Talent management has become one of the most challenging functions for many organisations. There is constant pressure to deliver better candidates, faster, and more cost effectively. Budgets are constrained. Headcount is limited. Times are tough.
It’s in these testing times that organisations are looking for innovative ways to succeed and do things differently.
Set up, connect, validate, query and analyse geological GIS data
This two-day workshop is aimed at people who know the basics of GIS and have had practical experience with either MapInfo or ArcGIS. The workshop covers a number of topics and problems that the user my encounter in their day-to-day GIS use.
Cutting red and green tape, achieving Native Title and streamlining project approvals
With the increasing number of projects planned for the mining and oil and gas sectors, it is imperative to get your permit applications right from the start. Research has shown that delays and inefficiencies in obtaining both exploration and production permits is a cause of both frustration and cost for land based resources companies. This conference is the only event this year that will be focusing exclusively on regulatory approvals for mining, and oil & gas industries!
Understanding reforms and increasing certainty in project approvals
Resourceful Event's 3rd Annual Permit Approvals WA conference provides a timely platform to address legislative reforms from Native Title, land access and environmental perspective. Hear first-hand from government representatives and understand key compliance factors to avoid duplication and improve efficiency in your application process.
Creating opportunities and overcoming risks, for exploration & production in Africa
Organised for explorers and producers who are operating in, or looking to venture into Africa, this two day conference will bring together a line-up of speakers and experts to help you successfully navigate the African mining business landscape. Engage and learn from explorers and producers who are pathfinders for juniors and midcap miners looking to venture into Africa, as well as updates and analysis of legislative regimes in various mining jurisdictions and best practice community engagement strategies.
Management, quality and sustainability of mine water
Water remains a key resource and issue in mining in WA. Changes are happening at State level and with a state election early next year in WA changes to water policy impacting mining will be on the agenda.
Water in Mining WA will bring together government and water experts from the mining industry to discuss the key issues including the impact of the new guidelines for managing water in WA, together with leading industry case studies that will highlight new processes and practices in relation to de-watering, managing water supply for large scale mines, managing groundwater and surface water interaction and the latest modelling tools and assessment frameworks for large scale re-use.