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The short course will provide you with an overview of the nature and management of occupational health and safety in the resources sector. You will have the opportunity to develop key leadership skills so that you can take a senior role in the oversight of occupational health and safety.
During this workshop you will be introduced to good practice in mineral tax collection procedures and processes. The topics include mineral royalties, corporate income tax, transfer pricing, tax administration, mining related tax issues, and institutional and administrative capacity issues.
The study tour will provide participants with the opportunity to improve their knowledge of the Kimberley Process implementation, compliance and governance.
The short course will provide an understanding of the fundamental principles and concepts of minerals policy that informs regulatory frameworks and economics in the resource sector.
The program aims to provide participants with a thorough grounding in the theory and practice of development planning and management practices in the mining sector within a range of international and national contexts. The course will be hosted by the School of Earth and Environment at The University of Western Australia.
This course will introduce you to geographical information systems (GIS) in the resources sector. It will address the introduction and review of GIS in geology/environmental science, geographic analyses, remote sensing, spatial statistics, GIS data acquisition and storage, and GIS (geology) data standards.
This four week course explores Occupational Health and Safety leadership in the resources sector.
Welcome to the Regional Development in Mining program.
During the course we will be focussing on regional investment; employment generation; enterprise development; local firm integration into resource projects; infrastructure and service development; landholder management and regional governance both in the classroom and in the field.
During this twelve week course fellows from the Afghanistan Ministry of Mines learn about the Australian resource sector. An overview of the mining industry is provided with an emphasis on minerals policy and the Australian regulatory environment. The course is held at the University of Western Australia, the WA School of Mines (Kalgoorlie) and the Univeristy of Queensland and participants attend the IM4DC conference and the EITI conference in Sydney,
The tour provided an overview of the Australian policy and regulatory framework for Native Title and Land Rights; consultation and agreement-making processes; additional information on relevant international guidelines and frameworks; and cases studies from the Australian context. It provided opportunities for participants to engage with a wide range of stakeholders including Indigenous representatives, government officials, institutions such as the Native Title Tribunal, and academics undertaking research across the themes involved. It include the opportunity to visit mining communities in Mt Isa, and Stradbroke Island, QLD and hear the perspective of local Indigenous community members. The tour visited Canberra, Brisbane, Mt Isa and Stradbroke Island.
|This four week course explores Occupational Health and Safety management in the resources sector. You will be working on activites that will assist you to address OHS systems, hazards and risks, emergency responses, regulatory frameworks, ergonomics, environmental management, and safety leadership and culture.|