As has been previously reported the Commissions established by the Council are responsible for convening Workshops at International Mineral Processing Congresses. These Workshops have led to the publication of Proceedings often in the form of a Monograph. The Education Commission produced the first of these in 2013 based on the deliberations which took place at a Special Workshop held during the XXVI IMPC in New Delhi in 2012. This can be found at http://www.creativeseed.co.za/clients/IMPC/FINAL_IMPC_Book.pdf
Latest Publication: February 2018
IMPC Mineral Processing Education ROADMAP (1.2mb)
Diana Drinkwater, Chair, IMPC Education Commission.
This second in the series will be launched in March 2018 at a special event in Melbourne.
The Council wishes to express its sincere appreciation to Diana Drinkwater, the Chair of the Education Commission, for her tireless efforts to get this monograph published as well as all her fellow authors for their individual contributions to this publication which will undoubtedly make a most significant contribution to the education of future generations of minerals processing practitioners.
The details can be found at:
Or read by chapter:
- Section 1 – Chapter 1 – IMPC Mineral Processing Education ROADMAP
- Section 2 – Chapter 1 – Mineral Engineering Knowledge and Skills for Today’s Industry
- Section 2 – Chapter 2 – Appendix 1. Information about the survey respondents
- Section 2 – Chapter 3 – Applying a Logic Model Framework to Mineral Processing Education
- Section 3 – Chapter 1 – Global Mineral Engineering Curriculum Review
- Section 3 – Chapter 2 – Status and Prospects of Mineral Processing Postgraduate Education in China
- Section 3 – Chapter 3 – Educational Programmes connected with mineral processing in Poland
- Section 3 – Chapter 4 – Analysis of Labuor Sustainability for Mining Engineers in Chile
- Section 4 – Chapter 1 – Keeping Curriculum Current in Canada
- Section 4 – Chapter 2 – Mineral Engineering Education in India – Current Status and Challenges
- Section 4 – Chapter 3 – Montana Tech: Perspectives of a Small Specialty School
- Section 4 – Chapter 4 – Where are the Women in Mineral Processing?
- Section 5 – Chapter 1 – Interactive Visualization of a Base Metal Concentrator
- Section 5 – Chapter 2 – Developing and Sustaining Capability in Process Mineralogy
- Section 5 – Chapter 3 – A Masters-Level Degree Programme to Support the Development of a Sustainable and Socially Responsible Minerals Industry in Africa