Mining and Mineral Resources: A Systems Overview
Queen’s Mining’s professional development courses are made for the modern mining workforce.
Our initial professional development course offering, Mining and Mineral Resources: A Systems Overview, Our initial professional development course offering, Mining and Mineral Resources: A Systems Overview, familiarizes students with the basics of mining terminology, geology, mineral estimation, reporting, development, production methods, and mineral processing, as well as social and environmental issues. Learn more about our other online courses and programs here, at Queen’s Mining Online.
The course was designed for professionals new to the mining sector, as well as those working in investment and finance, suppliers and vendors, government, NGOs and community groups, etc.
Our initial professional development course offering, Mining and Mineral Resources: A Systems Overview, familiarizes students with the basics of mining terminology, geology, mineral estimation, reporting, development, production methods, and mineral processing, as well as social and environmental issues like this interactive tour of the Red Lake Underground Mine tour that allows users to explore the Red Lake Mine at different depths, with videos taken at various significant sites within the mine. It also features several 360º videos like this one, taken at almost 2000m underground.
The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining is one of the oldest and largest Mining schools in the world. Consistently ranked in the top 10 worldwide, Queen’s Mining has a reputation for training outstanding graduates and has strong and long-standing connections with the industry. Queen’s Mining now offers a range of online programming.
consistently ranked mining engineering schools in the world
years of mining education experience
of mining engineers in Canada are Queen’s Grads
This course focuses on 8 learning outcomes. By the end of this course students should be able to:
There are no graded assessments for this course. However, throughout the course you will have the opportunity to complete non-graded Module Knowledge Check quizzes to assess your knowledge.
This course is designed for learners with little to no knowledge or experience in mining, and is ideal for professionals who want to expand their knowledge of the mining sector.
This course represents a study period of approximately 20 hours, spanning across 10 modules. Learners can expect to invest on average 2-3 hours per module in this course. Learners who adhere to a pre-determined study schedule are more likely to successfully complete the course on time.
The course fee is C$ 1,750.00
Please visit here for course registration and payment.
This offering commences on Monday, March 14, 2022, and runs until Sunday, June 05, 2022 – registration is open until Saturday, April 30, 2022.
Learners can complete the course at their own pace within that timeframe.
Want to learn more about our professional development offerings? Our advisors would love to hear from you.