|Date||14 August 2018|
|-||15 August 2018|
|Location||The Wits Club, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg|
|Resources||SAMREC and SAMVAL Codes 22062018.pdf|
The object of the interactive workshop is to address the more complex application of the codes through case studies. It will be assumed that the participants are fully conversant with the SAMREC and SAMVAL codes an are able to discuss their perspective on aspects of the case studies. The emphasis will be on being able to face one’s peers and include both compliance and best practice aspects of the codes.
The workshop will take the form of group discussions of various case studies to facilitate discussion. Various topics have been selected and will be discussed in conjunction with discussions around Precious Metals, Coal, Diamonds and Valuation covering Exploration Results, Mineral Resources, Mineral Reserves and Valuations. Participants will be supplied with material to review prior to the workshop. They will be placed in groups to discuss and dissect the material – 2 or 3 groups will be asked to present their findings at the end of each session.
Each case study is designed for a 3 hour morning or afternoon session.
The workshop is intended to allow mining industry professionals to improve their knowledge and application of the advanced aspects of the SAMREC and SAMVAL Codes.
Tuesday: 14 August 2018
Topics of the day
• Public Reporting
• Understanding the SAMREC Documents
• Table 1 and 'if not why not'
• Data Evaluation
• Reasonable expectations of eventual economic extraction (REEEE)
• The Mineral Resource declaration statement
• Mineral Reserve estimation
• Modifying Factors
• Base and Precious Metals specifics
• Coal specifics
Wednesday 15 August 2018
Topics of the day
• Reporting of Exploration Results
• CPR Composition
• CPR Confidentiality
• Diamond Specifics
• Application of environmental and social factors
• Valuation Methods
• Principles of Valuation
• Discount Values
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Companies wishing to sponsor should contact the Conference Co-ordinator, Yolanda Ndimande
Tel: +27 11 834-1273/7 · Fax: +27 11 833-8156 or +27 11 838-5923
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NB: Documents for the workshop will be provided electronically on receipt of registration/payment