Leveraging GIS for Disaster Risk Reduction
LEARN FROM EXPERTS
Don’t settle for training that’s driven by people who don’t run projects.
Leveraging GIS for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)
Disaster Risk Primer
The Box of Reason
(aka How to scope and plan for long term success)
Knowing the Players
Top to Bottom Profile
Weighing the Risks
(aka Geospatial risk analysis)
Informing without Alarming
(aka Communicating and planning)
Deal with the Dynamics
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It's a flexible program. Pick just one course or complete any 6 to earn your GIS certificate.
A common GIS education path has been to pursue a Masters program in GIS. But it’s widely known in the industry that new geography grads are not getting enough exposure to cloud, mobile, and new geospatial programming environments.
So we assembled a world class team to teach you how to be the talent that the geospatial industry WILL HIRE. Compare the experience of our industry instructors and you’ll see why we top the list of best online GIS certificate programs.
Earn your GIS Certificate in 6 months with flexible choice of classes.
Take the GIS classes you want, when you want, at the price level you want.
• Professional builder- live instructor access
• Certificate builder- college certificate in GIS
Narrated industry stories and software demos
Applied tasks using data and GIS software
Instructor review and feedback on deliverables
Project sign off and college certification
JUMP START YOUR CAREER
What can you achieve with these DRR skills?
Become Central to DRR
Engage the Community
A GIS ENTERPRISE ARCHITECT
About the Instructor
Since 1992 Nate has worked at the confluence of geospatial information and disaster management in both the domestic and international domains. He has been a pioneer in this discipline though his work at USAID’s Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance, FEMA’s GIS Solutions Branch, and the DHS Geospatial Management Office. He draws on his field experience as an emergency first responder and international humanitarian. Nate has taught this course at a number of universities.
Nate spends his free time playing, coaching or cheering on his kids at lacrosse throughout the Eastern half of the US. Beyond lacrosse, a perfect day includes hiking historical landscapes to better understand the past and connect with great events and those that lived through them.
Leveraging GIS for DRR
The GIS industry is projected to be worth $18B by 2023. Despite this massive growth in new applications, there hasn’t been a single place for all of us to quickly learn tried and true skills from successful Subject Matter Experts (SMEs). Until Now! The people that purchase this course are: