Online Learning

 

Pages:
1  2  3  4 
Next >>
MetPlant Conference 2017 - Full Conference recordings

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

MetPlant has been bringing together engineers involved in the design and construction of metallurgical plants since 2002.

Four key speakers from the AusIMM’s MetPlant 2017 discuss the most recent developments in metallurgical plant design and optimisation of operations.

More information and purchase.

MetPlant Conference 2017 - Keynote video recordings

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

MetPlant has been bringing together engineers involved in the design and construction of metallurgical plants since 2002.

Four key speakers from the AusIMM’s MetPlant 2017 discuss the most recent developments in metallurgical plant design and optimisation of operations.

More information and purchase.

Tenth International Mining Geology Conference 2017 - Full conference recordings

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

This conference series has developed into the premier event in the world of Mining Geology.

Ten key speakers from the AusIMM’s Mining Geolgy 2017 discuss “setting new standards”.

More information and purchase.

Tenth International Mining Geology Conference 2017 - Keynote video recordings

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

This conference series has developed into the premier event in the world of Mining Geology.

Ten key speakers from the AusIMM’s Mining Geolgy 2017 discuss “setting new standards”.

More information and purchase.

Underground Operators' Conference 2017 - Full program video recordings

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

The Underground Operators’ series has become the benchmark of sharing underground operational experiences, good practices and lessons learnt within Australia.

Five key speakers from the AusIMM’s Underground Operators Conference 2017 discuss opportunities captured through communication, collaboration and innovation.

More information and purchase.

Underground Operators' Conference 2017 - Keynote video recordings

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

The Underground Operators’ series has become the benchmark of sharing underground operational experiences, good practices and lessons learnt within Australia.

Five key speakers from the AusIMM’s Underground Operators Conference 2017 discuss opportunities captured through communication, collaboration and innovation.

More information and purchase.

Achieving Effective Risk Management In The Workplace: Learnings From Critical Incidents

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

The introduction and progressive improvement in risk-based health and safety management systems in Australian and many overseas workplaces over the last 25 years has contributed to major reductions in injuries, fatalities and financial losses. Nevertheless, there is some way to go, as highlighted by ongoing incidents and legal proceedings. That is not the time to discover that well intentioned risk assessment did not fully meet risk management standards.

Jim will present international examples of critical incidents to highlight the benefits of good risk assessment and the pitfalls associated with deficient risk assessment. The talk will conclude with a summary of the learnings that the audience should be able to draw from the these case studies and legal proceedings.

More information and purchase.

Capital Effectiveness for Mining Project Post Boom

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

This webinar will examine the reasons why the projects had poor outcomes and discuss how MMM companies can guard against poor performance in the future.

More information and purchase.

Necessary Factors for Setting Reasonable Consulting Fees for the Mining Industry

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

This webinar presents the factors which need to be allowed for, in setting fees charged for consulting to the mining industry.

More information and purchase.

Professional Development and recognition for Community Relations Specialists

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

In this webinar, Pam introduces her frameworks and methods for community relations/development that will be of interest to Competent Persons and C&E professionals alike.

More information and purchase.

All A-Board: What do boards do, why might I join one and where do I start?

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

For some early career professionals, becoming a board member may seem like a long way down their career path, and for many more, not yet on their radar. Young board members have a lot to offer not-for-profit organisations, and many boards are now actively recruiting new professionals in order to diversify their ranks. Volunteering as a board member for a not-for-profit organisation can provide experience in the world of governance, while giving back to the community, along with numerous, transferable skills that will help you through your career. In this webinar, I will take you through the basic duties of a board member, associated benefits of the role, where to learn more about governance, and an action plan to take the first steps to start your board member journey.

More information and purchase.

Metallurgical and Mineralogical Characterisation of Gold Ores

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

Gold ores present a unique challenge for metallurgical laboratories. Various key factors need to be considered when designing a meaningful lab-scale metallurgical testwork programme. In this presentation, Brett and Dorrit will discuss some insights obtained from their involvement in a large number of programmes from both Australia and global projects and mine sites. Aspects that will be discussed include sample size and type, various methods used (and the pros and cons of each), head assays, gravity gold, cyanide leaching and diagnostic analysis.

More information and purchase.

Fundamentals of Professional Ethics: Elements and Examples

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

This webinar explores the basic concepts of, and the differences between, common morality and professional ethics for geoscientists. It looks at how geoscientists can deal with issues such as:

  • Whistle-blowing
  • Avoiding the misuse of models
  • Corporate cultures aiding incompetent practice
  • Client confidentiality vs. protecting the public’s health, safety and welfare
  • Unrecognised bias
  • Acting within Professional Codes of Ethics and Conduct

The webinar covers the differences between morals, ethics, integrity and honesty as they apply to those working in the minerals industry.

More information and purchase.

Water quality monitoring programs - not just a compliance tool - Recording

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

Water quality monitoring is a regulatory requirement at most mine site. However, most often these data are loaded into a database and just used as a compliance tool.
In addition to satisfying regulatory requirements, one of the key aims of any water quality monitoring program should be to track trends in water chemistry to allow early identification of potential water quality issues before they become an environmental and compliance liability. 

More information and purchase.

A synthesis of seed-based mine restoration research in Australia’s arid northwest: the Pilbara Seed Atlas project and beyond - Recording

Series Type: Online Learning
Year of Publication: 2017

In this presentation, key findings from both projects will be discussed using examples from dominant genera such as Triodia and Acacia. For instance, we have found that Triodia seed collections (1) consistently exhibit low floret fill rates, (2) are physiologically dormant with some of the most complex dormancy mechanisms recorded in grasses to date, (3) have diverse physiological responses to temperature and moisture during seed germination depending on the pre-treatments applied, and (4) during early seedling establishment demonstrate a unique drought-adapted shift in physiological, morphological, and anatomical traits that allow the species to grow in harsh arid conditions. Cumulatively, these seed and seedling traits influence restoration performance and we will conclude this talk with how we work with the mining industry to translate this seed management information into real on-ground changes in restoration practice. 

More information and purchase.

Pages:
1  2  3  4 
Next >>