JORC Code Training

JORC Code Training

July – August 2021 AIG’s informative, popular and affordable JORC Code training program is again being presented through a series of webinars during July and August. (commencing 28th July). The seminars are run at times to suit attendees anywhere in the world. The webinar content is continuously updated to ensure that training benefits from attendee

Edumine Changes

AIG members have benefited from access to a dedicated Edumine campus for the past ten years. This will change in December when Edumine rolls out a new website and service delivery model. At the moment, access to the Edumine campus requires payment of a subscription fee that offers full access to Edumine’s catalogue of self-paced,

What is continued professional development and why is it a good thing?

Part II.  Continued Professional Development is expensive.  Right? Wrong.  Continued pprofessional development (CPD) covers a broad spectrum of activities that contribute to both your development of new skills and refinement of existing ones.  CPD always requires an investment of time but it does not need to be expensive or onerous in other ways. CPD can be

What is continued professional development and why is it a good thing?

Graduation from university with an Earth science degree represented a major learning milestone that enabled you to begin your geoscience career.  It also represented the start of the next phase in your professional, technical and personal development through continuing development as a professional. Continuing professional development, or CPD, is work-related learning that should continue throughout

Thinking about continued professional development opportunities? Have you checked out AIG’s Edumine campus?

Edumine offers more than 200, high quality courses spanning varied aspects of geology, exploration and mining, that have been used by professional geoscientists on five continents to build their capabilities and advance their careers. Courses are offered in several formats, including self-paced on-line study, live webcasts and face to face short courses.  Some courses may

AIG Purpose

The AIG Council is working to better communicate AIG’s purpose to both members and the broader community.  The images are to be used in electronic and print communications, and at conferences and seminars. What do you think?  Is there anything that needs to be added?  Let us know by adding a comment to this page

AIG Professional Issues Subcommittee – Upcoming Member Survey

The AIG Professionals Subcommittee is a subcommittee of Council comprising: Wayne Spilsbury MAIG, FAusIMM (CP), PGeo Dr Julian Vearncombe BSc. PhD. FGS. FSEG. FAIG. RPGeo. Kaylene Camuti   MAIG, RPGeo Josh Leigh MAIG Dr Robert Findlay MAIG AIG’s vision statement is “The AIG will strive to be the preeminent Australian professional institute in advocacy for, and

Edumine Course Calendar – H1 2016

The AIG Edumine Campus provides members with access to a wide range of self-paced on-line courses and discounted access to instructor-led courses delivered as live webcasts.   Geography means that these web casts may be at a challenging time of day for Australian participants but they are delivered in a manner which offers an opportunity to

Retaining Young Professionals in Mining

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the current young professionals work group (up to age 35), commonly referred to as “millennials” or “Gen Y’ers”, spends an average of 1.8 years in a job before moving on. At any one time, 60% of this group are looking for new career opportunities while still employed.


Gold14@Kalgoorlie is being presented by AIG and Geoscientists Symposia at Curtin University’s WMC Conference Centre, Kalgoorlie, Wednesday 8th to Friday 10th October 2014. This international symposium will cover a wide range of themes relevant to today’s and tomorrow’s gold industry. The symposium will be complemented by pre- and post-conference mine visits and short courses.  Visit