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English Training Manual (HTML)

The QGIS Training manual in English. This is the online (html) version. This manual is updated whenever changes are made in the git repository where it is hosted. Download the sample exercise data here

English Training Manual (PDF)

The QGIS Training manual in English. This is the online (PDF) version. This manual is updated whenever changes are made in the git repository where it is hosted. The PDF file is around. 30mb and will be downloaded automatically when you click the button above. The PDF is recommended for people who want to run training courses or wisht to work through the training course whilst disconnected from the internet.

Bahasa Indonesia Training Manual (HTML)

Manual Training QGIS dalam Bahasa Indonesia. Ini adalah versi halaman web (html). Manual ini akan terkinikan kapan saja apabila repositori git, tempat penyimpanan situs manual ini, mengalami perubahan. Download the sample exercise data here

Bahasa Indonesia Training Manual (PDF)

Manual Training QGIS dalam Bahasa Indonesia. Manual ini akan terkinikan kapan saja apabila repositori git, tempat penyimpanan situs manual ini, mengalami perubahan. File PDF berukuran sekitar 30 MB dan akan diunduh secara otomatis saat tombol di atas diklik. Versi PDF ini direkomendasikan bagi siapa saja yang ingin melaksanakan pelatihan atau bekerja dengan materi kursus sementara tidak ada koneksi internet.


About this project: In 2010 at a QGIS meeting in Wroclaw, Poland, Milena Nowotarska, Robert Szczepanek, Borys Jurgiel, Paolo Cavallini, and Tim Sutton (from Linfiniti) discussed the need for a QGIS certification programme. Here at Linfiniti, we realised that if we are going to do this in any meaningful way, we will need to have good quality, current, standardised training materials. The documentation provided on this page is our first step towards making this happen.

Contributors: The initial body of work was produced by Rudi Thiede (Linfiniti), whose time was donated by Linfiniti towards this project. Subsequently, others have begun to contribute, in particular the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa), the Australia-Indonesia Facility for Disaster Reduction in Indonesia, and the World Bank who have contributed support in the form of sponsored lessons and support for the training of translators and the process of translation into Bahasa Indonesia (led by Trias Aditya, UGM, Jogjakarta). This work was co-funded by:


Contact [email protected] for more information on how you can contribute to this project, or file a ticket if you have discovered an issue.