Mining 101 Webcast is the perfect alternative for busy professionals like you! Attend these 3 live sessions from your workstation at home or in the office. Ask questions, and interact with the instructor and other participants as if you were sitting in the course. Prior to the webcast you will have access to online reference material which will increase your understanding and appreciation of the Mining 101 Webcast.
This webcast covers the basic concepts of mining and mineral processing: how mines are found, how they are built, how the ore is processed, how the waste is disposed, how mineral products are marketed, and some ideas about where mining will be in the future.
This course qualifies as formal Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activity ... and as credit towards a Certificate in Mining Studies (CMS) from University of British Columbia (UBC).
About the Author
Doctor Scott Dunbar is an associate professor in the Norman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering at the University of British Columbia. He has been involved with mining projects for more than 25 years. His research interests include mine project economics, decision analysis and simulation and advanced mining methods.
Who Should Attend?
Everyone who needs a broad understanding of the mining industry without the technical details ... from investors, accountants and suppliers ... to geologists, chemists and metallurgists.
For more information or to register visit http://www.edumine.com/pd/mining101webcast_201108/