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Make a difference in the new decade with these Esri Canada training courses!

Do you remember what you did in 1990, 2000 or 2010? Was it pivotal to the rest of the decade that followed? What are you planning to do differently this year to make your mark in 2020 and beyond? On our end, we will start this new decade with the release of many new courses that will help you be even more successful.

Here’s a preview of what we have in store for you in 2020. Drum roll, please…

Creating Maps and Visualization with ArcGIS

If you’ve completed ArcGIS Pro: Essential Workflows or Migrating from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro, you can take this course to learn the latest cartography best practices using ArcGIS Pro, including symbolizing data, labelling and annotation, printing layouts, and design considerations for web maps to be consumed on various devices using charts, 3D scenes and animations for better visualization of data.

*Who is this course for? This is ideal for ArcGIS Pro (Basic Standard or Advanced) users.

Good news, this course is ready! Register now for the first online course on March 25-27 CT.

Image Analysis in ArcGIS Pro

This new course is packed with lessons on how to use the new image analysis capabilities now available in ArcGIS Pro. If you’re an experienced ArcGIS Pro user, this course will help you get even more insight from your imagery.

*Who is this course for? This course will benefit users who have access to the ArcGIS Image Analyst extension.

Expect this course in the spring.

Extending ArcGIS Pro with Add-Ins

If you’re a developer in charge of simplifying user workflows or creating a restricted user interface (UI) for specific and standardized menus your organization prefers, this course will help you learn how add-ins can extend the use of ArcGIS Pro. Transitioning custom tools and interfaces from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro will require some planning ahead. It’s important to explore the various options now offered with ArcGIS Pro that you could use to provide similar and enhanced experiences.

Expect this course in the summer.

Developing Web Apps with ArcGIS API for JavaScript

This course is being updated to the latest version of JavaScript. Specifically built for developers, this course will provide you with the skills to develop web applications to match your unique needs, which configuration alone cannot achieve.

Stay tuned for the release date for this course.

Getting Started with ArcGIS GeoEvent Server

This much-awaited course will be ready soon. If you’ve deployed ArcGIS GeoEvent Server on your infrastructure, you will most likely look forward to learning best practices around configuration options to best match your requirements and ensure best performance.

Expect this course in the summer.

Cityworks AMS Administration and Cityworks PLL

We introduced Cityworks training in Canada in late 2019 with a series of introductory courses for end users of Cityworks AMS. More dates will be available soon for 2020. What’s coming are new course options for administrators and Cityworks PLL solution users. The new offerings will help provide latest version familiarity or review administration concepts that leverage the latest best practices. 

Stay tuned for course release dates.


Get ready to make a difference in your organization! These new training solutions will support you in your journey to achieve greater success in this new decade. To ensure that you receive timely updates on the availability of new courses, subscribe to our monthly training eNewsletter Learning Lineup. We’d love to know which course(s) are of interest to you. Please leave a comment below or email us at

About the Author

Carole Arseneau is a Sales Representative at Esri Canada. She advises customers from all industries on how to use GIS technology to be more efficient in their daily workflows. Carole holds a GIS certificate from Florida State College in Jacksonville and a Bachelor degree in Kinesiology from Laval University in Québec City. Being by the water has always made her feel at home and has given her inspiration to keep a positive outlook in life.

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