Thursday, 6 August 2020

PwC to bring Hard Hat: Asia School of Mines to IMARC Melbourne 2015

PwC’s respected Hard Hat mining development program is going to be delivered in Melbourne at IMARC this year in the form of a one-day workshop – Hard Hat: Asia School of Mines.  Aimed at both experienced mining professionals and those new to the industry, the workshop will cover the fundamentals everyone in the industry needs to know about mining as well as contemporary developments in the sector.

PwC has had great success running these programs over a number of years now, not only for their own staff, but also for its clients from companies such as Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, Sumitomo, PT Bukit Asam, ANZ, Ma’aden, Adani, Wesfarmers, GE and Orica among many others, and thought it was time to share this great professional development opportunity with the broader mining community.

By bringing the workshop to IMARC Melbourne, PwC will be offering Australian and Asian mining professionals and METS the opportunity to choose topics across two parallel streams, one focused on learning about the mining life cycle and the other focused on topical, current, emerging mining industry trends. In addition to the workshops, participants will also be given the opportunity to try out the latest in portable mining simulation technology, a “virtual reality” mine experience courtesy of global simulation leaders, Immersive Technologies.

The workshop will be held on Monday the 9th of November 2015, and cost $895pp to attend. There are also packages available which incorporate attendance at IMARC as well as the workshop.

For more information Download The Flyer or to register please visit and follow the registration links. The deadline for registration is Thursday 8 October.


Anthony Hodge, Partner Lead, Hard Hat 2015 –

Keith Bishop, Program Manager – or 03 8603 0263


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