|Dates||February 13 2013|
|City||Johannesburg, South Africa|
|Contact Name||Shannon Aitken|
|Local Phone||+61 8 9211 8674 |
|Fax||+61 8 9322 2576|
|Main Body||METALLURGY FOR NON-METALLURGISTS|
An introduction to mineral processing
This 1-day course has been especially designed for engineers, geologists, mineralogists, environmental scientists, plant operators,
marketers, financial advisors and anyone who either deals with mineral processing (extractive metallurgy) or would like to have a
better understanding of the principles of extractive metallurgy. The focus of this course is to look at the science of mineral processing
from a non-metallurgist’s point of view.
• Explores principles of geology, mineralogy, chemistry, mineral processing and economics as they apply to mineral processing unit
operations; simple explanation of how metal is geologically detected, extracted from rocks and minerals, to the final metal product.
• Provides an overview of extractive metallurgical principles in the design and operation of process plants; discusses issues such as
metallurgical test work, metallurgical accounting, environmental management and other aspects of practical extractive metallurgy.
• Covers the key concepts of: mineral processing - evaluation of new resources - ore processing - particle technology - mineral
beneficiation and extraction -purification and recovery processes - environmental management - plant optimisation - process economy -
typical processes for major commodities - final products.
|Fees||PLEASE NOTE - SPECIAL DISCOUNTS OFF REGISTRATION FEE: |
A 10% discount is offered to members of the professional associations listed on the registration form.
PLUS A 5% discount is offered if 2 or more delegates, from the same company, register on a course, or if 1 delegate books on more
than one course.
PLUS A 5% discount is offered if paying by credit card
The course fee includes a comprehensive course reference manual, refreshments and lunch.
|Additional Info||CONTACT AND REGISTRATION |
For more information on Snowden’s Training and Mentoring programmes, please contact:
Diana Titren, Training Division Manager Tel: +61 8 9211 8670 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please complete the following form and either fax it or email it to Shannon Aitken, Training Coordinator
Fax +61 8 9322 2576 Email email@example.com
Please visit www.snowdengroup.com for more information about our training courses