JORC CODE WEBINAR SERIES – Workshop 2: Reporting Exploration Results & Exploration Targets


Date(s) - Thursday, 06/08/2020 - Tuesday, 11/08/2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm (AEST)
2.00pm - 4.00pm (AWST)


AIG Professional Short Course Series


Workshop 2: Reporting Exploration Results & Exploration Targets


Date & Time

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

East Coast Webinar Times 10-12pm (AEST)

Workshop 2, 3 and 4 (Part 1) – Either Thu 6 Aug or Mon 10 Aug
Part 2 of Workshop 2 – Tue 11 Aug

West Coast Webinar Times 2-4pm (AWST)

Workshop 2, 3 and 4 (Part 1) – Either Thu 6 Aug or Mon 10 Aug
Part 2 of Workshop 2 – Tue 11 Aug

Each workshop represents


Workshop 2: Reporting Exploration Results and Exploration Targets

Geological staff signing off on public reports presenting Exploration Results and/or Exploration Targets are accepting significant personal responsibility for these reports. The JORC Code sets out explicit requirements for public reporting of exploration information and provides recommendations and guidelines to assist geologists with establishing sound processes to support the reporting of these activities, including The Checklist of Assessment and Reporting Criteria (JORC Code Table 1).

Workshop 2 is a stand-alone module designed as a refresher for geological staff who currently take Competent Person responsibility for public reporting of exploration data, those that may be able to do so now or in the near future, and non-technical mining industry professionals that work with exploration information. Part 1 of this workshop is a core module that is common to Workshops 2, 3 and 4. It provides an overview of the Code, describes the general elements of the Code, outlines the role and responsibility of the Competent Person, and summarises the complaints process. Part 2 is specific to exploration reporting and covers the key elements of the Code relevant to exploration, common compliance issues including Table 1, and a summary of relevant rules of the Australian Securities Exchange. Reporting case studies will be used to 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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