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MINE OPERATIONS MANAGERS CORE SKILLS:

Strategy & Governance

Course commences 19 September 2022

16
PD Hours
MINE OPERATIONS MANAGERS CORE SKILLS:

Strategy & Governance

Course commences 19 September 2022

16
PD Hours

Learn how to develop, drive and deliver mine systems and strategies underpinned by good governance to address corporate, commercial and community risks and opportunities - essential knowledge for running successful site operations. 

 

Quick facts

Duration Delivery Course Type Next Intake PD Hours Language
16 hours
5 weeks
100% online
Short course
19 September  2022
Up to 16
English

Course overview

The ability to understand, develop and deliver mine site strategies and supporting systems is critical knowledge for established and aspiring site leaders alike.

Learn from site leaders with decades of experience in navigating and translating corporate business strategy into mine objectives and developing your own strategies that address site and industry trends, risk and opportunities.

The course focuses on how to both design and deliver mine strategy and methodologies for execution, leveraging good governance to identify and respond to external governing bodies and requirements, and internal governing systems

With a focus on learning practical skills and applied knowledge, the course offers participants the opportunity to bring or reflect on their own site strategy for meaningful insights from industry leaders and peers.

This course is the first offering in the Mine Operations Manager Core Skills series - courses designed to support aspiring and established site leaders with the insights, skills and knowledge essential for running successful site operations. 

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Course pricing

Member
$1,429
Price inclusive of 10% GST
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Associate membership* and enrolment bundle
$1,657.80
Price is inclusive of 10% GST
Non-member
$1,759
Price inclusive of 10% GST
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Enrolments now open

Course commences 19 September

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Verify your new skills and knowledge with a digital badge that you can add to your LinkedIn profile, email signature, intranet, or any other online account.

Your badge links to a detailed outline of the course, showcasing and validating your new skills in a format that employers and colleagues can easily access and trust.

Who should attend?

Site Superintendents and aspiring site leaders
Gain the skills and knowledge required for managing site strategies to help you step up to site management roles

Mine Managers, Site Supervisors, and Operations Managers
Refresh your knowledge to enhance and learn the latest approaches and trends for successfully leading systems and strategies on your site

Learning objectives

  • Explore the purpose of corporate strategy and governance and the actions of a manager that enable strategy to succeed

  • Investigate major industry trends and develop a workplace plan to identify and harness business opportunities and risks

  • Explore the actions of a mine manager that help ensure team members comply with governing codes and legislation

  • Examine the impact of ESG and the role of the mine manager in managing risk

  • Discuss methodologies in risk mitigation and the risks and benefits of mining contract services

Course structure

The five-week course is a collaborative, hands-on online learning experience, taking learners approximately 16 hours to complete. Please note the live sessions are not mandatory, the webinar will be recorded and available on the same day for participants who are unable to attend the live event. Course content includes:

  • Weekly live webinar
  • Additional resources and readings (case studies, videos, articles)
  • Selective examples of tools used
  • Group discussion forums
  • Learning activities in the form of short test questions

Course program

Module 1

Turning strategy into action

WEBINAR | Wednesday 21 September
11.30 - 13.00 AEST

Module 2

Industry trends

WEBINAR | Wednesday 28 September
11.30 - 13.00 AEST

Module 3

Governing codes & legislation (inc. orebody knowledge)

WEBINAR | Wednesday 5 October
11.30 - 13.00 AEDT

Module 4

Strategic threats, risk prevention & mitigation

WEBINAR | Wednesday 12 October
11.30 - 13.00 AEDT

Course facilitators

All programs have been developed in consultation with leading organisations in the mining industry, subject matter experts and community leaders to ensure you gain the latest knowledge and develop relevant skills to accelerate your career.

Erin Sweeney

MAusIMM(CP)
Senior Manager of Strategy and Growth, MEC Mining
With a career spanning from the coal basins in Queensland to the high-altitude ranges of Ecuador, Erin has worked underground and in the open pit across multiple commodities in the mining industry as a geologist, geotechnical engineer, mine engineering manager and even as acting mine manager. With a career now focused on Brand, Strategy, and Growth in the consulting sector, she has leveraged her wide spanning industry experiences and knowledge to track emerging industry trends and evolving governance and legislation impacts on mining. Erin is passionate about formulating strategy that allows business to navigate through multifaceted challenges in a world that is volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA).

Daniel Gumbleton

MAusIMM(CP)
Senior Mining Engineer, MEC Mining

Enrolments now open

Course commences 19 September

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