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Simon Houlding is Vice-President of Professional Development for InfoMine Inc., responsible for EduMine, the professional development division which provides learning and training programs to the global mining industry. He is a practicing professional engineer and author.

Certificate in Mining Studies Survey … Key Findings

This article presents the key findings of a program evaluation survey of students that registered for the Certificate in Mining Studies (CMS) Program. The survey was conducted from November 2016 – January 2017. The survey audience was 63 respondents out of more than 300 CMS registrants. The survey objective was to evaluate the CMS program as a continuing educational approach to develop and enhance skills in the mining industry. The survey has demonstrated strong support for the program from both companies and professionals. Professionals consistently

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University of Concepción, Chile, Joins the Certificate in Mining Studies Network

EduMine and the University of Concepción (UDEC) in Chile have signed an agreement for the UDEC Department of Metallurgical Engineering to join the Certificate in Mining Studies program as both a CMS Mining School and a CMS Course Provider. The Certificate in Mining Studies (CMS) is a university certificate program, developed by EduMine, the Norman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering at the University of British Columbia (UBC), and the Department of Continuing Education at UBC. The CMS continuing education program comprises short courses, live

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A Collaborative Model for Continuing Education and Training in Mining

The Certificate in Mining Studies program supported by the University of British Columbia, Vancouver and the University of Arizona, Tucson is a collaborative initiative between mining schools and industry to provide accessible, cost-effective, accredited continuing education and training, designed to address the future needs of the global mining community. Content is authored by industry specialists and presented by course providers like Imperial College, Sauder School of Business, and EduMine, and delivered through an integration of online learning, short courses and interactive webcasts.

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