|ArcGIS 1: Introduction to GIS
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|Anyone; requires no prior GIS education or experience.
- Find and organize geographic data
- Create, work with, and share GIS maps
- Use ArcGIS tools to find features that meet specific criteria
|Be comfortable working with a computer and using a Windows-based file explorer and a web browser.
|ArcGIS 2: Essential Workflows
||Professionals who have limited experience with GIS and ArcGIS.
- Author high-quality GIS maps
- Efficiently find, visualize, and manage geographic data
- Analyze GIS data to solve common spatial problems
|Understand fundamental GIS concepts and have ArcGIS experience equivalent to what is taught in ArcGIS I: Introduction to GIS.
|ArcGIS 3: Performing Analysis
||GIS professionals who manage or conduct analysis projects.
- Apply a standard process to obtain reliable results from different types of GIS analyses
- Automate analysis workflows using geoprocessing models
- Share analysis workflows and results
|Have a solid understanding of GIS concepts and ArcGIS experience equivalent to what is taught in ArcGIS 2: Essential Workflows.
|ArcGIS 4: Sharing Content on the Web
||GIS analysts and other experienced ArcGIS users who want to share geographic content in web maps and applications; developers who want to incorporate ArcGIS services and web maps into custom applications.
- Author and publish map services.
- Publish feature services to enable web-based data editing.
- Create image services to provide fast access to imagery.
- Publish geoprocessing services to share GIS models and results.
- Integrate ArcGIS services into web maps and web applications.
|Experience working with ArcGIS to create and edit geographic data, author maps, and use geoprocessing tools and models for analysis. If you completed ArcGIS 2: Essential Workflows, you are prepared for this course.