SRK facilitating AusIMM's Online Professional Certificate in JORC Code Reporting

SRK's Consulting's Chairman and Corporate Consultant, Mark Noppe will act as the main facilitator for a comprehensive six-module online course in JORC Code Reporting developed by the AusIMM.
 
AusIMM has collaborated with a team of leading experts in the mining industry to develop the course, specifically designed for resources professionals to understand how to report effectively and in accordance with the JORC Code. The interactive, online format of the course will provide participants with an opportunity to learn in a community-based environment from wherever they are situated – in the office, on a mine site, at home or at the airport.
 
"With the content being delivered over eight weeks in an interactive online environment, this course offers a great opportunity to develop your knowledge and understanding without leaving your workplace," said Mark Noppe.
 
Key learning outcomes of the eight-week course include:
  • Recognising the obligations and liabilities of the Competent Person under the JORC Code
  • Develop a holistic view of the JORC Code and the role it plays in the minerals industry
  • Appreciate the role of the JORC Code within the context of your working environment
  • Appropriately apply the JORC Code in the reporting environment
  • Dispel misconceptions about the JORC Code
  • Identify good and poor technical reporting, and the lessons learned from case study examples
  • Demonstrate the correct application of the JORC Code through interactive learning activities, facilitated by industry experts
 
Download the course information pack and enrol for the second intake in March 2019 on the AusIMM website.
 
 
Mark Noppe, Corporate Consultant (Geology & Project Evaluation)
 
About Mark Noppe
 
Mark Noppe is a leader and consultant in geosciences and the mining industry providing advice, training and mentoring in all aspects of orebody knowledge, from exploration reporting, resource definition and reporting, mine geology and grade control through to inputs into reserving. Since graduating as a geologist in 1983, Mark has worked in South Africa, Western Australia and Queensland in exploration, mining geology, practical geostatistics applications, resource estimation and reporting, grade control, mine reconciliation, technical reviews and auditing, and professional training and mentoring. He has been consulting since 1997 and his technical experience covers a wide range of projects, commodities, geological and mining settings.
 
About SRK
 
SRK Consulting operates from more than 45 offices worldwide, and its 1400 plus staff are committed to providing a full range of mineral resources consulting services from exploration to mine closure. Visit: www.asia-pacific,srk.com

 

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