EduMine features over 211 online courses and over 37 short courses and 27 webcasts in mining-related disciplines in a variety of languages. We are certified by the IACET (International Association for Continuing Education & Training-1620 Eye Street, N.W., Suite 615, Washington, DC 20006) and we are recognized by professional organizations all over North America. Are you an expert in a mining-related field? Become an EduMine author or presenter!
EduMine provides a platform for recognition by the mining / geoscience communities.
EduMine is the professional development division of InfoMine which is the premier information portal on the Internet for the mining and geoscience communities. You and your course benefit from exposure to our large audience, and from our promotion in trade journals and attendance at trade shows.
EduMine manages the monitoring, accounting and record keeping.
We develop, maintain and manage the EduMine website and perform all monitoring, accounting and record keeping for enrollment/registration, certification, viewer statistics and distribution of royalties/payment of instructor fees. We issue professional development certificates and maintain learner and attendee records.
Get involved in the Certificate in Mining Studies program.
Many of EduMine's short courses, webcasts and online courses qualify for the Certificate in Mining Studies (CMS) program, which is partnered with several different universities around the world. Ask about how to get CMS students taking your courses for credit.
Courses must be relevant to a mining or geoscience audience.
The subject should be of interest to either a professional audience or a skilled trades audience in mining and the geosciences. The course should provide a practical, in-depth, effective treatment of the subject.
Courses must address identified needs of a target audience.
A course should be planned in response to identified needs of a target audience. Clear and concise written statements of intended learning outcomes should be available.
Course content must be appropriate to intended learning outcomes.
A course must be developed by qualified personnel. Course content and instructional methods must be appropriate for the intended learning outcomes.