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Diploma students celebrate their graduation.

Students in the Victorian limelight

Over 90 Victorian branch members, other industry representatives, students and their families convened on the evening of 19 April, 2012 for the Victorian IQA branch’s annual Student Presentation Night. Read more »
Skills funding is available for quarry owners.

Quarry companies eligible for skills funding

The Commonwealth Government has allocated $20.5 million of the National Workforce Development Fund (NWDF) to the quarrying, coal mining, metalliferous mining, drilling and civil infrastructure sectors. Read more »
Space at Hillhead 2012 is now at a premium.

Hillhead 2012 filling fast

The world’s top quarrying exhibition is shaping up for a massive year, with 385 exhibitors having committed to Hillhead 2012. Read more »
Interactive computer-based simulator games are suited to delivering training because participants are active agents in the learning experience in a virtual reality that supplies rewards and builds expertise.

Safety games for learning

With Australia moving to adopt a national qualification to enable workers to enter a construction site, a project is currently underway to develop and evaluate the effectiveness of an immersive 3D computer game to deliver occupational health and safety (“White Card”) certification training for the construction industry. Read more »
Leussink Engineering’s business is focused on a small batch of orders – often as small as a single item!

Engineering supplier increases Illawarra apprentice uptake

In what ranks as a complete antithesis to the generally gloomy forecast for manufacturing in the NSW industrial region of Illawarra, one of its most progressive engineering firms that facilitates the mining sector nationally is actually increasing in 2012 the quota on its annual uptake of apprentices. Read more »
Dru Oxley: “Any activity can play a role in development if it adds value to your abilities ...”

Development potential – and its many forms

Dru Oxley, the 2010 Alex Northover Award recipient and a member of the IQA’s Young Members Network, reflects on his formative learning experiences. Read more »
Smaller operators are now interested in the capitalisation rate as it relates to their quarries.

Determining the capitalisation rate for quarry valuations

As smaller quarry operations become the acquisitions of larger operations, so interest grows in the application of capitalisation rates for quarry valuations. Rod Stephens explains how these applications work and what happens if they are incorrectly applied. Read more »

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