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Mapping 2009

The British Cartographic Society Annual Symposium : Mapping at Work
Wednesday 17th - Saturday 20th June 2009, Harben House, Newport Pagnell

The British Cartographic Society’s Annual Symposium has been held every year since 1963. The 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.

Under the banner of Mapping at Work, this event was designed to include sessions for those new to mapping through to the professional mapmaker. Mapping at Work will run from the afternoon of Wednesday 17th June to lunchtime on Saturday 20th June 2009.

Please use the links below to view pdfs from the presentations and information on the workshops and events that were run:

Delegates attending Mapping at Work were eligible to receive Continuing Professional Development points that can be used towards achieving and maintaining the Chartered Geographer status. For further information visit the AGI website.

Mapping at Work is organised by Training4GIS a division of The GeoInformation Group, Telford House, Cow Lane, Fulbourn, Cambridge, CB21 5HB
t) 01223 880077     f) 01223 880097


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