Facilitators: Cathy Evans, Kate Tungpalan and Vladimir Jokovic

Cost: $3200 (exclusive of GST)

Days: 3

This three-day course introduces attendees to the impact of variations in ore characteristics on specific processes covering the entire mining value chain. It aims to impart an appreciation of the linkages between the basic concepts of Geometallurgy and Mine to Mill methodologies, using real-world case studies and data. Course attendees will emerge with an improved ability to communicate across functional areas in relation to ore characteristics and process variability.

About Geology, mining and metallurgy courses

The team in SMI's Production Centres (JKMRC and BRC) offers a range of professional development options to build industry capacity. We are offering these courses to address key and ongoing development needs identified through our collaborative research. In addition to these open courses, we are always amenable to developing tailor-made in-house courses for our industry partners.

These short courses are designed to give attendees the opportunity to undertake professional development in a modular and intensive format which fits more easily with the demands of a modern industry professional. They also provide an opportunity for interaction with like-minded practitioners from other organisations. 

 

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