Derisk has been engaged by AIG to develop an affordable, comprehensive, five module training course for technical staff, resource and reserve professionals, and those in other industries who make use of Mineral Resource and Ore Reserve statements.  Each module will be a stand-alone half-day seminar designed to cater for specific needs, from students and new graduates through to experienced staff.

The five modules will cover:

  • Introduction to the JORC Code – how the JORC code sets out minimum standards for public reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves and sets out sound practices for data collection, quality control and assurance, analysis and transparent, material reporting of results.
  • A JORC Code Refresher – designed to help geoscientists responsible for public reports understand their personal responsibilities, refresh their understanding of the key requirements of the Code, how compliance is monitored and other issues central to Competent Person responsibility.
  • Reporting Exploration Targets and Exploration Results – apecifically aimed at geologists preparing public reports for grassroots and advanced exploration projects, including how the use of the Checklist of Assessment and Reporting Criteria (Table 1) included in the Code assists in the development of sound practices for collecting and assuring the quality of exploration data.
  • Reporting Mineral Resources – designed for exploration, project and mining geologists responsible for reporting Mineral Resources. including how the use of Table 1 included in the Code can be used as a guide to best practice data collection, analysis and material reporting of estimates.
  • Integrating the JORC Code with ASX Rules – details the specific ASX listing rules that provide additional requirements for public reporting than what is required by the JORC Code.