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  • Geophysics for Mining Professionals


    Starting:
    24/06/2024 @ 05:00 PM (GMT-07:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
    Ending:
    19/08/2024 @ 05:00 PM (GMT-07:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
  • VALMIN Code Reporting


    Starting:
    01/07/2024 @ 05:00 PM (GMT-07:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
    Ending:
    12/08/2024 @ 05:00 PM (GMT-07:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
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Course overview Become an effective mine manager with field-proven insights. You also get access to a three month All-Access Subscription to Edumine enabling you to learn from the 110+ on-demand courses offered on a variety of topics.  Download Brochure Duration Delivery Start Date  PD Hours Language 20 Hours / 5 weeks 100% online 26 August 2024 Up to 20 English   From leading teams across remote sites to 24 hour operations, the resources sector offers unique challenges for leaders, underpinned by continuous change, pressure to perform and complex corporate expectations. Reduce the stress of people management while you gain the skills and frameworks to be an exceptional team leader with the Manager as Leader and Influencer short course. This course has been developed by leaders with field-proven experience building and leading teams successfully in the resources sector. Gain the essential knowledge you need to successfully lead a team in mining: Critical skills and obligations as a manager Your ethical obligations as a manager, and the risks of unethical behaviour Translating corporate expectations and communicating them to your team People management tools to unlock high performance Performance coaching to enable success Influence at all levels of the business to create positive change Skills for team morale and engagement, including the right leadership behaviours to use in different contexts and cultures Lead performance feedback discussions effectively Tools and frameworks to support your path to success Frameworks for continuous improvement as a leader, including reflecting on your performance and asking for feedback from others Manager’s toolbox of productivity techniques and tools, including delegating, managing your energy and time This course is part of the Mine Operations Manager Core Skills series, designed to support new, aspiring and established leaders develop the skills to lead successful teams and operations in the mining industry. Course structure The five-week course is a collaborative, hands-on online learning experience, taking learners approximately 20 hours to complete. Please note the live sessions are not mandatory, the virtual classroom will be recorded and available on the same day for participants who are unable to attend the live events. Course content includes: Live virtual classroom (with replay available) Additional resources and readings (case studies, videos, articles) Workplace activities and peer discussions Group discussion forums Learning activities in the form of short test questions Note: This course will be delivered by AusIMM through a partnership with Edumine. Course Sessions 28-Aug-24 7.00pm 18-Sep-24 7.00pm Note: All times are in Pacific Time. Who should attend? • Managers looking to upskill as people leaders • Established leaders looking for a refresher for getting the most from their teams • Senior specialists preparing to step into future leadership opportunities Course facilitators All programs have been developed in consultation with leading organisations in the mining industry, subject matter experts and community leaders to ensure you gain the latest knowledge and develop relevant skills to accelerate your career.   Melanie McCarthy Former General Manager, Mandalay Resources Costerfield Operations, Australia Principal - Melanie McCarthy Mentor   Read more

Course overview Learn how to develop, drive and deliver mine systems and strategies underpinned by good governance to address corporate, commercial and community risks and opportunities - essential knowledge for running successful site operations. You also get access to a three month All-Access Subscription to Edumine enabling you to learn from the 110+ on-demand courses offered on a variety of topics.  The ability to understand, develop and deliver mine site strategies and supporting systems is critical knowledge for established and aspiring site leaders alike. Learn from site leaders with decades of experience in navigating and translating corporate business strategy into mine objectives and developing your own strategies that address site and industry trends, risk and opportunities. The course focuses on how to both design and deliver mine strategy and methodologies for execution, leveraging good governance to identify and respond to external governing bodies and requirements, and internal governing systems With a focus on learning practical skills and applied knowledge, the course offers participants the opportunity to bring or reflect on their own site strategy for meaningful insights from industry leaders and peers. This course is the first offering in the Mine Operations Manager Core Skills series - courses designed to support aspiring and established site leaders with the insights, skills and knowledge essential for running successful site operations. Duration Delivery Start Date PD Hours Language 20 hours / 5 weeks 100% online 28 Oct 2024 Up to 20 English Course structure The five-week course is a collaborative, hands-on online learning experience, taking learners approximately 20 hours to complete. Please note the live sessions are not mandatory, the webinar will be recorded and available on the same day for participants who are unable to attend the live event. Course content includes: Live virtual classrooms Additional resources and readings (case studies, videos, articles) Selective examples of tools used Group discussion forums Learning activities in the form of short test questions Note: This course will be delivered by AusIMM through a partnership with Edumine. Course Sessions 29-Oct-24 6.00pm 07-Nov-24 5.00pm 12-Nov-24 5.00pm 19-Nov-24 5.00pm Note: All times are in Pacific Time. Who should attend? Site Superintendents and aspiring site leaders Gain the skills and knowledge required for managing site strategies to help you step up to site management roles Mine Managers, Site Supervisors, and Operations Managers Refresh your knowledge to enhance and learn the latest approaches and trends for successfully leading systems and strategies on your site Course facilitators All programs have been developed in consultation with leading organisations in the mining industry, subject matter experts and community leaders to ensure you gain the latest knowledge and develop relevant skills to accelerate your career.   Stephen Williams Associate, Enthalpy Pty Ltd   Neil Conway Associate, Enthalpy Pty Ltd   Erin Sweeney MAusIMM(CP) Senior Manager of Strategy and Growth, MEC Mining Read more

Course overview Develop an in-depth understanding of the JORC Code, including recognising obligations and liabilities, demonstrating its correct applications across different industries, and appropriately applying the Code to the reporting environment under the ASX and ASIC. You also get access to a three month All-Access Subscription to Edumine enabling you to learn from the 110+ on-demand courses offered on a variety of topics.  Duration Delivery Start Date  PD Hours Language 40 Hours / 8 weeks 100% online 7 October 2024 Up to 40 English AusIMM’s Professional Certificate in JORC Code Reporting has been specifically designed for resources professionals responsible for effectively reporting in accordance with the JORC Code (e.g. Competent Persons or aspiring Competent Persons). Note: This course does not enable a practitioner to qualify as a Competent Person. All the criteria as specified in the JORC Code must still be met. Course structure The eight-week course consists of six modules over six weeks, with a final two weeks to complete the written assessment. Each module consists of: Pre-recorded videos Live interactive virtual classrooms (some modules) Interactive learning activities and group discussions Multiple choice questions Additional readings and case studies The final assessment is made up of approximately 20 short answer questions that address the content presented in each module. Access to the final assignment will be available at the end of week 1 allowing participants to work progressively on the questions as they work their way through the course. Live sessions are recorded and available within 24 hours for participants who are unable to attend. Note: This course will be delivered by AusIMM through a partnership with Edumine. Course Sessions 28-Oct-24 6.00pm 06-Nov-24 6.00pm 15-Nov-24 5.30pm Note: All times are in Pacific Time. Who should attend? Aspiring Competent Persons Develop an in-depth understanding of the JORC Code and its application. Mining industry professionals Ensure that you are performing at the highest level expected. Mining companies listed or looking to list on the Stock Exchange Establish your team’s knowledge of the JORC Code’s intricacies and its application in the reporting environment. Course facilitators All programs have been developed in consultation with leading organisations in the mining industry, subject matter experts and community leaders to ensure you gain the latest knowledge and develop relevant skills to accelerate your career.   Roderick Carlson MAusIMM Geology Manager / Principal Geologist, AMC Consultants   Graham Jeffress FAusIMM(CP) Principal Consultant / Manager – Corporate, CSA Global   Andrew Hall MAusIMM(CP) Director/Executive Lead - Advisory, AMC Consultants   Phil Jankowski Principal Consultant, Resource Geology   Lauren Tooley MAusIMM Consultant Exploration Geologist, RSC Mining and Mineral Exploration   Glen Williamson FAusIMM Principal Mining Engineer, AMC Consultants Read more

Course overview Essential skills for managing teams and engaging contractors, including the unique requirements for leading local, remote and international teams. You also get access to a three month All-Access Subscription to Edumine enabling you to learn from the 110+ on-demand courses offered on a variety of topics.  Duration Delivery Start Date  PD Hours Language 20 Hours / 5 weeks 100% online 19 August 2024 Up to 20 English   Help your sites and your people reach peak performance with critical skills for enabling safe and collaborative behaviours. From selecting the right people for the right role to ensuring productive arrangements with contractors and helping your people return home safely each day, gain actionable insights into helping your team be their best every day. Spanning 5 weeks, this online course has been designed to help established and emerging leaders harness knowledge and practical application to enable their teams to support critical business goals while empowering their own career journey. Course structure The five-week course is a collaborative, hands-on online learning experience, taking learners approximately 20 hours to complete. Please note the live sessions are not mandatory, the virtual classroom will be recorded and available on the same day for participants who are unable to attend the live event. Course content includes: Weekly live virtual classroom (with replay available) Additional resources and readings (case studies, videos, articles) Workplace activities and peer discussions Group discussion forums Learning activities in the form of short test questions Please note, live sessions are not mandatory; the virtual classroom sessions will be recorded and available for participants who are unable to attend live. Note: This course will be delivered by AusIMM through a partnership with Edumine. Course Sessions TBC Note: All times are in Pacific Time. Who should attend? Mine Managers, Site Supervisors, and Operations Managers Refresh your knowledge by exploring the latest approaches for improving performance of your team Site Superintendents and aspiring site leaders Gain the skills and knowledge to better support your team, and to help you step up to site management roles Course facilitators All programs have been developed in consultation with leading organisations in the mining industry, subject matter experts and community leaders to ensure you gain the latest knowledge and develop relevant skills to accelerate your career.   Joanna Krzyzanowska Principal Mining Consultant MEC Mining   Read more

Course overview Learn about Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles, standards, analytical methods including ESG risk assessment, workforce skill requirements and management applicable at minerals projects and operations. You also get access to a three month All-Access Subscription to Edumine enabling you to learn from the 110+ on-demand courses offered on a variety of topics.  Duration Delivery Start Date  PD Hours Language 20 Hours / 5 weeks 100% online 05 August 2024 Up to 20 English Designed for leaders in operational, project development and studies roles, this course examines ESG-related matters through critical thinking and reference to real experience. Wide-ranging in scope, the course equips participants with an understanding of existing and emerging ESG performance expectations in minerals exploration, development, operating and closure contexts. Over four weeks, the content examines, critiques and debates ESG from a systems and operational perspective, with an emphasis on proper analysis, good management and demonstrable performance. Learn how to: Address ESG performance expectations in mine operations and project development Filter the many competing ESG expectations and identify ESG priorities in specific context Identify and gauge by reference to cost and value ESG-related risks (opportunities and threats) Manage operations and projects to meet stakeholder expectations, ESG risk exposures, ESG-related assurance and performance reporting requirements. In modern mining, to be successful leaders professionals in technical and managerial roles need a good understanding of, and accountability for, good environmental and social outcomes consistent with the expectations of host communities, regulators, investors and employees. This course provides a comprehensive grounding in environmental and social matters relevant to the minerals industry and the governance requirements necessary to ensure their consistent good management.   For operations professionals with no previous exposure to ESG, the course provides a powerful introduction; for those with some ESG exposure, it provides an expanded grounding, a compelling synthesis and a timely update. Professionals with scientific and engineering backgrounds are ideally placed to analyse and manage business issues and risk – this course is designed to extend that expertise to the management of ESG matters. Course structure The five-week course is a collaborative, hands-on learning experience, taking learners approximately 20 hours to complete. Please note the live sessions are not mandatory, the virtual classrooms will be recorded and available on the same day for participants who are unable to attend the live event. Course content includes: Live virtual classroom sessions (with replay available) Additional resources and readings (case studies, videos, articles) Selective examples of tools used Interactive learning activities and discussion Learning activities and short quizzes Note: This course will be delivered by AusIMM through a partnership with Edumine. Course Sessions 07-Aug-24 6.30pm 14-Aug-24 6.30pm 28-Aug-24 6.30pm Note: All times are in Pacific Time. Who should attend? Leaders in operational roles, such as Operations General Managers Mining Managers Plant Managers Project Directors Study Managers Project Managers Course facilitators All programs have been developed in consultation with leading organisations in the mining industry, subject matter experts and community leaders to ensure you gain the latest knowledge and develop relevant skills to accelerate your career.   Bruce Harvey FAusIMM(CP) Geologist, Social Performance Professional   Graham Jeffress FAusIMM(CP) Principal Consultant / Manager – Corporate, CSA Global   Narelle Wolfe MAusIMM Head of Sustainability & ESG, AusIMM   Read more

Course overview Learn about the fundamentals and principles of appropriate Public Reporting of technical assessment and/or valuations of mining assets in compliance with relevant laws with an in-depth understanding of the VALMIN Code, its interpretation and appropriate application. You also get access to a three month All-Access Subscription to Edumine enabling you to learn from the 110+ on-demand courses offered on a variety of topics.  Duration Delivery Start Date  PD Hours Language 20 Hours / 5 weeks 100% online 01 July 2024 Up to 20 English The VALMIN Code sets out requirements for the technical assessment and valuation of mineral assets and securities for independent expert reports and provides guidance for petroleum assets and securities. This course will provide the fundamentals and principles of appropriate Public Reporting of technical assessment and/or valuations of mining assets in compliance with relevant laws. The course will suit professionals working on the evaluation of mining and exploration assets and who are responsible for Public Reports that will include information about the evaluation of assets or valuation of securities. Course structure The five-week course is a collaborative, hands-on online learning experience, taking learners approximately 20 hours to complete. Please note the live sessions are not mandatory, the virtual classrooms will be recorded and available on the same day for participants who are unable to attend the live event. Course content includes: Four 105-minute virtual classroom sessions Pre-recorded videos featuring interviews with experts Resources such as case studies, articles, associated content Group discussion forums Test questions Note: This course will be delivered by AusIMM through a partnership with Edumine. Course Sessions 01-Jul-24 6.30pm 08-Jul-24 6.30pm 15-Jul-24 6.30pm Note: All times are in Pacific Time. Who should attend? Leaders in operational roles, such as Operations General Managers Mining Managers Plant Managers Project Directors Study Managers Project Managers Course facilitators All programs have been developed in consultation with leading organisations in the mining industry, subject matter experts and community leaders to ensure you gain the latest knowledge and develop relevant skills to accelerate your career.   Deborah Lord FAusIMM(CP) Chair of the VALMIN Committee; Principal, Valuation and Resource Management   Graham Jeffress FAusIMM(CP) Principal Consultant / Manager – Corporate, CSA Global   Sue Border FAusIMM CP(Ret) Director/Principal Geologist, Geos Mining   Paul Dunbar MAusIMM Principal, Valuation and Resource Management   Leigh Slomp FAusIMM (CP) General Manager - Technical Services, Arcadium Lithium   Read more

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