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(L-R) John Stark (Wagners), Paul Sutton (IQA), André Henare and Gearoid Connolly (Wagners, André’s mentor) on-site at the Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport quarry.

Education
André Henare and Wagners: Linking university with industry

André Henare is a 20-year-old university student studying engineering at The University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba. By day, he is a barista at one of the best cafés in town. By night, he is a student struggling to decide the best course of action to ensure a happy and successful future. Read more »
The children were able to view a concrete agitator truck in full swing.

Education
Promoting the quarrying industry in our schools

One of the challenges for extractive operations is to inform local communities about the value and benefits of quarrying. Part of this challenge is to communicate the message early – and what better place to start than in the classroom? Paul Sutton reports. Read more »
An example of leaders' orientation to time.

Education
Smart Quarrying: Living outside of time

In the final of a quarterly series of articles about the IQA’s Smart Quarrying program, Paul Sutton discusses the importance of mental time travel as a tool in the here and now to create and generate new ideas and innovations of the future. Read more »
Figure 1.1: Strategy 'value chain.'

Education
Smart quarrying: Strategy where change has ‘changed’

In the third of a quarterly series of articles about the IQA’s Smart Quarrying program, Paul Sutton discusses the importance of organisational strategic thinking and foresight. Read more »
All employees of quarry operations should be encouraged to embrace “lifelong” learning.

Education
Smart Quarrying: From knowledge to conceptual eras

The IQA has embarked this year on an ambitious futures research project – Smart Quarrying. In the second of a quarterly series of articles about the project, Paul Sutton explains how Smart Quarrying will satisfy the shift that has occurred in business leadership qualities since the turn of the century, and will in part address the skills shortage globally. Read more »
If the industry is to establish best practice, then personnel need to be equipped with the knowledge, understanding and application of operational issues.

Industry News
Smart quarrying: today’s foresight, tomorrow’s global advantage

The IQA is this year set to embark on an ambitious futures research project that will seek to project the position of the Australian quarrying sector over the next 15 years. Paul Sutton explains why quarry professionals – and the broader industry – will benefit from this long-term exercise. Read more »
Fathers and sons have signed up to be trained for Certificate III in Surface Extraction with the Torres Shire Council. From left: Ibraham and Robert Binawell with Tuta and Gavin Kris.

Education
Training, developing a remote workforce

The IQA has successfully trialled pilot education program in the Torres Strait. Paul Sutton reports on the success of a qualifications and coaching project for workers at Horn Island Quarry. Read more »

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