JORC CODE WORKSHOP WEBINARS – Workshop 1: Introduction to the JORC Code


Date(s) - Tuesday, 04/08/2020 - Wednesday, 05/08/2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm (AEST)
2.00pm - 4.00pm (AWST)


AIG Professional Short Course Series


Workshop 1: Introduction to the JORC Code


Date & Time

These webinars will be presented over two consecutive days, 2 hours per session.

East Coast Webinar Times 10-12pm (AEST)

Workshop 1: Tue 4 Aug & Wed 5 Aug

West Coast Webinar Times 2-4pm (AWST)

Workshop 1: Tue 4 Aug & Wed 5 Aug

Each workshop represents


Introduction to the JORC Code

The JORC Code sets out the requirements for public reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves. However, its influence is much broader than this because it defines industry-standard terms and sets out standards, recommendations, and guidelines to assist geologists and other technical staff establish and maintain sound processes for many of their day-to-day activities. The Checklist of Assessment and Reporting Criteria (JORC Code Table 1) is a valuable tool for all technical staff working in exploration and mining, from new graduates to experienced veterans

Workshop 1 is a stand-alone module designed for anyone new to the JORC Code, including early career geologists and geoscience students, experienced geologists unfamiliar with the Code and non-technical mining industry professionals. The workshop provides an overview of the Code, describes the key elements of the Code, introduces the concept of the Competent Person, and references linkages to the Australian Securities Exchange listing rules. The workshop explains why the Code represents a reference manual for good practice and includes examples of public reports that illustrate how the JORC Code is applied.


Certificate of Workshop Attendance and Certificate of Workshop Completion

Participants may choose to receive a formal Certificate of Completion from AIG for each workshop attended. This certificate requires the participant to successfully complete a short online assessment within two weeks of completing the workshop to demonstrate an adequate understanding of the workshop content. This additional certification costs $25.

All participants who do not wish to complete a certificate of completion will receive a formal Certificate of Attendance from AIG, showing the number of CPD hours completed.



AIG Members: $220
Non Members: $330
Concessional Rate: Student, Unemployed or Retired AIG Members: $110

Attendees have the option to complete an online assessment to receive a certificate of completion for each workshop.

The deadline for registration is two days prior to the commencement of each workshop.

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