Congreso Internacional de Relaciones ComunitariasProfessional

27468
Lima – Peru
Spanish
Professional 





🌐 Colegio de Ingenieros del Peru

COVERED DISCIPLINES / SKILLS IN THIS PROGRAM

Business Management Area

1.2 Production analysis and mine optimisation
   1.2.1 Completes first-principles cost modelling
   1.2.3 Conducts simple financial analyses for optimisation projects
1.3 Organisational structures
   1.3.1 Understands the organisational, hierarchy and information flows for typical mining businesses and operations
1.4 Financial operations and production costs
   1.4.1 Understands business development principles applicable to the mining industry
   1.4.2 Interrogates and interprets financial statements
   1.4.5 Delivers cost/benefit analyses
1.6 Management
   1.6.1 Manages the business, managerial capacities
   1.6.3 Manages projects, organisations and teams. Leadership

Business Geomechanics and Technical Mine Area

3.1 Modelling, analysis and design
   3.1.1 Reviews engineering geology and geotechnical data (including Identifies hazards and modes of failure
3.2 Implementing designs and plans
   3.2.2 Assesses risk and implements controls and associated monitoring
3.3 Integrated mine design
   3.3.1 Recommends methods, equipment and processes
   3.3.2 Develops initial design
3.4 Mine rehabilitation and closure
   3.4.1 Establishes project and evaluate plans
3.6 Drilling, blasting and rock cutting explosives
   3.6.1 Design, operation and maintenance of explosive production plants
   3.6.2 Designs drill and blast patterns (e.g. spacing, burden, charge, fragmentation)

Mining Equipment and Systems Area

5.1 General Mining equipment and systems
   5.1.1 Uses key factors to select suitable mining machines (e.g. operational characteristics, costs, productivity, and performance)

Mineral Production and Processing Area

7.6 Recycling and secondary mineral raw materials. Circular Economy
   7.6.7 General knowledge of the principles of circular ecomy, climate change and the recycling market

Social Performance Area

9.1 Acquiring and using social data and baseline information
   9.1.1 Capacity to understand and apply anthropological, ethgraphic and archaeological knowledge
9.11 Community enterprise development
   9.11.1 Apply entrepreneurship skill to support current or future local business
9.3 Engagement with Indigenous peoples
   9.3.1 Identify potential conflicts related to the use of land and water by the project
9.4 Grievance management,Prevention & management of conflict
   9.4.1 Implement and manage a grievance mechanism
   9.4.2 Manage methodologies to detect previous or arising conflicts
   9.4.3 Apply conflicts resolutions techniques
9.6 Community engagement
   9.6.1 Understand and practice dialogue skills in engaging with communities
9.8 Resettlement & influx management
   9.8.1 Leadership skills to develop and coordinate relocation processes
   9.8.2 Enlightening. Influencing and convincing policy makers and stakeholders
9.9 Regional development
   9.9.1 knowledge of ecomic development framework to apply in a local a context

Geology Exploration Resources and Reserves Area

2.5 Mine feasibility studies
   2.5.1 Prepares the required inputs for an ecomic evaluation of a mine (e.g. personnel, equipment etc.)
   2.5.2 Provides input into feasibility studies

Mining Methods Area

4.1 General mining methods
   4.1.1 General knowledge of mining methods and operations
   4.1.4 Understands how the planning, geology and mine operations teams work together
4.5 Reclamation
   4.5.1 Demonstrates a detailed knowledge of the reclamation process. Designs tailings disposal facilities

Mining Services Area

6.1 General services and planning
   6.1.1 Measurements, site planning, management and follow-up of engineering projects

Generic, Health and Social Task Area

8.1 Environment
   8.1.1 knowledge and management of environmental impact assessment studies
8.2 Workplace health and safety
   8.2.1 Develops and disseminates safe practice guidelines
8.3 Communication
   8.3.1 Communication in native language
   8.3.2 Community relations
   8.3.6 Listens and communicates effectively. Chairs meetings. Prepares documents and reports
   8.3.7 Promotes company, industry and profession
   8.3.8 Ability to communicate Earth Science issues with the wider society
8.6 Self-management
   8.6.1 Accepts responsibility
   8.6.2 Develops and maintains networks
   8.6.3 Initiative and entrepreneurship spirit
8.7 Working with people
   8.7.1 Works effectively in interdisciplinary and international teams
   8.7.2 Recognises diversity and multiculturalism (knowledge of other cultures and customs
   8.7.3 Identify objectives and individual and collective responsibilities and act correctly in such roles
   8.7.4 Ethics. Transmit credibility and integrity
   8.7.5 Coaching and leading teams