The combined effect of market volatility and uncertainty about future commodity prices is posing higher risk to mining businesses across globe. In such times, knowing to unlock existing value by maximising resource and reserves through strategic mine planning is essential. There is little chance that a mining company is operating optimally, if no signifi cant adjustments were made to its mining and processing plans during the last six months. Hence, it is essential for mining companies to discover next generation methods of optimum planning and explore models of mining processes in the optimisation of mining operations to stay ahead in today’s competitive environment.
SALVO’s Mining and Mineral Processing Optimisation course will give participants a comprehensive briefing on the latest developments in mining and mineral processing optimisation, most importantly the combination of the two in the business planning process in the context of uncertain future metal prices. These methodologies are credited with increasing the value of mining businesses by 5% - 35% or more. Through a series of detailed case studies, participants will experience and understand how this can be achieved and be able to assess the applicability to their own businesses.
By the end of this intensive two day course, you will take back to your organisation a different approach in mining and mineral processing operations in a manner that maximises investment return and an impeccable understanding of the drivers of value in your business for enhancing performance. Your optimisation expert for this course shall demonstrate methodologies which are credited with increasing the value of mining businesses by 5% - 35% and more!
The course is designed for mining and mineral processing executives, senior managers, technical staffs and consultants – anyone who makes decisions that affect the mining and mineral processing value chain. It is suitable for senior managers who wish to understand the drivers of value in their business and identify existing opportunities for enhancing performance and for technical staff who wish to apply these techniques in their work. The two day workshop will be held on 28th & 29th April 2011 (Thursday - Friday), Safari Court Hotel & Conference Centre, Windhoek, Namibia.