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Equipment Management - Key to Equipment Reliability

Paul D. Tomlingson
Published by SME

Estimated Training Time: 17 hours
17 Professional Development Hours (PDH)

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This course introduces and explains the fundamental economic and financial models and terms which are commonly found in the minerals industry. The course is perfect for managers and technical professionals in the minerals industries who do not have a financial background, but wish to expand their knowledge of basic financial tools and terms they will commonly encounter.

The course is designed for operational mining personnel who must work within their company's financial management, approvals and reporting systems. Each module of the course focuses on a different term or tool, and uses mining specific examples to illustrate these terms or tools.

Upon completion of this course participants will be well placed to understand and work within the financial systems on their site, to understand the broader accounting principles on which the systems are based, and understand the economic drivers of the mining industry in general.

This course contains an assessment quiz at the end of each chapter.

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