Mining & Minerals Special Interest Group

Career Transition - Daniel Carroll and Geoffrey Carter - Online

Date From: 24 August 2016
Description: An online presentation by Daniel Carroll and Geoffrey Carter. The aim of this webinar is to increase awareness of transition process and its implications, as well as some of the support services available.
Event Type: Webinar
Venue: Online
Organiser: Mining & Minerals Special Interest Group

Book Event

Many organisations in the resources sector, including the mining and minerals industry are undergoing a major structural transition in relation to the provision of technical development and engineering support. Historically such services were provided from within however this model is giving way to a more agile approach where the expertise is outsourced. For those who entered and developed under the old system, the new landscape can be very unfamiliar. The aim of this webinar is to increase awareness of transition process and its implications, as well as some of the support services available.

Agenda at this webinar

   5 mins   What is happening?
 20 mins   Updates on the Market Place by Daniel Carroll, NES Global
 15 mins   Case study - thoughts and insights by Geoffery Carter, On Track RDI
 10 mins   IChemE services and support
 10 mins Panel discussion 

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Speaker

Daniel Carroll

Daniel-carrollDaniel graduated in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. Following three years of scientific recruitment he joined NES Global Talent’s UK business in 2004 recruiting Process Engineers for the oil and gas industry. Daniel moved to NES Global Talent in Perth in 2009 to develop process engineering within the Australian market, principally within Oil & Gas. In 2013 Daniel moved into an account management role and is currently responsible for managing NES Global Talent’s support to a major Australian LNG project.

Geoffrey Carter

geoffrey-carterGeoff can best be described as an industrial physicist and engineer, he has run chemical plants, developed ceramics for body part replacements and LASERS for analysing ore bodies. Prior to starting On Track RDI he spent almost 4 years as the Principal Geo-metallurgist for Rio Tinto Iron Ore’s Technical Services. During his time with RTIO Technical services he was responsible for materials handling, Transportable Moisture Limits (TML) management and below water table mining work programs.

Format

A one-hour online session
Duration (for CPD recording purposes): up to one hour.
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This webinar is free of charge and open to all to attend, but if you wish to access the slides and a recording to replay on demand then you'll need to be a member of the Mining & Minerals Special Interest Group.
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