BNHR’s training courses are carefully designed to build upon each other, providing learners with a strong foundation and a clear pathway for continued growth. Each course focuses on a particular topic or theme and provides a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. The 2023 version includes a total of 11 courses covering a diverse range of topics from introductory lessons to advanced visualization and processing:
If you are looking to gain fundamental skills, I highly recommend starting with the QGIS: Essentials, QGIS: Expressions, and QGIS: Working with Layers courses. These courses provide a comprehensive overview of QGIS and are a great way to get started with the software. After that, you have the option to advance your skills in certain areas of QGIS.
If you’re interested in improving your visualization skills and creating better maps, the QGIS: Advanced Styling and Symbology and QGIS: Working with Maps and Layouts are excellent choices.
If you want to delve into geodata processing and analysis for specific applications, the QGIS: Raster Data Processing and Analysis, QGIS: Vector Data Processing and Analysis, and QGIS: Network Analysis courses will provide you with the necessary skills to work with these types of data.
If you’re interested in customizing and automating workflows, the QGIS: Advanced and Automated Processing course will teach you how to create custom algorithms, scripts, and other automations.
Lastly, if you’re interested in using Python in QGIS, the QGIS: Python Essentials and QGIS: Extending with Python and PyQGIS courses will teach you how to integrate Python with QGIS.
If you want to learn about spatial databases and how to utilize SQL for rapid, performant, and scalable geospatial solutions then you can enrol in the Spatial SQL and PostGIS: Essentials course.
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