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Innovation, Safety and the Future of Mining | Curtin University Lecture
The future of mining, where is it going? Join our four prominent alumni as they lead this conversation and share their expertise on innovation, safety, policy and leadership within the industry. Speakers: - Mr Neil Warburton (Master of Ceremonies), Executive Chairman at White Rivers Exploration - Mr Greg Lilleyman, Director of Operations at Fortescue Metals Group - Dr Vanessa Guthrie, Chairman of the Minerals Council of Australia - Mr Steve Durkin, Managing Director at Safescape Chapter Markers: This Alumni Innovator Series: Innovation, Safety and the Future of Mining was held on Wednesday 31 May 2017 at our Bentley Campus. This video has been closed captioned.
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Mining Engineering - Monash University
Mining engineers work in all aspects of exploring, planning, extracting and processing minerals. Mining engineers also take a leading role in working with the community to produce a sustainable engineering solution with minimal environmental footprint. Monash Mining Engineering graduates are job ready. They have a practical approach to problem solving and strong grasp of emerging technologies. Visit: https://www.monash.edu/engineering/resources-eng/bachelor-degrees/mining-engineering
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Welcome to Curtin Kalgoorlie!
Metallurgical Engineering student Omesh Bharatiya takes us on a tour of Curtin's Kalgoorlie campus to see how students study, live and play. Check out the newly renovated Curtin library, 24/7 computer labs, state-of-the-art labs, social clubs, the gym and recreational facilities, as well as the modern Agricola student accommodation. Explore more: http://wasm.curtin.edu.au http://life.curtin.edu.au/
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Mining Engineering - Master of Science
Mining engineering comprises a wide spectrum in the mining and mineral industry, including sustainable extraction of minerals, as well as processing and financial management of the available resources. The master’s degree program at Clausthal University of Technology is designed and geared to meet these multidisciplinary requirements.
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Inspiring Women in the Mining Industry | Curtin University
Explore http://wasm.curtin.edu.au Curtin WA School of Mines Alumnae, Sabina Shugg has received a Member of the Order of Australia for her services to the mining industry including providing mentoring to women.
Views: 1533 Curtin University
UNSW University (Uni) Civil & Mining Engineering Student
Australia's largest online school community: http://www.boredofstudies.org/ This BOStv channel focuses on getting honest answers to some common, and not so common questions about after school life, expectations, opinions and overall outlook. Debates & reviews coming soon. https://www.facebook.com/BoredofStudies Shot & Edited by Rocio Belinda Mendez
Views: 288 BOS tv
Federation University Australia, ASSIGNMENT:  the potential impact of blogging on mining
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Mega-Trends in the Australian Mining Industry
One of the AGI Geoscience Currents webinars with a look at large-scale trends in the mining industry of Australia. The material was presented by Dr. Gavin Mudd of Monash University.
Investing Near Universities & Mining Towns in Australia
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Mine of the Future™ – people and technology working together
Every new Mine of the Future™ technology begins with the question: ‘What new idea can we bring to mining to make it safer, more productive, or more sustainable?’ Learn more about our approach to next generation mining → http://www.mineofthefuture.com
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Anthem of The Mining University
Гимн Горного университета (English text)
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Study: Mining Engineering
Mining engineers play a key role in the planning, exploitation and excavation of mineral resources. Find out more on applying for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering – Mining (BScEng Mining) here: http://www.wits.ac.za/course-finder/undergraduate/ebe/mining-engineering/ Video Produced by Wits Commercial Productions
Best Australian Universities to Study Geophysics
Australian universities to stud geology , geophysics , work in Oil and Gas sector, become geophysicist 0. Australia is currently the 2nd largest LNG exporter and it is expected to become the largest by 2020. Australia also has vast deposits of Shale oil resources. The oil and gas industry always require geologists and Geophysicist to carry out survey and analyze data for technical and economical viability. 1. University of Sydney, Courses UG , PG, PG Research (HDR) , English Requirements IELTS 6.5, TOEFL 90 2. University of Adelaide, Courses UG , PG, PG Research (HDR ) , English Requirements IELTS 6.0, TOEFL 60 3. University of Western Australia, ,Courses UG , PG , Phd , English Requirements IELTS 6.5, TOEFL 82 4. Curtin University, Courses UG , PG , English Requirements IELTS 6.5, TOEFL 79 5. University of Tasmania, Courses PG, English Requirements IELTS 6.0, TOEFL 72 6. Macquarie University, Courses UG , PG , English Requirements IELTS 6.5, TOEFL 83 7. University if Queensland, Courses UG , PG , English Requirements IELTS 6.5, TOEFL 87 bachelor's degree masters degree associates degree masters mba degree online degrees online universities online masters programs business degree masters in education mba degree graduate degree bachelors degree master of education computer science degree college degrees doctorate degree ba degree masters programs graduate school undergraduate degree bs degree phd degree online psychology degree bachelor's degree online online counseling degree graduate program online college degrees master of science online mba degrees online masters in education associates degree online online bachelor degree programs master online online bachelors degree mba degree online online education degrees online history degree online degree programs online it degree accelerated bachelors degree doctorate degree online bachelor degree online masters degree in nursing online social work degree psychology degree online masters degree in social work masters in education online online associates degree accredited online universities online graduate programs online masters degree programs online doctoral programs master's degree or master's degree msc degree teaching degree online masters degree in counseling masters degree in education masters degree in business online teaching degree master of arts online bachelor degree masters of education online masters degree online best online degrees online masters degree masters programs online masters degree in psychology masters in business master degree programs online undergraduate degrees master of business online math degree master's degree in bachelor degree programs degree program masters degree in computer science online nutrition degree teaching degree degree online as degree online phd programs online engineering degree best online masters programs counseling degrees nutrition degree online doctoral programs what is an ma degree what is a masters degree engineering degree online best masters degree bachelor of arts degree education degree online biology degree life experience degree ma program online programs masters education online law degree law degree online best masters degrees masters degree in spanish south university online doctor degree masters university phd programs graduate school programs professional degree bachelor of science degree master of science degree masters degree in law one year masters programs postgraduate degree graduate school search graduate college 1 year masters programs list of masters degree the master's university masters degree online education baccalaureate degree masters degree uk master business online masters masters degree in usa post graduate degree online masters degree education masters school masters degree computer science accredited online bachelor degree online masters programs in education masters or master's online education degree programs masters in education online programs online phd ms master graduate university bachelors degree online online masters education programs
Optimising maintenance shutdowns in the mining industry | Curtin University
Explore http://research.curtin.edu.au/commercialisation?utm_source=fiBY7_nGZPQ&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=Mine%20maintenance Mining shutdowns can cost in the hundreds of thousands of dollars every hour, smart solutions to optimise efficiencies are worth more than their weight in gold! Curtin research has helped industry heavy-weights Linkforce Engineering bring cutting-edge algorithms to the practical business of making mining more cost-efficient. Special thanks to Sandfire Resources NL & Mintox Media for supplying some mining footage. Let's connect: http://www.linkedin.com/company/curtin-innovation-and-entrepreneurship http://www.facebook.com/curtinuniversity http://plus.google.com/+curtinuniversity
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Australian by Degree, Andreas Pilakoutas, Zimbabawe
Andreas Pilakoutas grew up in Harare, Zimbabwe where his father ran a successful transportation business Nick’s Motors. When Andreas moved to Australia in 2006 he commenced a Bachelor of Business, Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Griffith University in Brisbane. He completed his studies in Australia in 2008 and at the time he had no plans to enter the family business however soon after arriving back in South Africa, his father passed away and Andreas was asked to take charge. Today Nick’s Motors is a cross border hazardous goods transportation company, specialising in the delivery of hazardous bulk liquids such as diesel, petrol, paraffin, JetA1 and other specialised products for the mining industry. They offer secure, safe and affordable cross-border road transportation and have more than 56 tankers in their fleet. Andreas says “the study he undertook in Australia was extremely complementary to his new role as Operations Manager of the business”. He says “Griffith University was a fantastic place to learn business, logistics and supply chain management and he was able to bring a number of skills, including his organisational skills which he learnt through studying, and put it all into practice in a business that needed some fresh blood and some youth. He also credits Australia for the focus he took on Technology, saying “It’s is so important, and in Australia it’s just so standard…A major focus at Griffith was technology, the amount of technology used in every part of the supply chain” Since taking a leadership role in the business, Andreas has turned it around economically, with a new focus on teams instead of individuals, breathing new life into who they hire, what they do and how they brand themselves. He says “my time in Australia really helped me grow as a person. I became far more organised and far more strategic in my thinking, and that’s exactly what I bring into the business every day. If anyone was thinking about studying in Australia, I would tell them immediately: Change your life for the better, choose Australia – your future self will thank you.” Ask us a question at: [email protected] If you are Australia Global Alumni, get connected: https://australiaglobalalumni.gov.au Find us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/7041359
Walk the Mining Road
Walk the Mining Road is a short video produced by the Minerals Council of Australia in partnership with BHP Billiton. The video highlights the importance of women in our industry and the many opportunities available to school leaves and university students in mining.
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ATN research showcase - Mining Monitoring Devices - Dr Teresa McGrath (Curtin Uni)
Since finishing her PhD in January of 2015, Dr Teresa McGrath has worked with the Gold Technology Group as Research Fellow with a mineral processing focus. She has also participated in the development of the Scout Carbon Meter (winner of the Curtin University Innovation Award 2014) and is involved in testwork and data analysis for preconcentration/gangue rejection studies. Teresa originally joined the Gold Technology Group as a WASM PhD student in 2011 following the completion of Masters of Science in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering from Montana Tech in the USA. While studying there, she worked for the Center for Advanced Mineral & Metallurgical Processing as a metallurgical lab technician with duties including operation of the SEM/MLA, ICP, XRF, XRD, and supervision of lab staff as well as teaching the Mineral Processing Lab each semester. Prior to her MS, Teresa earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Biological Sciences from Montana and took an appointment as the research and development lab manager for an engineering firm, Resodyn, with chemical and biological duties including experimental work, various assays and analyses, equipment maintenance and staff supervision. www.atn.edu.au
Frontiers of Mining, Governance and Community in Western Australia
Clare Mouat, Human Geography and Planning, University of Western Australia
An introduction to UWA's Master of Professional Engineering
UWA's Master of Professional Engineering has been developed in consultation with industry to equip you with the advanced technical expertise, critical thinking and professional skills required to remain competitive in a global workforce. Beyond practice as a professional engineer, this course will allow you to pursue further research studies in engineering, as well as to seek employment in a wide range of related industries. The following specialisations are available: Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Software Engineering. UWA’s Master of Professional Engineering unlocks a wide range of career opportunities both in engineering and non-engineering sectors. With excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, engineering graduates have a strong base to branch out into different industries including senior management roles. Employment may be found in a variety of sectors including mining, oil and gas, manufacturing, construction, power generation, consulting, environmental management, investment, finance and research. To find out more visit www.studyat.uwa.edu.au/mpe
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19. An Australian Soil Simulant to Study Lunar Mining and Construction - Leonhard Bernold
Off Earth Mining Forum http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf/ Associate Professor Leonhard Bernold has a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. In 1986, he was an Assistant Prof at the University of Maryland, he started to work on problems related to Lunar excavation and construction which kept his interest until today. He joined UNSW in 2011 where he has been experimenting with innovative mining technologies for Moon, construction methods to build hollow beams using waterless concrete and studying efficient concepts to store solar thermal energy in the lunar subsurface. Leonhard has published 90 journal articles and over 110 conference papers.
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Why young people should consider a career in mining Ayesha Ahmed University of Tasmania
We caught up with Ayesha Ahmed a University of Tasmania PhD Student at the 2018 International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC). In this video Ayesha talks about what influenced and attracted her to pursue a career in mining and why young people should consider a career in the mining industry. IMARC returns to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from 28 - 31 October 2019. For more information please visit http://imarcmelbourne.com/ About IMARC The International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) is where global mining leaders connect with technology, finance and the future. Now in its 6th year, it is Australia’s largest mining event bringing together over 6000 decision makers, mining leaders, policy makers, investors, commodity buyers, technical experts, innovators and educators from over 90 countries to hear from 350 thought leaders and meet 250 exhibitors over four days of learning, deal-making and unparalleled networking.
The Business of Mining with Curtin University
Take this course for free on edX: https://www.edx.org/course/business-mining-curtinx-tbomx
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The Future of the Australian Economy
Australia’s most respected and renowned economic commentator Saul Eslake, discussed the future of the Australian economy at a University of Canberra public lecture. In the address, hosted by the University’s National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling (NATSEM), Mr Eslake reviewed Australia’s current economic situation, following the end of the mining boom and a slowdown in the Chinese economy.
Professor Stephen Fityus - Mining Engineering
Professor Stephen Fityus, from Newcastle University in Australia, is a prominent academic in the field of mining engineering. In May 2015, Professor Fityus visited India as part of the Australia-India Education Council (AIEC) Eminent Researchers Lecture Series, funded by the Australian Department of Education and Training. For more information, visit www.australiaindiaeducation.com.
ENG1000 Design & Innovation is a 1st year subject open to all of the 1500 1st year students across all the different Engineering disciplines. 14 groups chose to undertake the Mining projects. There were 2 types of projects:1. Surface Mining Project -- the objective was to move as much muck from the muck pile to the dumping zone. -- 4 teams undertook this project 2. Off Earth Mining (space mining) -- the prototypes have to drill into an asteroid suspended above the ground. -- 9 teams undertook this project. Projects were judged for build quality, productivity, innovation, stability and design specs. A winner was chosen for each of the 2 projects.
Sustainability Issues & Responses of the Mining Industry in Australia: Dr Dilhani Kapu Arachchilage
Dr Dilhani Kapu Arachchilage, from the School of Accounting, Finance and Economics at Edith Cowan University (ECU), presents her research "Key Contemporary Sustainability Issues and the Diversity of Responses of the Mining Industry in Australia" in ECU's 2012 Your Research In a Nutshell Competition. Dr Arachchilage's research focuses on sustainability development, which is a contemporary concept. She discusses research she undertook with ECU's School of Management. She discusses the popular definition for sustainable development, defined by the World Commission on Economic Development ~1987 as 'sustainable development is simply about meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of meeting the needs of future generations.' Dr Arachchilage sees sustainable development as an important issue as far as intra-generational equity is concerned and also as far as inter-generational equity is concerned. Dr Arachchilage's research looked at the 3 spheres identified as the key areas of sustainability development: environment, society and economy; supported by evidence in triple bottom line reporting (3BL) reporting and in GRI Initiative. Her study analysed 8 multinational companies who operate in Australia on the basis of 13 criteria across those 3 key spheres: - Environmental Performance: Biodiversity & Land Stewardship, Climate Change, Water Management - Social: Work & Community Safety, Stakeholder Engagement, HIV AIDS Reduction, Policies for Mine Lifecycle, Human Rights, Community Development - Economic: Supply Chain Management, Transparency & Accountability, External Performance Management, Sector Specific Global Initiatives For each criteria, Dr Arachchilage selected a number of indicators. As a result, her study examined about 67 indicators communicated in self reported sustainability reports, annual reports, media reports. Dr Arachchilage found that companies have selected different legitimation strategies in order to achieve social legitimacy and demonstrate they adhere to the social contract. While there were differences, there were 3 key legitimation strategies used by the multinational organisations she studied: - Disclosure of improvement - Alter public perception - Divert attention from issues and negative reports in the media For more information on Dr Dilhani Kapu Arachchilage see http://www.ecu.edu.au/schools/accounting-finance-economics/staff/profiles/faculty-research-scholar/dr-nirosha-dilhani-kapu-arachchilage ECU's Your Research in a Nutshell Competition is open to "early career" researchers at ECU. Participants present on their research, with presentations limited to 5 minutes/less, using only 3 presentation slides. The 2012 Your Research in a Nutshell competition ran during ECU's Research Week 17-21 September 2012: http://www.ecu.edu.au/research/week/overview
Australian Centre for Sustainable Mining Practices at UNSW
Introduction to the Australian Centre for Sustainable Mining Practices at UNSW.
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Mining Engineering at the University of Kentucky
Recruitment Video for Mining Engineering at the University of Kentucky
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University of Ballarat - Mining (Brian)
More information on Mining & Engineering programs at UB can be found at our website: http://www.ballarat.edu.au/site/engineering Originating in 1870, the University of Ballarat (UB) is the third oldest educational institution in Australia. We have a long and established history for developing industry linkages and for preparing our graduates for employment in Australia and around the world. UB's friendly atmosphere, small class sizes and energetic staff contribute to our string of stellar ratings, which include five stars for teaching quality and four stars each for graduate satisfaction, getting a job, cultural diversity and generic skills. (Source: Good Universities Guide 2010) More information can be found on our website: http://www.ballarat.edu.au/international
Professor Quentin Grafton - Australia's Mining Productivity at ANU / Harvard Symposium
Professor Quentin Grafton of the Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics gives this talk titled 'Australia's Mining Productivity' at the Creating a Productive Future ANU / Harvard Symposium on 18 March 2013. 'Creating a Productive Future: Social and economic challenges, policy & governance' was a A Trans-Pacific dialogue jointly hosted by Harvard Kennedy School & Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU. Australia faces many social and economic challenges in sustaining long-term productive growth beyond the mineral resources boom. Whilst the context in the United States differs in important ways, similar challenges are faced. Both share concerns around future economic growth, trends in poverty and inequality, productivity and employment levels, alongside a range of other issues that affect well-being. In this two day symposium, leading researchers from Crawford School of Public Policy at The Australian National University, and the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University and policymakers from the Australian Government come together in a conversation on these issues, and more. Co-Chairs and organisers of this event acknowledge the support provided by the Australian Studies Committee at Harvard University. For more information on the event: http://publicpolicy.anu.edu.au/events/content/more.php?id=8801
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The Sir Terry Pratchett Memorial Scholarship - University of South Australia
Honouring the memory of the best-selling author and friend of UniSA. The unique perpetual scholarship launched by Sir Terry’s Business Manager, Robert Wilkins, will benefit future generations of students and is the largest of its kind in the history of UniSA.
Business of Mining | CurtinX on edX
Mining underpins modern society. A successful mine should be run efficiently and responsibly from exploration through to closure, with sound economic management every step of the way. In this Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), you learn the theory behind running a mine, and dive headfirst into managing your own fictional gold mine. Experience the boom and bust of a typical mining life cycle and see if you've got what it takes to explore, plan, operate and close a major mining operation. You call the shots, but you also carry the risk. Explore some more! https://www.edx.org/school/curtinx Keep up to date on all CurtinX courses: https://www.facebook.com/curtinx/
Views: 3192 Curtin University
UNSW University (Cohort) Civil & Mining Engineering Student
Australia's largest online school community: http://www.boredofstudies.org/ This BOStv channel focuses on getting honest answers to some common, and not so common questions about after school life, expectations, opinions and overall outlook. Debates & reviews coming soon. https://www.facebook.com/BoredofStudies Shot & Edited by Rocio Belinda Mendez
Views: 67 BOS tv
Rio Tinto - Mining Engineers - It's all about teamwork
A creative video showcasing what it means to be a Mining Engineer at Rio Tinto and why teamwork is the key to success.
Views: 6806 Rio Tinto
Study and Service Abroad Curtin - Western Australia
All you need to know about your study abroad experience at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia
Views: 2698 CurtinSSA
water+wisdom Australia India | RMIT University
water+wisdom Australia India (RMIT Gallery 1 December - 10 March) explores how artists, researchers and filmmakers in both countries continue to tell the story of the stewardship of water through creative activities.
Views: 280 RMIT University
Mining for Development Conference 2013 - Conference Presentation
The Conference will be the Australian Mining for Development Initiative's second annual event, and is hosted by the International Mining for Development Centre at The University of Western Australia and The University of Queensland.
Views: 106 MEfDA and IM4DC
Mining Men
As a film made in the late 1960s, this work describes the opportunities available for young men at the time in the mining industry. It outlines the work of the graduate geologist, the mining engineer, the metallurgist and others and gives a comprehensive picture of life and work in new and developing mining communities of Australia. Mining Men (1968) is just one of the many films that we are digitising. Discover more about the process on our website. Detailed catalogue entry information: http://collections.acmi.net.au/objects/31027
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St. Louis University - Text Mining Research Group: TextMining.jl
Visit http://julialang.org/ to download Julia.
Views: 1413 The Julia Language
Mining and the Social Sciences - Panel Discussion
The social sciences have an important role to play in understanding mining’s impact on people and place, and its effect on different types of social systems and processes. The panel will provide a range of perspectives about how social scientists can shine a light on the mining industry, and its activities and impacts. By developing a deeper understanding of the mining industry’s broad reach, and by engaging diverse stakeholder groups, new perspectives about mining’s role in society can emerge. This event is hosted by SMI's Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, the Centre's Director Professor Deanna Kemp will facilitate the discussion. PANEL Adjunct Professor Anthony (Tony) Hodge - Former President of the International Council on Mining and Metals, currently at the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining Engineering, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada. Dr Sarah Holcombe - Senior Research Fellow at the CSRM. Sarah is a social anthropologist with 20 years’ experience working in Aboriginal Australia within NGOs, including the 2 major Northern Territory Land Councils. Anthony (Tony) Kelly - Tony was senior lecturer in Community Work at The University of Queensland for over 20 years and has worked as a consultant to government, corporations and NGO’s in ways of working with communities. Professor Anna Littleboy - Anna led the CSIRO Resources and Sustainability program and currently leads the Mine Lifecycles program at UQ. She specialises in sustainability through multidisciplinary integration in the minerals sector to deliver shared value to communities. | More info: https://smi.uq.edu.au/event/session/3993
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Introduction to Mining Engineering at Wits University
This video gives a brief but concise explanation of the mining engineering degree at Wits University from the perspective of first year. It also provides advices from the head of school, senior students, and lecturers. Enjoy.
PLM grant announcement to the University of South Australia
Siemens Australia announced a software grant of over $450 million of in-kind commercial value advanced industrial product lifecycle management (PLM) to the University of South Australia (UniSA) – the largest ever software grant in Australia. The grant is designed to help UniSA prepare their students for jobs of the future and support South Australia’s and Australia’s investments into defence industries by providing the skills and tools necessary for the future of the industry.
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Women in Mining NSW
Mining isn't just an industry for blokes. These are just a few of the women making big contributions to our world class mining industry in NSW. We've started the NSW Women in Mining network to encourage more young women to join the industry and to connect women already in the industry. Check out the network on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WIMINNSW.
Views: 9298 NSW Mining
FedUni Brisbane  Student story Anchal MTECH Concentrix
International student Anchal Gulati from India tells us about the valuable industry experience she is gaining through global company Concentrix as part of her Master of Technology (Enterprise Systems and Business Analytics) degree at the FedUni Brisbane Campus.
Ten reasons to study at TAFE
Practical, hands-on classes combined with state-of-the-art facilities and purpose-built learning areas make us a standout amongst training providers. Better than that though, many of our facilities are acknowledged by industry as being amongst the best in Australia. Read more: http://tafebrisbane.edu.au/
Views: 178665 TAFE Brisbane
Fully Mechanized Longwall Coal Production
Fully mechanized Longwall Coal Production
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Civil Engineering - Open Day 2012 - University of South Australia
We live in an evolving world and embedded within almost every innovation and development is an aspect of engineering. From turning on a light switch to supplying entire communities with power, communications and water, the engineer has a role in serving the community by maintaining and improving the quality of life and standard of living. Engineering underpins a range of specialist careers including computer systems, electrical and mechatronics, defence, mining, electronics and communications, networking and communications, the design of sustainable systems for energy production, the design and construction of green buildings, industrial development and water management. In this presentation, you will hear about the project-based learning approach used to teach engineering at UniSA.  We will also explain the broad range of subject areas and specialisations that are available to you in civil, electrical and information engineering and advanced manufacturing and mechanical engineering, as well as the exciting prospects for careers in engineering, both in Australia and overseas.

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