Tuesday 2nd December, 2014
9:00am to 5:00pm
Build your knowledge and confidence in the mining business lifecycle and its technical jargon by examining its technical and commercial components spanning exploration, geology, mining methods, production and processing. Key Learning Outcomes Understand the make-up of the Australian mining industry Discover mine exploration techniques Understand mine geology and ore body modelling Analyse resource/reserve estimation and statutory requirements: JORC Learn about mine planning and mine start-ups Analyse mining methods, processes and practices surface and underground Understand mine closures, environmental, safety and legal considerations Comprehend corporate governance, industry challenges and the future About the Course This course will provide a new or relatively new entrant into the mining industry with a clear understanding of the fundamentals, workings and technical components of mining in general, and its application in the Australian and global industry. Participants will learn about the technical aspects of mining ranging from exploration methods, geology, resource estimation, surface mining and underground mining to mine planning, mining methods and mine closures. You will gain a sound understanding for the terminology used within the industry and gain knowledge of the motivation and factors that influence the technical and broader industry personnel whom they interact with on a day-to-day basis. For those who need to become experts in the mining industry, this course will provide a fundamental background and starting point, and improve communication and negotiation with peers and stakeholders.
Price: $ 2744.50 AUD
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