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The Skills Workshop
November 17, 2017 @ 1:45 pm - 5:15 pm
The Annual AMA Skills Workshop Date: 17th November, 2017. From 1.45pm - 5:15pm
Location: Floor 5, Henry Wood House, 2 Riding House Street, London, W1W 7FA. (Enter from Langham Place, nearest tube Oxford Circus)
Please arrive 1:45pm at the latest, in order to allow sufficient time to be allocated rooms. Places are available strictly on a first come, first served basis. Drinks will follow at the ground floor bar at Henry Wood House.
This event is strictly a paid members only event - non-members can sign up and pay their membership HERE .
AMA Members please register to attend HERE
The afternoon event is packed full of educational presentations from all corners of our industry.
Last year over 90 members attended. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please see the finalised schedule below. This year, in addition to the core skills for the mining industry, like constructing the optimal hedge for a mining company, we have presentations on cutting edge technologies in the industry including handling big data for miners. Can you afford to miss the event?
The presentations will start at 2pm sharp and will run until 5:15pm. There are two 1.5 hr sections and each slot will run for 25mins in classroom style presentations giving you the best exposure to the experts. Drinks will follow at the ground floor bar at Henry Wood House.
2:00pm - 3:30pm (x3 30min slots)
- AMC - potential source of error in mineral resource estimates
- RPA - conversion of resources to reserves
- SRK - current technology drivers and trends in the mining industry
- International Mining Magazine - sweating the assets: cost cutting and optimisation of existing operations
(15 min break)
3:45pm - 5:15pm (x3 30min slots)
- Cambridge Risk - constructing the optimal hedge for a mining project
- Reality Check Systems - virtual site visits: increasing operational transparency in the mining sector
- Mine ESIA - environmental and social impact assessments: their use as indicators for responsible mining and evaluating projects
- Tavistock - mining IR