Great lectures delivered online. I recommend it to all who use GPR or make use of GPR data. Far superior to anything that we can deliver to public university students here in USA!

Don T.Department of Geosciences, Valdosta State University

The GPR Basics course covers the theoretical background of geophysics and is
wrapped up with real-life examples and potential applications. Recommended as a starting point for beginners.

Julie B.Archaeologist, Florida Division of Historical Resources

As a beginner in the use of GPR, this was a great learning experience for me.
The course was easy to follow and easy to understand. Well worth it.

Mark B.Civil Engineer, Trinidad-Tobago

The GPR Basics modules were easy to follow and very helpful in understanding how GPR works. I have not found any other resource that is teaching GPR using visuals and other easy to understand methods. For a beginner, this is much better than a manual or textbook!

Jamie A.Director or Training, GPRS

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