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An Introduction to your ArcGIS Online Subscription


This two day course will introduce you to ArcGIS Online. Through a combination of lectures and demonstrations you will learn how to use your ArcGIS Online subscription.

We will step through the different methodologies when working with ArcGIS Online within the ArcGIS Platform; recommending workflows for authoring, sharing, managing and working with your GIS data, be they hosted online or within your corporate ArcGIS Enterprise.

The course will contain a number of exercises for you to work through on the day. You will be provided with the data and exercises that the trainer uses to deliver the course so that you can work through them in your own time.

Continuing professional development (CPD) is an integral part of applying for and maintaining Chartered Geographer accreditation. Attendance of this course will provide the attendee with 10 CPD points. Click here to find out more. 


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2 Days
Who is this course for?
New Users
GIS Professionals
Return to the office with the confidence to produce useful information products using an ArcGIS Online subscription.

Additional information




12th September 2024 – 13th September 2024, 5th November 2024 – 6th November 2024

  • Understand how to manage your subscription.
  • Load, create and manage spatial data.
  • Author, configure and share web maps, web scenes and web applications.
  • Share content using groups.
  • Use online geoprocessing tools.
  • Make use of ArcGIS Field Maps to collect data.

“Fantastically delivered course, Ed is a great trainer!”
Laura – Shropshire Council

“ Really useful course covers the basics but also allows you to develop further with challenge tasks ” Paul, Corby Technical School

“ Really interesting course, set at a good level for a virtual novice. ” Neil, Hampshire Fire

“The course was a good overview of the elements of AGOL, and gave me a good introduction into the possibilities and benefits of using AGOL. The exercises were fun to work through, and I enjoyed the structure of the course in terms of the balance between exercises and tutorials/demonstrations. ” Kevin APHA