Social Performance in the Resources Sector

The Fundamentals of Social Performance Series consists of three core modules comprising the Foundations of Social Performance, Working with Communities, and Understanding Social Impact, each delivered over a four day period. Download the flyer for more information.

The Masterclass Series are led by highly qualified and skilled practitioners working around the globe. These courses focus on specialised topics and offer participants the opportunity to develop new skills, gain exposure to latest practice and make key contacts in the field.

Developed in response to demand for more modular, intensive workshops and flexible study options, our courses offer those working in the mining and social performance field the opportunity to learn alongside peers in the sector and to hear from experts in the field.

Information on upcoming dates, registration and cost is available on the upcoming courses tab.

CSRM also delivers Customised Workshops, enabling teams to develop new knowledge, explore innovative concepts and practices, and to unpack complex sustainability scenarios. Workshop objectives can be tailored to the needs of individual organisations and can be facilitated at The University of Queensland, your corporate office, or on-site with social performance teams.

Registration for courses is done through an online payment form. 

Mastercard, Visa and American Express is accepted, as well as the option to create a Proforma Invoice that can be paid via BPAY or EFT.

Contacts

Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining

Online Masterclass – Land access and resettlement: frameworks and issues

20 July 2020 9:00am21 August 2020 5:00pm
The four-week Masterclass is offered by CSRM on-line and requires approximately 4-5 hours a week of participant time. It includes a foundational framework, case study examples, practice-based scenarios, and an assignment to support participants in translating lessons from the course into their work.

Online Masterclass – Community engagement at exploration

17 August 2020 9:00am18 September 2020 5:00pm
The four-week Masterclass requires approximately 4-5 hours a week of participant time. As well as a section introducing the contemporary exploration context, the course focuses on three core skills: building a community profile, undertaking meaningful engagement and identifying strategic investment opportunities.