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Best Practices For Mining Projects

November 28, 2013

Best Practices For Mining Projects

Jadwal Pelatihan Best Practices For Mining Projects

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Instructor by : Awang Suwandi



The Best Practices for Mining Projects course is designed to provide participants with Best Practices and learning that have been shown to improve capital project effectiveness. This training can be integrated with the company’s project management work process, allowing industry Best Practices to be incorporated into the project system. This course focuses on practices implemented early in the project, such as project definition for mine development projects. The Best Practices for Mining Projects course provides a forum to discuss the factors that lead to competitive project outcomes. The course will identify effective strategies for the following:

  • Defining mining and minerals project that best meet business needs
  • Building an effective team
  • Implementing contracting strategy
  • Improving the business value
  • Implementing technology improvements
  • Understanding and managing risks
  • Setting and achieving competitive targets
  • Controlling a project as it progresses through execution
  • Planning and scheduling projects

Most excellent project systems those that deliver excellent returns on capital spent incorporate the fundamentals of these key leading indicators into their work processes for projects. The program will cover these factors.



The training course’s primary focus is to present in detail the key learning and practices for project planning and execution that lead to superior outcomes. The training course will provide the following:

  • Key elements of team effectiveness.
  • Project drivers that lead to successful completion of each phase of Front-End Loading (FEL), the critical project definition phase, including the key deliverables that are required at the end of each phase and the objectives of each phase
  • Important elements of FEL for mining projects
  • Deliverables of FEL, including a detailed discussion of key elements of site definition, engineering definition, and project execution planning
  • The important elements of contracting strategy and the implications of contracting choices on project results
  • Additional engineering Best Practices (Value Improving Practices) that Industry uses to leverage extra value from a solid project definition package
  • Tools and techniques for identifying and mitigating risks
  • Practices that are important in controlling projects as they proceed through the execution
  • Research findings that can be used by owners to improve construction safety.



The course uses a combination of lecture, facilitated discussion, and case studies. Research findings are communicated through lectures. Participants share their experiences and relate learnings to their own experience through facilitated discussions. Case studies of actual mining projects allow participants to apply course learnings to real projects. The training course is divided into a set of modules, each covering a specific topic important in the capital project delivery process. The modules include the following:

   1.   The Business Stake

This module sets the stage for the entire course by identifying the place of projects in the business supply chain and the impact of project performance on business competitiveness, and also discusses the execution of projects in the current environment.

   2.   Mining Project Pathway to Success

The key elements include orebody definition, mine complexity, technology selection, scope definition, appraisal strategy, project definition for mine and facilities) degree of team integration, target setting, and project execution discipline. These practices are then linked to effectiveness of all components of asset development.

   3.   Team Effectiveness

Team effectiveness is an important driver of good project outcomes. This module focuses on the theory of teams and their use on capital projects. The module addresses the components of effective team and owner core competencies. This section also discusses effective integration of contractors into the project team.

   4.   Mine FEL – Orebody Definition

We review each element of the Mine FEL: Orebody and Overburden Definition, Site Factors, Engineering Status, and Project Execution Planning. Key deliverables for each of these elements at the time funds are authorized, as they apply to the mine portion of a capital investment, will be presented. Examples of problems that occur when definition is incomplete will be discussed.

   5.   Mine FEL – Site Definition

This module addresses aspects of project definition related to not only the characteristics of the project location, but more importantly also to land and mineral deposit accessibility. We also show how proper definition reduces project risks by clarifying assumptions, completing critical deliverables, and engaging local participants. Physical, regulatory and design issues are also covered.

   6.   Mine FEL – Engineering Definition

Addresses aspects related to the status of mining method selection, equipment selection, mine design and planning using optimization tools. This section discusses how engineering definition can help develop specific production strategies to support downstream production (stockpiling and blending), considers status of specific engineering design deliverables and participation by key stakeholders, and reduces risks with proper definition because key engineering items are complete and provide a sound basis for the estimate.

  7.   Facilities Site Definition

As one of the major components of the FEL Index, site factors addresses aspects of project definition related to the characteristics of the project location, and considers physical, regulatory, and design issues. Proper definition reduces project risks by clarifying assumptions, completing critical deliverables, and engaging local participants

   8.   Facilities Design Status

Another component of the FEL Index, Design Status addresses aspects related to the status of the process design (or conceptual design) and detailed design; considers status of specific engineering design deliverables and participation by key stakeholders; and reduces risks with proper definition because key engineering items are complete and provide sound basis for estimate

   9.   Project Execution Planning

The Project Execution Plan (PEP) is the result of defining the approach to be followed in executing a capital project and answers some basic questions about the project, such as: Who will participate, when will they participate, and what roles will they take? How the mining team is integrated/interfaced with processing and other facilities teams? How will the project be contracted, sequenced, managed, and controlled? When will phase transitions and specific activities take place?

10.   Project Controls

This module covers the owner role in project execution and control. Topics include design, procurement, and construction management. Best Practices in project control are discussed.


The program is intended for existing project managers and those who are moving into the project manager role in the near future. In this course, we present learnings derived from the analysis of thousands of actual projects.





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Lunch + 2 X Coffee Break


Pick Up Participants (Yogyakarta)


TRAINING FEE for Best Practices For Mining Projects

Rp7.000.000,- / peserta / Non Residential

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