Devon Humphrey, Instructor, National Spill Control School, Texas A&M Corpus Christi shares with us details of some upcoming training. We are promoting our popular “Geospatial Intelligence for Emergency Response” class through this “last call” for training prior to the start of the 2009 Hurricane Season. The class is offered at two locations: Texas A&M in Corpus Christi and North Central Texas COG. The class features several key emerging technologies for emergency management.
Details… With the start of the 2009 Hurricane Season rapidly approaching June 1, this is the last opportunity to attend the popular 2 day Geospatial Intelligence for Emergency Management class. This class covers several timely and useful geospatial topics including Realtime Weather Integration to GIS and Google Earth, HAZMAT Plume Modeling with ALOHA, GPS Photo Mapping for Damage Assessment, FEMA Training Requirements, Working with the Media, the GIS Go Kit and more.
The class will be offered in two locations: at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi May 28-29 and at the North Central Texas Council of Governments June 9-10. Visit http://www.sci.tamucc.edu/nscs or http://www.nctcog.dst.tx.us/ for registration information. Or call 512-264-3246 for more info. Seats are still available in both class sessions.
Note, Devon is also delivering a presentation on “GIS in Command Centers” at the ESRI Conference in San Diego.