One Pass, Multiple Training Days
The Esri Training Pass allows customers to purchase training days in advance at a fixed price and then access instructor-led classes and e-learning courses as needed. The Training Pass is available for single-year and multiyear terms and is included on the Esri Federal GSA Schedule. Learn more.
Data is the engine that powers maps, apps, and all the decisions made using them. Ensuring data accuracy and reliability is much easier when organizations implement efficient workflows founded in best practices. The courses below are designed for database administrators and GIS professionals who create, manage, and maintain their organizations’ authoritative geographic data.
- Building Geodatabases
- Deploying and Maintaining a Multiuser Geodatabase
- Distributing Data Using Geodatabase Replication
- Editing Data with ArcGIS for Desktop
- Editing and Maintaining Parcels Using ArcGIS
- Implementing Versioned Workflows in a Multiuser Geodatabase
- Working with CAD Data in ArcGIS for Desktop
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Each month, Esri Training Services streams at least one live training seminar to desktops and tablets around the world. In these hour-long courses, Esri experts teach ArcGIS best practices and tips, as well as the software’s latest capabilities. All seminars are recorded and available online shortly after the live event. View the schedulefor upcoming live seminars, plus the archive.
The new ArcGIS Desktop Entry certification exam is now open for registration. This certification is designed for those with less than two years of experience using ArcGIS for Desktop to complete basic GIS tasks related to mapping, geodata, and analysis. Recent college graduates, GIS certificate recipients, and others, will benefit from this certification. Learn more about the exam.
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