MINE CLOSURE AND LAND REHABILITATION COURSE IN COOPERATION WITH ENTERPRISES UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA (PTY) LTD
Shangoni is pleased to announce its collaboration with Enterprises University of Pretoria to provide our clients with an opportunity to attend a course on mine closure and rehabilitation in 2020.
Commencing date: 21 February 2020
Price: R 30 480.00
Why a Mine Closure and Rehabilitation programme?
The South African Mining industry has a legacy of challenges pertaining to mine closure and its related residual impacts. Critical aspects relevant to mine closure including inadequate financial provision, post-closure pollution risks, the socio-economic impact, lack of proper knowledge and planning, lack of accountability and the lack of an integrated approach in dealing with mine closure forces the Mining Industry to re-look their approach to this complex issue. Mine closure and rehabilitation in all its facets need to be addressed in a structured integrated approach so as to ensure a successful mine closure implementation process.
The programme in Mine Closure and Rehabilitation will add value in dealing with this very important aspect in the mining industry. This course will provide an overview of the requirements for integrated mine closure planning, looking at legal requirements, general opportunities and threats and practical examples. The course aims to provide up to date information on legislative requirements and government expectation with regards to mine closure. A structured approach to enable applicants to timeously plan for closure of mining operations preventing a misunderstanding of the processes to be followed when applying for closure. Integrated into the theme of closure planning is the ever-important land and soil management component which supports effective closure practices.
- Candidates will acquire relevant and practical knowledge on mine closure planning which will include important legislative requirements, general challenges & opportunities, lessons learnt from actual mine closure projects and fundamental and applied principles.
- Candidates will acquire step by step insight on how to approach mine closure projects from a technical and applied perspective.
- Candidates will learn from technical and field experts with practical experience i.e. regulatory engagement, soil & landform planning, social planning & integration, recommended natural resource management pre- and post-land rehabilitation and post rehabilitation land use management systems etc.
For further information regarding course content and entry requirements, visit UPE’s website here and for any other queries please contact Jan Nel at firstname.lastname@example.org or Emma Fourie at email@example.com from our Closure and Rehabilitation Department.