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Focus on People to Demonstrate Value

A workforce development plan helps managers make sure GIS staff have the skills they need to perform at a high level. The process used to create the plan has a bonus outcome. The plan documents how your organization’s GIS program, applications, and staff directly contribute to achieving strategic business objectives. Explore workforce development planning resources.

Quote from the Classroom

“I’m a knowledge shark, I’ve got a feeding frenzy for it.”

— Jerry Partridge, GIS Operator DeFuniak Springs, Florida

In August, Jerry Partridge completed his seventeenth Esri web course, for a total of 87 hours of learning in just a few weeks. Jerry admits he has a passion for learning and eagerly awaits the release of new courses to support his work in the Walton County Property Appraiser’s Office. In the meantime, he has created a feature wall to display his Esri course certificates of completion.

— Would you like to be featured? Tweet us a photo of you with your Esri certificate or your wall display to @EsriTraining.

October Lineup: Hands-on Learning Lab

The registration fee for many Esri and industry conferences includes free access to ArcGIS lessons. Hosted by Esri instructors, our popular Hands-on Learning Lab offers a variety of ArcGIS topics. Look for the Lab at these events coming up (check conference websites for hours and location).

Esri staffers Chris LeSueur and David Cardella presenting Boost Productivity with Explorer for ArcGIS on August 14, 2014.

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Esri Training Matters Blog

Sept, 25, 2014

Three Tips for GIS Content Sharing
As interest in geospatial content increases and barriers to access decrease, GIS professionals have a new role: Chief Sharing Officers.

Aug 28, 2014

ModelBuilder 360: Amp Up the Automation
They may not earn you the title of Iron Modeler, but these techniques will help you create ArcGIS models that get a lot of work done.

July 17, 2014

ModelBuilder 220: Add Flexibility
Can a model that automates also accommodate? Yes, and here’s how.

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