The British Cartographic Society’s Annual Symposium is an established three-day training event that provides delegates with the opportunity to gain mapping knowledge from a wide range of world class presentations and interactive workshops.
This enlightening three-day event attracts specialists from private, academic, and government organisations whose common interest lies in using and promoting maps as a valuable communication device. It provides both a valuable and enjoyable opportunity to learn and share information about recent projects, join focused discussion groups and network with colleagues and experts sharing the same interest.
We are very pleased to announce that the biennial Helen Wallis Memorial Lecture will be given by Mr Peter Barber, Head of Map Collections at the British Library. Peter was the organiser of the British Library exhibition ‘Magnificent Maps’ and a major presenter of the BBC Series ‘The Beauty of Maps’. Full details will appear in the programme early in 2011.
To register your interest in attending the 2011 event please Contact Us
|“Having attended various conferences, this has been one of the most useful and beneficial. True CPD”
- United Kingdom Hydrographic Office
|“A great eye-opener into the world of cartography”|
- Calderdale MBC
Delegates attending Mapping 2011 will be eligible to receive Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points that can be used towards achieving and maintaining the Chartered Geographer (GIS) status. For further information visit the AGI website.