll examine the creation of custom ArcGIS geoprocessing script tools through the use of Python Toolboxes and custom ArcGIS Toolboxes.

Topics Covered:

  1. Querying and Selecting Data
  2. Using the Arcpy Data Access Module with Feature Classes and Tables
  3. Creating Custom ArcGIS Tools

Intended Audience
This course is intended for intermediate level ArcGIS Pro programmers seeking to gain additional skills with Python for automating geoprocessing tasks.  Some exposure to Python is required.  A general understanding of ArcGIS Pro is necessary.

Prerequisites and requirements
Students should plan to take Introduction to Programming ArcGIS Pro with Python, Learning ArcGIS Pro 1: Maps and Projects and Learning ArcGIS Pro 2: Editing, Analysis, and Automation courses prior to undertaking this class.

Course Materials:
Each student will receive the following:

  1. PDF copies of lecture slides
  2. Programming ArcGIS Pro with Python exercise book – Digital Version
  3. Certificate of Completion

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