AIG Queensland Branch technical talks are moving to the Transcontinental Hotel, 482 George St, Brisbane Qld 4000.
Closure of the Theodore Club has led to the change in venue. The first talk at our new venue will be Dr Greg Maddocks “Geology, Geochemistry and the Social License to Operate” on 12 April. The Transcontinental Hotel is one of Queensland’s longest-standing pubs. It’s the beautiful old Queensland pub located at 482 George Street, opposite the Roma St train station.
Click here for more details of this talk and see you there!
After eight years of intensive TESEP workshop (& fieldtrip) delivery with:
- 1836 teacher attendances at 144 workshops in 30 locations, and
- 559 teacher attendances at 40 field/site visits,
have we made a difference to Earth & Environmental Science teaching in the classroom?
Teacher feedback says YES.
TESEP (Teacher Earth Science Education Programme) is making a difference in the delivery of Earth science education to teachers in schools in Australia’s eastern states. The TESEP Annual Report for 2015, prepared by TESEP’s Chairperson. Jill Stevens, is available here. More information about TESEP is available from the program website.
Peter Card presented his economic evaluation program at the recent Project Evaluation conference held in Adelaide South Australia. The full program tools are freely available from www.economicevaluation.com.au
The site is a valuable resource for all geoscientists interested in this field of practice.
The VALMIN Committee, in collaboration with its parent bodies (The AusIMM and AIG), will be conducting an extensive program of seminars around Australia, to build industry professionals’ understanding of the VALMIN Code, 2015 Edition.
These important professional development seminars will support the effective implementation of the revised VALMIN Code.
VALMIN 2015 has been updated to complement the changes in the 2012 JORC Code.
The seminars will be a valuable refresher for the experienced practitioner. And for those new to the use of the VALMIN Code, an introduction to the principles and key points to be aware of when preparing a technical or a valuation report.
A hypothetical case study will be presented to Illustrate the application of VALMIN 2015. Opportunities for Q & A sessions will be available at all seminars.
Roadshow workshops are being held in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth. Refer to the attached brochure for venues, dates and times in each city.
$132 AusIMM & AIG member $220 Non member
$66 AusIMM Map member, AIG unemployed or underemployed member
$66 AusIMM/AIG Student member
25th INTERNATIONAL GEOPHYSICAL CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION
Interpreting the Past, Discovering the Future
ASEG-PESA-AIG 2016’s mixture of international and local speakers, in-depth educational offerings, and important delegate opportunities for contribution and discussion make it a “must attend” event for all in the geophysical and geological community.
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230 abstracts have been received which are now being reviewed and will form the foundations for a great conference in Adelaide this August.
The conference’s web site provides the most up to date on the technical programme and workshops. Registrations are now open.