Line-up of key mining events
We will be posting events coming up in 2018 here soon.
Western Australian School of Mines (WASM) and CRC ORE are pleased to announce they will again be running the special two-day “Gold Plant Operators Course” on the extraction and recovery of gold in 2018.
The course cost is $990.00 GST inclusive. Courses will be scheduled around Australia, based on demand. Please register your interest using the online form below.
Gold Plant Operators Course
Date and Location to be selected for 2018
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE GOLD PLANT OPERATORS COURSE
The Gold Plant Operators Course covers geology, crushing, grinding, cyanide leaching, carbon-in-pulp/leach, flotation, gravity separation, treatment of refractory ores, environmental aspects, new developments in process technology and other topics.
It is particularly useful for people who require a better understanding of the gold extraction process to assist them in practical applications. It attracts a broad spectrum of attendees, from mine managers and mill superintendents, plant foreman and senior operators through to geologists, equipment manufacturers, police units and investment advisers, consultants and others.
Developed by the team at the WA School of Mines and supported by CRC ORE, this course has been run more than 50 times in locations across Australia since it its inception in 1987.
PROVISIONAL COURSE OUTLINE
$990.00 GST inclusive
Last year's course was run at:
Western Australian School of Mines
CRC ORE Annual Assembly 2017
CRC ORE Annual Assembly
21 November 2017
Customs House, Brisbane
CRC ORE's Annual Assembly 2017 was held in Brisbane in late November.
Photos and presentations will be posted on our website shortly.
Amongst this year's Annual Assembly line up were addresses from Anglo American, Teck, Hatch and Curtin University. We also heard from Insitu Pacific (a Boeing subsidiary) about designing, developing and testing a world first prototype airspace situational awareness system and other collaborative projects.
CRC ORE Annual Assembly 2016
30 November 2016
Curtin University, Perth