Public Reporting Of
Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Reserves
Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Reserves
April 9-10, 2019 — Millennium Student Center, St. Louis, Missouri - Registration Open Now
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Dr. Kwame Awuah-Offei, associate professor and interim director
of mining engineering at Missouri University of Science & Technology (Missouri S&T), recently served as a mining engineering academic fellow at and expert consultant to the US Securities & Exchange Commission to help the agency update mining property disclosure rules in Regulation S-K; on October 31, 2018 the SEC adopted those amendments. Dr. Awuah-Offei will be offering a course to aide in the transition to the new requirements, which companies must be in compliance with for the first fiscal year beginning on or after January 1, 2021.
This course is designed to help geoscientists and mining, geological, metallurgical and other engineers, who are or may be involved in mineral exploration or technical studies, to comply with ethics and regulatory standards (particularly, US Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regulation S-K subpart 1300).
At the end of this two-day course, participants should be able to: (i) report exploration results, mineral resources, and mineral reserves per the new SEC standards; and (ii) act with the highest professional and ethical standards when reporting exploration results, mineral resource, and mineral reserves. The course covers a range of topics necessary to transition from Industry Guide 7 to subpart 1300. The course starts with the definitions of key terms and basic principles of public disclosure (materiality, transparency and competence). It then uses these concepts to help the participant understand how to apply this consistently and ethically to various scenarios in order to comply with the law and professional ethical standards.
Dates, Fee and Venue
April 9-10, 2019
Registration Fee – $600
5% discount for attendance of groups of three or more.
Discount received as a refund after conference attendance.
Earn 12 PDHs, equivalent to 1.2 CEUs
Cancellation deadline: March 26, 2019
Venue & Parking
Millennium Student Center
379 Millennium Student Center
One University Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63121-4400
PARKING: Millennium Student Center North Garage
Three minute walk to the MSC
Room reservations must be made on your own.
Nearby Hotels Include:
Drury Inn & Suites St. Louis Airport
10490 Natural Bridge Road
St. Louis, MO 63134
Telephone: (314) 423-7700
The link below is your guide to explore St. Louis for listings of hotels, restaurants, and things to do in the Gateway City.
Short Course Outline
The course is delivered as a combination of interactive lectures and real-life case studies. In the case studies, groups of participants conduct reviews of real disclosure documents and present them to their peers to gain a better understanding of how concepts such as materiality and risk are incorporated into public disclosure of exploration results, resources, and reserves. This course is a professional development opportunity mid- to senior level engineers and geoscientists in roles such as chief engineer, resource manager, exploration manager, or technical services manager/engineer, and those who will soon be in such roles.
- Overview of mining property disclosure framework under Regulation S-K
- Regulation S-K 1301(d): Definitions
- Qualified persons & technical reports
- Summary disclosure obligations
- Individual property disclosure obligations
- Internal controls disclosure obligations
- Case study/group exercise
- Group presentations
Earn 12 Professional Development Hours
This course is a great way for mid- to senior level engineers and geoscientists, such as chief engineers, resource managers, exploration managers, or technical services managers/engineers, or those who will soon be working in these roles, to earn professional development hours (PDHs).
Dr. Kwame Awuah-Offei is an associate professor of mining engineering at Missouri University of Science & Technology (Missouri S&T). He recently served as a mining engineering academic fellow at and expert consultant to the US Securities & Exchange Commission to help the agency update mining property disclosure rules in Regulation S-K. He teaches ore reserve analysis and Geostatistics to graduate and undergraduate students at Missouri S&T. He holds a PhD from University of Missouri-Rolla (UMR). Most of his PhD work was done at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. He holds a BS (Hons) from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Ghana. He has over 16 years of research and teaching experience. Dr. Awuah-Offei is a professional member of the Society of Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration, Inc. and a fellow of the West African Institute of Mining, Metallurgy & Petroleum. He is a registered professional engineer in Wyoming.
Sustainability, Mine Reclamation, Modeling, Simulation and Optimization
Limited to 50 attendees; will be accepted on a first-come, first served basis (based on receipt of registration and payment).
- REGISTER TODAY — April 9-10, 2019
Hotel Accommodations: Room reservations must be made on your own. Visit the Explore St. Louis site for listings of hotels, restaurants, and things to do in the Gateway City.
Course Fee: $600
- Completion of this course will qualify attendees to receive 12 Professional Development Hours (PDHs), equivalent to 1.2 CEUs.
Missouri University of Science and Technology reserves the right to cancel its programs in the event of insufficient registrations, instructor illness, severe weather, or natural disaster. In the event of cancellation, registrants will be notified immediately and all registration fees will be refunded in full.
Persons wishing to cancel their registrations must do so by March 26, 2019. Refunds will not be made after this date. Substitutions may be made at any time.