Short Courses and Conferences

Gold and Silver Ore Processing

A Course on Best Practice

Postponed Until 2016


Dates for this course have not been determined.

If you are interested in attending the next session of Gold and Silver Ore Processing (planned for 2016), please let us know by providing your contact information so we can get in touch with you when the course dates have been established. Just click/tap the button below.

Course Description

The course incorporates theory and practice, building from the knowledge and practical experiences that the presenters have acquired over the past 30 years, including fundamental understanding of various unit processes, engineering/design considerations, and tools for optimization process circuits.

The first 3 days of the course will cover both the theory and practice of gold processing.

An optional fourth day provides participants with the opportunity to apply their new knowledge to practical case studies.

Who Should Attend

The content is designed to provide practicing metallurgists with knowledge and tools to assist in design, operation and optimization of gold processing circuits. Plant metallurgists, senior metallurgists, consultants and design engineers new to, or already working in the gold industry who wish to upgrade/refresh their knowledge on current best practice should attend. Senior technical staff may also benefit from attending the course.

Continuing Education Credit

The Colorado School of Mines will award 2.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) upon successful completion of the 3-day course.

Instructors

Robert Dunne is an Adjunct Professor at the Western Australian School of Mines, Curtin University, Perth Australia. Learn more...

Bill Staunton is an Adjunct Professor at the Western Australian School of Mines, Curtin University, Perth Australia. Learn more...

Patrick Taylor is the Ansell Distinguished Professor of Chemical Metallurgy, Colorado School of Mines. Learn more...

Corby Anderson is the Harrison-Western Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Colorado School of Mines. Learn more...

Erik Spiller is Vice President and Principal Metallurgical Engineer with Tetra Tech located in their Golden Colorado office. Learn more...

Course Schedule

The schedule for the course is available on this website. Learn more...

Location

The course will be taught on the campus of the Colorado School of Mines in Golden (near Denver), Colorado USA. Learn more...

Fees and Registration

Registration opens soon!

Travel and Accommodations

Registrants are responsible for their own travel arrangements, transportation, lodging, and meals. Additional information is available through the links below.

Further Technical Information

For more information about the course content, please contact:

Robert Dunne
Western Australian School of Mines
E-mail: Robert.Dunne@curtin.edu.au

Bill Staunton
Western Australian School of Mines
E-mail: W.Staunton@curtin.edu.au



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