VALMIN Code Reporting
Develop an in-depth understanding of the VALMIN Code, including its interpretation and appropriate application.
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16 hours over 5 weeks
* PD hours recognised by AusIMM & Australian Institute of Geoscientists
The VALMIN Code sets out requirements for the technical assessment and valuation of mineral assets and securities for independent expert reports and provides guidance for petroleum assets and securities. This course will provide the fundamentals and principles of appropriate Public Reporting of technical assessment and/or valuations of mining assets in compliance with relevant laws.
The course will suit professionals working on the evaluation of mining and exploration assets and who are responsible for Public Reports that will include information about the evaluation of assets or valuation of securities.
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Why the VALMIN Code?
Interpretation and Application
Valuation Methodologies and Their Application
Protections, Misconceptions and Practical Experience
- Describe a holistic view of the Code and the role it plays in the minerals industry and reporting environment
- Interpret the Code within the context of your working environment
- Explain the principles of how to approach mineral asset valuation
- Recognise how to manage risks when using the Code
Who should attend?
- Technical professionals: Those preparing technical assessments and economic studies
- Advisory and Accounting groups: With valuation practices
- Company Directors: Head office senior management and technical personnel with a responsibility
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:
- 90-minute webinar
- Pre-recorded videos featuring interviews with experts
- Resources such as case studies, articles, associated content
- Group discussion forums
- Learning assessments
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His experience includes operational management in underground and open pit mining in positions from shift boss to resident manager, which has also involved the control of CIP/CIL, flotation, magnetic separation and gravity processing plants. He has subsequently held more than twenty-five executive and non-executive directorships - including the positions of technical director, managing director, and ten appointments as chairman - in ASX-listed and other active mining companies.
Steve previously held a long-term appointment as Visiting Fellow at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), and currently lectures on a casual basis to post-graduates at UNSW on mineral economics, mineral asset valuation and mine management systems. He also currently advises on mineral asset valuations and mine feasibility studies in Mongolia, on behalf of the Australian Government.
He is a Fellow of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM), a Chartered Professional (Mining), and a Member of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers. He has been an AusIMM representative on the VALMIN Committee since 2010 and is also a VALMIN representative to the International Mineral Valuation Committee (IMVAL), which he chaired in 2018 and 2019.
Jeames has been responsible for multi-disciplinary teams covering precious metals, base metals, bulk commodities (ferrous and energy) and other minerals in Australia, Asia, Africa, North and South America and Europe. He has assisted numerous mineral companies, financial, accounting and legal institutions and has been actively involved in arbitration and litigation proceedings. Jeames is a RICS Registered Valuer and Chartered Valuation Surveyor, as well as a member of the VALMIN Code Committee.
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Frequently asked questions
What are the technical requirements to participate in the course? i.e. do I need a webcam, microphone, etc?
The course will be run entirely online via a cloud-based Learning Management System (LMS) which can be accessed via computer, tablet or phone. Participants will simply need to have a working Internet connection and a computer, tablet or phone with sound to access the course. The live webinars will be hosted on Adobe Connect and participants may choose to download this application to their computers or devices; however, this is an optional download and attendance via an internet browser is also enabled. Participants will not be required to have access to a webcam or microphone.
How long will the course take?
The full course is estimated to take about 12 hours of learning (approximately three hours per module). Participants will have access to the course platform for six weeks to complete all modules.
How often will the courses be run?
The first intake will commence in February 2021. Following this, we aim to run two intakes each year.
Will the course be delivered in other languages?
Does someone have to have a prequalification of years’ experience before they can do the course?
No, the course is designed for those working on the evaluation of mining and exploration assets, undertaking technical assessments that are components of economic evaluations (Scoping Studies, Pre-Feasibility Studies and Feasibility Studies) , or responsible for Public Reports that will include information about the evaluation of assets or valuation of securities should know the VALMIN Code. The VALMIN Code provides guidance on what should be included in such studies and how to prepare a Public Report that will comply with relevant laws.
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