A 23-year-old BHP Billiton employee has become the first woman in NSW to earn an engineering certificate of competence.
Downer EDI will donate $150,000 over three years to the Smith Family to help disadvantaged Australian kids access education and learning programs.
Fourteen students will gather in Moranbah this week for the annual BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) Mine Challenge.
As the Western Australian School of Mines moves its first year courses to Perth, and provides options for second year students to remain in Perth, some are saying the school’s status is declining.
Construction has begun at the new $38.3 million Mining and Engineering Centre for TAFE SA at Regency Park.
Often accused of not providing enough training opportunities,a new report claims the mining industry spent more than $1.15 billion on training over the last two years.
Today’s Gidarjil Roadshow in Bundaberg promise to be a good opportunity for local indigenous people to learn about employment in the state’s booming energy sector.
The University of Melbourne’s Lyn Yates discusses what the industry is doing to attract its future miners.
The Queensland Government is offering $20,000 to encourage more women into the mining industry.
In the market for personnel? Then have a clear recruitment strategy and strongly consider where, when and how to connect with the target candidate group. Jamie Wade writes.
The University of Queensland and Rio Tinto have signed an agreement to create a pipeline of graduates for the mining industry.
Xstrata Coal has turned its former Baal Bone underground mine into a hands-on training facility.
Charles Darwin University has signed an agreement with the Challenger Institute of Technology which will provide increased support for the Northern Territory’s resources industry.