Review Course for the Professional Engineer (P. E.) Examination of Mining/Mineral Processing Engineers
This 2013 review course will aid individuals preparing for the mining/mineral processing professional engineer (P.E.) examination.
P.E. Registration is one way of demonstrating the credibility of the engineer’s work. It is the only legal way for an engineer to offer mining/mineral engineering services to the general public.
The PE examination is open book and given in two 4-hour sessions consisting of 40 multiple-choice questions each. This 5-day course will cover the following examination subject areas:
- Mine Planning and Operations
- Environmental and Reclamation
- Mineral Processing
Professors: Raja Ramani, Pennsylvania State Univ
Dirk Van Zyl, Univ of British Columbia
Keith Heasley, West Virginia Univ
Corby Anderson, Colorado School of Mines
Sukhendu Barua, MS2 Data Solutions, Inc.
Please direct course content questions to Dr. Ramani at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The course begins at 8:00 am each day.
Registration fees include: morning and afternoon coffee breaks, lunch, course notes, Study Guide for the Professional Licensure of Mining and Mineral Processing Engineers, Seventh Edition, certificate upon completetion, and 3.5 Continuing Education Units.
Take advantage of the $98 a night rate at the St. Louis Airport Marriott. Please click here or call 314-423-9700 or 1-877-264-8771 and ask for the SME Group Rate.
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