Each LandWorks software implementation comes with comprehensive, practical training to encourage user adoption.
Personalized, hands-on training prepares your team to operate and administer your new system immediately and to enhance the system as future needs dictate. Training is held on-site and includes multiple sessions to help your users get the most benefit from their experience.
LandWorks Property Management (LPM) software training
LPM Administration and Configuration — This 1-day course teaches administrators how to configure and populate LPM to meet their specific business needs and processes. Some functionality and configuration options covered in the course include: Role-based security, customizing workflow options, both system wide and end-user program options, financial options, tracking changes to the data, relabeling/hiding fields, and setting up the dropdown menu options.
LPM User Training — This 2-day course teaches users how to best use LPM fields to capture your company’s most important land asset data, how to create and maintain agreement, owner and project operations, and how to conduct simple and complex searches to retrieve data and run reports. Additionally, users will learn how to set up payment obligations, how to create, fill and print any kind of form, and how to maintain owner contact history.
LPM Read-Only Training — Designed for users with read-only access to LPM, this 1/2-day course provides an overview of the LPM screens and data attributes. It also teaches users how to run reports.
Financial Process Training – This ½-day course introduces and teaches users how to administer, calculate and maintain production related payments from within LPM. This course focuses on the different types of payment administration (Advance Royalty vs. Production Royalty vs. Recoupment vs. True-Up) and how to define and use Payment Calculation Profiles. Users also will learn how to use the Payment Check Writer, the Check Register, the Receivables Register, FIU Manager and financial-related reporting functionality.
LPM Project Management Training — The LPM Project Management (PM) module training course teaches users how to use LPM to manage any kind of land project, including land planning, acquisition, survey, encroachment investigation and development projects. Users learn how to report on project completion status, and how to maintain title, survey, appraisal and mortgage subordination as it relates to their fee, leased or potential land holdings.
GIS software training
LPM GIS – This course teaches participants how to administer all things GIS in the LPM system. Users will learn how to run the AutoMapper, create reports showing each agreement’s mapping status, use and configure LandWorks’ ArcGIS server integrated MapLink and MapView functions, and understand all settings that affect GIS processing. It is a 1-day course, and basic Land and GIS experience is required.
Parcel Edit Tools – Ideal for people with GIS experience who will be digitizing land agreement boundaries, this 2-day course teaches how to map all types of land boundary descriptions. Hands-on activities teach attendees how to run out metes and bounds descriptions, map Public Land Survey legal descriptions, and more. Users then will learn how to link mapped polygons to their corresponding records in the LPM database. GIS experience is required.
LandWorks Toolbox – Customized by industry, this 1-day course teaches users how to run LandWorks’ advanced set of ArcGIS analysis, data loading, labeling and reporting tools. Students learn how to create agreement expiration maps, load mapped facilities and surface ownership information into LPM, view scanned documents, create advanced queries, and run specialized land reports. Industries with sub-surface development will learn how to create formation/coal seam ownership maps and analyze/label subsurface mineral ownership. Some GIS experience is helpful but not required.
QuikMap Printer/Administrator – This 4-hour course teaches participants how to use QuikMap Printer and its advanced, user-friendly map printing options. Users also will learn how to create custom map template sets for use in QuikMap Printer and QuikMap Printer for Web.
WebMaps Enterprise GIS Suite – The ½ day course teaches participants how to use web-based mapping tools. Users will learn how to use LandWorks MapView, MapLink as well as WebMaps web-based GIS tools for searching data, printing custom maps, viewing scanned documents, accessing GIS attribute data, easily moving between project areas and exporting data from the web-based map to Excel. No previous GIS experience is required.