Presentation on theme: "A career in mining is more than you think!. Mining Video."— Presentation transcript:
A career in mining is more than you think!
The Importance of Mining to everyday life Minerals and metals are essential to our daily lives. Its difficult to imagine a world without them!
The Importance of Mining to everyday life steel, iron, gypsum for buildings steel, iron, copper, zinc, barium, graphite, aluminum for vehicles potash, phosphate, nitrogen, sulphur for fertilizers 35 minerals and metals in your TV and music speakers
The Importance of Mining To Canadas economy employs almost 390,000 Canadians contributes $40 billion to the countrys annual gross domestic product Canada is worlds top producer of uranium and potash Canada is third in diamond production
Mining Today State-of-the-art technology
Mining Today Leading-edge research & development
Mining Today Environmental responsibility
Mining Today Social responsibility
The Mining Cycle ExplorationDevelopment Operations Closure and Site Rehabilitation
Explore the Career Possibilities There are over 120 options!
Career possibilities: Exploration Administrative Assistant Chef / Cook Prospector Electrician Geologist Plumber Helicopter/ Aircraft Pilot Truck Driver Lab Technician
Accommodation Provider Kitchen Staff Janitor Human Resources Manager Plant Supervisor Environmental Coordinator Crane Operator Blaster Demolition Expert Development Career possibilities:
Financial Manager Security Guard HR Administrator IT Supervisor Foreman Blaster Loader Operator Electrical Engineer Metallurgical Engineer Operations Career possibilities:
Administrative Staff Safety Manager Aboriginal Liaison Tree Planter Photographer Demolition Expert Environmental Specialist Water Management Technician Haul Truck Driver Closure and Rehabilitation Career possibilities:
Whats in It for Me? Opportunity to use transferable skills Careers to match your experience Stability State-of-the-art technology Great salary Dynamic work environment Range of opportunities
Opportunities Over the next 10 years, the mining industry will require between 60,000 and 90,000 new workers.
Where to Get Training 25 colleges and 9 universities offer mining programs in Canada Many other colleges and universities offer programs related to mining (e.g. earth sciences, engineering, skilled trades) Apprenticeships are possible