The Joint Ore Reserves Committee (JORC) Code sets the minimum standard for public reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves in Australia and New Zealand. The purpose of the code is to establish consistency in reporting of the resources and reserves of local mining projects. This code is critical for investors who are looking to invest into Australian mining companies.
This workshop will run through a clear overview of these JORC fundamentals and implications for assessing resource value. Attendees will leave this workshop with a clear understanding of the critical differences between Inferred, Indicated, and Measured Mineral Resources, and also Indicated or Measured Ore Reserves.
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Geared towards newcomers working in, with or investing in mining, the one day Mining for Non-Miners workshop will provide delegates with a comprehensive introduction to the mining sector, delivered through interactive and practical exercises to maximise attendee engagement.
Following this course, participants will have a comprehensive understanding of operational practices pivotal to the mining industry, be able to apply essential terminology, grasp the concepts and processes involved in mining activities and the roles of key personnel.
Centred around hands-on case studies using practical experiences, this one day Social License to Operate Workshop will address the critical challenge of earning the right to have a presence of place within a community, faced by both the mining industry and other related industries.
This is a core issue. Gaining regulatory approval for mining projects and developing them is a challenging, time and money intensive process. Without a social license to operate, these investments can be rendered worthless.
This workshop will explore strategies for improving relations between miners and the communities in which they operate
This seminar will provide an overview of key structuring concerns for resources joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions. We will discuss aspects that can impact on a successful transaction, and review principal legal and commercial terms. Consideration will be given to recent developments in the sector, including valuation challenges, operational control matters, and managing investments with new investors into the resources sector. The seminar is appropriate for any resources sector participant consider to joint venture or sell or acquire resources assets.
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This interactive, engaging workshop provides you with practical tools, operational insights and new knowledge to shine the light on powerful value-adding improvement and innovation opportunities.
You will come away armed with a range of solutions, understand how to access and use free benchmarking tools, enhance your understanding of improvement options that have worked in other operations, and learn about a raft of new technologies and emerging advances.
AusIMM Professional Development (PD)
In partnership with the AusIMM, all workshops at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) will now contribute 7.5 hours towards your personal and Professional Development (PD).
It is a requirement of AusIMM membership that individuals engage in an appropriate level of professional development (PD). Maintaining current knowledge and skills through PD activities is imperative to ensuring AusIMM members continue to be the leading professionals in the global minerals sector.