IGI Course -Economic Evaluation for Mineral Exploration Projects

Published On:
March 6, 2018


IGI Course in

Economic Evaluations for

Mineral Exploration Projects

Date: 20-21st March 2018; 9am – 5pm

Venue: Irish Management Institute, Sandyford, Dublin

Registration Fee*: IGI Members – €300

Non-members – €400

*Fee includes buffet lunch on both days, as well as tea/coffee breaks

The two-day course will be presented by Mr Larry Smith from Toronto, Canada. Larry is a mining engineer with over 40 years’ experience in economic evaluations and project engineering and is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto and a CIM Fellow. He teaches courses in Mineral Economics, covering all aspects of project development from initial risk assessment through to full feasibility study and has previously presented courses at PDAC.

The 2-day course will cover Cash Flow Evaluation principles, components and modelling of mineral projects, with overview of studies at various stages of advancement, including due diligence and risk assessment considerations.

Places are limited and preference will be given to current members of the IGI. The course will qualify for CPD points for members.

For more information or to book a place contact

Karen-Lee Ibbotson at [email protected]

Payment can be made via PayPal link on www.igi.ie or via electronic funds transfer (contact [email protected] for bank account details). Payment must be received prior to the course.

Places are limited so book early!!! Company number 314400. Directors: Catherine Buckley, Claire Clifford, Henning Moe, Cian O’Hora The Institute of Geologists of Ireland 63 Merrion Square, Dublin D02 W21, Ireland Tel: +353 1 662 4914 e-mail: [email protected] web: www.igi.ie Member of the European Federation of Geologists

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