Course Sneak Peek— ME214

Get ready to gain an advanced level of confidence when inspecting mine and mill operations with ASA’s Identification and Appraisal of Mining and Mineral Processing Equipment (ME214) course being held on September 13-15, 2017 in Tucson, Arizona.

This advanced class is designed for appraisers who specialize in the mining industry and professionals looking to learn more about this unique specialty. Participants will look at the various types of mining and learn how to assess and value mining and milling equipment. Instructor lead discussions will focus on the different types of mines students may encounter as well as the various mining processes used in the field. Key topics and discussions points will include extraction techniques and methods; what makes up a mine, both underground and above ground; what equipment to expect on each type of property; identifying specific equipment, functions, and values; and hard rock mineral processing and coal preparation equipment.

Special tours to ASARCO Mission Open Pit Mine and Mill, ASARCO Mission Discovery Center, and Prima Air and Space Museum have been scheduled and students will be able to earn 30 hours of continuing education credits.

Course instruction will be provided by Alan C. Iannacito, FASA, a designated member of the Society for more than 38 years and Allan K. Bowles, PE, Mining Engineer, both of whom are principals of Littleton, Co based ACI Associates, Inc.

To view brochure, click here.

To read the latest issue of the Mining Industry Insight (Spring 2017), click here.

To visit the primary source for mining and mineral processing equipment values, click here.

To gain access to Alan C. Iannacito, FASA article on “Coal is King No Longer” from the MTS Journal, contact ASA Info.

To register or for complete course details visit ASA online or call (800) 272-8258.

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