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  • Manager as Leader and Influencer


    Starting:
    05/03/2024 @ 05:00 PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
    Ending:
    25/03/2024 @ 05:00 PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
  • Cost Estimation for the Resources Industry


    Starting:
    06/03/2024 @ 04:30 PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
    Ending:
    10/04/2024 @ 05:00 PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
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Course overview Gain competency and expand your knowledge on the geotechnical, geochemical, governance, closure and socio-economic considerations of tailings management. 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.   Our partner AusIMM in conjunction with leading experts in the mining industry, has developed the Professional Certificate in Tailings Management. Featuring internationally-renowned tailings experts and case studies, the course will cover geotechnical, geochemical, governance, closure and socio-economic considerations of tailings management. The interactive, online format of the course will provide participants with an opportunity to learn in a community-based environment from wherever they are situated. Duration Delivery Start Date PD Hours Language 8 weeks 100% online 10 April 2024 Up to 40 English 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, featuring Q&As with global tailings experts Live interactive virtual classrooms Interactive learning activities and group discussions Multiple choice questions Additional readings and case studies The final assessment is made up of 24 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 15-Apr-24 6.30pm 22-Apr-24 6.30pm 29-Apr-24 6.30pm 6-May-24 6.30pm 13-May-24 6.30pm 20-May-24 6.30pm Note: All times are in Pacific Time. Who should attend? Tailings consultants Contractors and consultants. Mining companies Head office senior management and technical personnel with a responsibility for tailings. Mining industry professionals Tailings engineers, managers, and operators. Course facilitators   David Williams FAusIMM Professor and Director of Geotechnical Engineering Centre The University of Queensland; Manager, Large Open Pit Project   Peter Chapman FAusIMM Principal Tailings Engineer, WSP Golder   Dr Rens Verburg Technical Fellow - Geochemistry, WSP Golder   David Brereton Researcher and Consultant, Corporate Social Performance   Deanna Kemp Director, Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM)  Sustainable Minerals Institute, University of Queensland   Laurie Reemeyer FAusIMM Principal Consultant, Resourceful Paths   Peter Scott MAusIMM Director, PA Scott Consulting 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 8 April 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 8-Apr-24 7.00pm 15-Apr-24 7.00pm 22-Apr-24 7.00pm 29-Apr-24 7.00pm 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 Explore the multi-disciplinary components of studies, between exploration 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.  Study Processes for Resource Projects examines the role of the different contributors to ensure technical discipline and that risk is managed to prepare successful business cases. In creating a consistent roadmap for preparing and evaluating Projects, the course provides a framework for ensuring the right tasks are pursued at the right time, and the steps needed to present information in a compelling way. The course will provide participants the tools they need to inform decision making to advance studies at key project milestones and support evaluation. The course shares the stages in a project development study process – from scoping through to front-end engineering and design. By following a structured process, course participants can ensure a standardised approach that can be applied across resource projects. Duration Delivery Start Date PD Hours Language 20 hours / 5 weeks 100% online 25 March 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 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 classrooms Videos of interviews with various subject matter experts Additional resources and readings 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 27-Mar-24 5.30pm 3-Apr-24 5.30pm 10-Apr-24 6.30pm 17-Apr-24 6.30pm Note: All times are in Pacific Time. Who should attend? Project managers Influence project progression through key milestones and approval gates; and better understand how to interpret cases put to you for approval Study managers Learn how to follow processes required to craft compelling proposals to secure support for your projects Exploration managers Learn how to present information in a way that creates a compelling argument for investors Course facilitators   Lisa Park FAusIMM (CP) Metallurgist   Karl van Olden FAusIMM Executive Lead – Operations, AMC Consultants   Peter Fairfield  FAusIMM(CP) Principal Consultant, Miner Insight Pty Ltd Read More

Course overview Learn how Integrated Mine Closure (IMC) can realise significant value to operations; how to assess closure risks; opportunities to realise value and maintenance programs to drive relinquishment. 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.   This Professional Certificate introduces Integrated Mine Closure (IMC), the role of environmental and socio-economic knowledge base and the importance of a shared closure vision; the criticality of social transition and leaving a positive legacy to successful IMC;  the importance of closure integration into Life of Mine planning and multi-disciplinary ownership of IMC. You will learn to: Identify and assess closure risks and opportunities to reduce risk and realise value; Recognise that the execution of closure plans requires the same project management rigour as the original mine development; Explain success criteria and associated monitoring and maintenance programs to drive relinquishment.   Through improved knowledge of the Integrated Mine Closure process, learners will be able to more proactively contribute to planning and execution as part of their normal roles, rapidly upskill in this important process, add more value to your role, and use the increased knowledge as a springboard to higher level opportunities within your company. ICMM’s ‘Integrated Mine Closure: Good Practice Guide’ has been drawn upon in the development of this course. AusIMM would like to acknowledge the contributors to that guide, in particular the ICMM team, their members and consultants. Duration Delivery Start Date PD Hours Language 40 hours / 8 weeks 100% online 20 March 2024 Up to 40 English Course structure The practical and outcomes-focused eight-week course consists of six modules over six weeks, with a final two weeks to complete the assessment. The course consists of: Live virtual classrooms (recordings made available within 24 hours) Pre-recorded videos, featuring interviews with experienced industry experts Interactive learning activities and discussion Multiple choice questions Additional reading including case studies Live sessions are recorded and available within 24 hours for participants who are unable to attend. The final assessment will require participants to critically assess a closure plan. Note: This course will be delivered by AusIMM through a partnership with Edumine. Course Sessions   Note: All times are in Pacific Time. Who should attend? Mid-level managers (Coordinators and Superintendents) Subject Matter Experts (Specialists) in the Mining Industry in disciplines that have a role to play in Integrated Mine Closure. This includes mine planners, mining engineers, mine closure practitioners, technical services, finance, legal, social, safety/health, human resources and environmental. Mine Closure Practitioners that would like to refresh or improve their knowledge and skills in this area. Course facilitators   Dr Carl Grant MAusIMM Director and Principal Closure/Rehabilitation Unearthed Environmental Services Pty Ltd   Dr Sheridan Coakes National Social Practice Lead Umwelt Environmental and Social Consultants   Dr Ana Maria Esteves Director Community Insights Group PTE LTD   Kim Ferguson FAusIMM Experienced Closure Specialist     Dr Cherie McCullough FAusIMM(CP) Director/Principal Environmental Scientist Mine Lakes Consulting   Mike O'Kane MAusIMM Senior Technical Advisor, Okane Consultants   Jonathan Sanders Mine Closure Practitioner, Associate KCB Australia     Dr Neeltje Slingerland Mine Closure Practice Lead (Canada) WSP   Dr Bjorn Weeks Senior Advisor, Closure Teck Resources Ltd   Narelle Wolfe MAusIMM Head of Sustainability & ESG, AusIMM   Dr Renee Young MAusIMM Program Director, Conservation and Restoration The Western Australian Biodiversity Science Institute Read More

Course overview Gain an appreciation of the diversity, techniques and methodologies to accurately, reliably and efficiently track metal production from mine custody transfer point of ore delivery into the process plant through to saleable product; including recognising and quantifying metal accounting uncertainties and biases. 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.  This course introduces the principles of the AMIRA P754 Code of Practice for Metal Accounting as a means for enabling reliable metal accounting. Gain the foundation and framework to deliver more accurate metal accounting reports and data outputs to support sound corporate governance, improved workflow across the business, enhanced financial forecasting and improved efficiency in gaining more value from mineral deposits. Techniques and methodologies are reinforced with real world examples, subject matter expert input and practical exercises that the learner can apply in their workplaces. Duration Delivery Start Date PD Hours Language 40 Hours / 8 weeks 100% online 20 March 2024 Up to 40 English Gain skills to help you: report results in a transparent and accurate manner understand the impact of sound metal accounts on the broader business positively impacting company reputation, corporate governance and market credibility providing a reliable platform for improving operations and measuring the true impact of process changes and improved resource utilisation and sustainability. understand plant design requirements for enabling operational capability to deliver best practice metal accounting performance assist your business in understanding limitations, variability and risks in their metal accounting systems approach metal accounting with a value focus. Support improved new mineral processing plant design, mine production and resource and financial planning and forecasting with a solid understanding of metal accounting requirements and how these relate to the overall mine to product value chain. Course structure The eight-week course consists of six modules over six weeks, with a final two weeks to complete written assessments. Each module consists of: Pre-recorded videos, featuring interviews with experienced industry experts Interactive learning activities and discussion ‘Take home’ analytical tools that can be used in the workplace Multiple choice questions Additional reading including case studies The written assessment requires participants to complete short answer questions that address the content presented in each module. 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 19-Mar-24 6.00pm 10-Apr-24 7.00pm Note: All times are in Pacific Time. Who should attend? Persons responsible for generating, utilising or supporting metal accounting reporting in the minerals industry including: • Site Metallurgists • Metallurgists accountable as the Competent Person • Chemical or Process Engineers transitioning to Metallurgy roles • Metallurgical Managers • Plant Design Metallurgists/Process Engineers Other persons who can benefit from attending this introductory course by broadening their understanding of how the metal accounting process should work in practice are: • Production & Reserves Geologists • Mine Planning Engineers • Product marketing, finance, commercial and IT personnel Course facilitators        Karen McCaffery    FAusIMM    Principal, Tastufo Consulting (CPMet), MIEAust. CPEng, NER      John Jessop    Managing Director - Think Advisory Pty Ltd    BSc (Geophysics)        Gail Gnoinski    MAusIMM Read More

Course overview Gain tools, techniques and tips to create accurate cost estimations for the resources industry. 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 Cost Estimation short course is designed to provide resources industry professionals with foundational tools and techniques to perform capital, operating and business cost estimations specific to the resources sector from scoping to feasibility studies. Delivered by experienced industry leaders, this course draws from the AusIMM Cost Estimation Handbook and many case studies to provide practical tips for pursuing more accurate cost estimation. Participants will also receive a digital copy of the AusIMM Cost Estimation Handbook - a saving of up to $198. Duration Delivery Start Date PD Hours Language 20 hours / 5 weeks 100% online 4 March 2024 Up to 20 English Course structure The four-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: Weekly live virtual classroom 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 6-Mar-24 4.30pm 13-Mar-24 5.30pm 20-Mar-24 5.30pm 27-Mar-24 5.30pm Note: All times are in Pacific Time. Who should attend? Project and study managers Build credible cost estimates for mining projects. Financial analysts and decision makers Understand cost estimation methodology, limitations and risks.   Operational engineers and technologists Estimate costs for budgeting, studies and equipment selection. 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.   Peter McCarthy HonFAusIMM(CP)   Neil Cusworth FAusIMM Chairman and Founding Director, Enthalpy   Adrian Pratt FAusIMM(CP) Principal, Adrian Pratt Mining Consultants   Damian Peachey Principal Consultant, AMC Consultants  Read More

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