GPR: Principles & PracticeOctober 20-21, 2021, Online 9:00 – 1:00 pm ET (UTC-5)
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GPR: Principles & Practice
October 20-21, 2021, Online 9:00 – 1:00 pm ET (UTC-5)

Upon Completion: Upon passing the final multiple-choice test, users will receive a certificate of course completion.  More importantly, you will be better versed in discussing GPR and have improved skills in acquiring and analyzing data.

Description: Attend this online, live instructor led GPR course. Using slides, videos and interactions, participants will learn all aspects of GPR from theory and instrumentation to survey techniques and data interpretation. It’s a perfect blend of theory and practical information, and therefore would be suitable for field personnel, as well as academia.

This comprehensive course is taught by an instructor with nearly 30 years of GPR experience. The course is interactive and engaging; attendees are encouraged to participate virtually by voice and chat.

  • Date/Time: October 20-21, 2021, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Eastern Time both days (UTC-5)
  • Course Duration: 8 Hours (4 hours each day)
  • Registration fee: $400 USD / per person
    • $300 USD Early Bird Discount – Deadline September 10, 2021 – Use code October2021 during checkout
    • $300 USD Academic Special (always), contact us at for discount code

Topics covered include:

  • GPR reflections
  • GPR signal velocity
  • Attenuation of GPR signals
  • Understanding GPR data images
  • GPR Instrumentation
  • Optimizing data collection settings
  • GPR deployment configurations
  • Virtual data collection – Line Scan and Grid Scan
  • Data interpretation
  • Case Studies


Greg Johnston
Senior Application Specialist

Greg received an honours BSc in geophysics in 1988. He initially worked in the petroleum seismic field before joining Sensors & Software Inc. to develop software for pulseEKKO systems. After working with GPR for more than 25 years, Greg has vast experience with all our GPR products and applications for GPR.

You will be directed to our learning website, SensoftU, where you will need to login to register for this course. If you don’t have a SensoftU login, you need to create one at that time.


October 20-21, 2021, 9:00 – 1:00 pm Eastern Time (UTC-5)