Paleonet: Mapping-GPS Certified User Workshop: 14-16 MAY 2008
cchev at missouriwestern.edu
Wed Apr 2 03:05:04 BST 2008
Ladies and Gentlemen:
FIRST, SORRY FOR ANY DOUBLE POSTING. IT WAS NOT INTENDED!
Finally, winter is yielding to spring and the thought of field season! Looking for that perfect opportunity to get up to speed with mapping GPS before your SPRING/SUMMER field seasons hit? Here it is! I would like to invite you to consider participating in the following Certified User Mapping GPS Workshop:
14-16 MAY 2008.
Each workshop is a total immersion 3-day workshop titled: INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS FOR MAPPING AND NAVIGATION. Each workshop is limited to a maximum of 10 participants to insure quality instruction and lots of personal attention!
These courses generally fill quickly, so if you are interested, please reserve your place as soon as possible. You may secure your reservation prior to payment, but arrangements for payment must be made by the time the session begins.
SCOPE OF COURSE: This is an intro (but intense) course to mapping GPS with no prior experience in GPS required or expected. But you'll definitely be a GIS mapping-level GPS power tool when you're finished with this workshop! We will train on TRIMBLE GEO XH mobile GIS GPS units with TERRASYNC PRO, and we will use PATHFINDER OFFICE integration software. We will also learn to use bluetooth wireless communication, WAAS real-time differential, Coast Guard Beacon real-time differential. These courses are taught by an experienced manufacturer Certified Trainer (me; Trimble Navigation, LTD).
For details including course content and instructions on how to register, I invite you to visit the course website at:
If you would like to discuss the nature of these workshops, or if I can be of service in any way, feel free to contact me at your convenience!
These are professional workshops, designed to bring you up to speed quickly. These are ideal workshops for professionals who want to gain operational competence quickly and also excellent workshops for students wanting to acquire these skills to increase their marketability! NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE IN MAPPING GPS NECESSARY OR EXPECTED!
I also do on site training as well. If you are interested in planning a training session at your institution, contact me at your convenience!
Please forward to any colleagues you think might be interested in this opportunity! Thanks!
Cary D. Chevalier, Ph.D.
Department of Biology
Missouri Western State University
4525 Downs Dr.
St. Joseph, MO 64507
Email: cchev at missouriwestern.edu
Latitude 39o 45' 29.94559" N - Longitude 94o 47' 6.49119" W
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