The Caspian Geomatics company offers training courses related to GIS/CAD, Remote Sensing, IT, Geodesy/Cartography, Photogrammetry, Engineering, GPS, Environment, Project Management, and other Surveying, Thematic Mapping.
Advanced topics in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) course highlights emerging topics related to the principles and practice of EIA, including concepts, tools and methods, and related issues. Concepts addressed include EIA within the planning process, scoping as an analytical process for identifying key impact concerns, cumulative effects assessment. Newer tools and methods encompass GIS, risk assessment, expert systems, and decision support systems.
An EIA is an assessment of the possible impacts that a proposed project may have on the environment, consisting of the environmental, social and economic aspects. EIA ensures that decision makers consider the environmental impacts when deciding whether or not to proceed with a project.
An excellent tool that is increasingly important in the detection, description, quantification and monitoring environmental changes is Remote Sensing, which, in combination with GIS and fieldwork, is an effective management tool.
Professional staff members of the company attach importance to provide both practical and theoretical knowledge to meet required needs by investigating actual problems in these sectors. Support materials, including lectures, training exercises, manuals, and customer support, are all benefits of the custom training courses Caspian Geomatics provides. One of the main goals of the company is to involve young researchers, students and PhD candidates, as well as PhD students to industrial practicum. Therefore, their practical knowledge enhances and they achieve skillfully to solve forthcoming issues. Our services are mainly corporative.
We would like to mention that, trainings are held by well-known professionals in the international arena. In addition, our company always corporates with international organizations and prefers more innovative approaches.