The Basics of Geology, Mining and Mineral Processing for the Investment Community

Professional Development Seminar

Do you manage a portfolio that includes mining-related investments? Do you work in the mining industry as a human resources specialist, lawyer or accountant? Do you want to better understand the science and engineering that underlies success in the mining industry? If so, this two-day seminar in Toronto might be just right for you.

This course is intended for people who are interested in a broad overview of how the mining business works from a technical perspective. Aspects of Geology, Mining and Mineral Processing will be addressed in the context of the discovery, development and production of mineral deposits. For people with no technical background in geology or mining, the course will provide a basic introduction of the critical technical factors impacting on the success of mining companies. For those with some technical expertise, the course will serve as a refresher and as a way to integrate their specific knowledge into the broader technical aspects of the mining sector.

Queen's University is at the forefront of mining engineering science. Queen's Robert M. Buchan School of Mining has consistently graduated alumni that go on to shape the future of the industry. Our alumni have implemented research that has impacted sustainability, efficiency, and productivity.

Watch a short video about the Basics of Geology, Mining and Mineral Processing for the Investment Community Course

Next Course Offering: Toronto
Sunday, May 5 to Monday, May 6, 2019

**Discounts are available if 3 or more people are registering from your organization. Please call (613) 533-2230 for information.

Queen's University

Accredited for 12.5 hours of Continuing Education


Accredited for 12.5 hours of IIROC Professional Development CE

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