Queensland Globe roadshow announced

By on 11 March, 2014

Queensland Globe Training

On behalf of the Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines, GIS People is delivering introductory hands-on training for Queensland Globe to Government staff across Queensland. Locations confirmed for the roadshow so far include Brisbane, Bundaberg, Cairns, Gladstone, Gold Coast, Mackay, Rockhampton, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, and Townsville.

The half-day workshop, aimed primarily at non-GIS and non-technical staff within both Local and State Government, provides hands-on training so they can learn about Queensland Globe and how it can benefit their department.

Based in Google Earth, Queensland Globe is part of the Government’s Open Data Initiative and gives both Government staff, the public and GIS professionals a fantastic tool to visualise spatial data from across Queensland. Data includes boundaries, land parcels, schools, wildlife, habitats, geology, floods, transport routes, and much more.

Questions? Contact Training Coordinator Rachelle Broad on 0449 514 495.

For information on course content, location, dates and booking, visit the Queensland Globe Training website.

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