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Training Program Development and Features

  • The intial Training Program took 3 years to develop. After the system was structured using instructional design specialists, every module was prototype tested and underwent several revisions before final issue.

  • The complete Training Program covers all the steps to implement the Metcom Engineering and Management System for plant grinding operations.

  • Development of the intial Program was sponsored by a consortium of mining and service companies and the governments of Canada and Quebec.

  • A large percentage of training sales revenue is reinvested into ongoing program developments, so participants can continue to learn and benefit as the program improves and expands. For example, autogenous and semi-autogenous grinding is currently being addressed.

  • It is self-taught, self-paced, interactive learning. Try the sample to experience how the training works.

  • Certification testing verifies learner comprehension.

  • Available to date in English (hard copy and on-line) and French (hard copy).

  • Endorsed by McGill University; Energy, Mines and Resources Canada; Mining Association of Canada; Ontario Hydro.

  • Accredited for continuing education credits (CEU’s) with the Engineering Institute of Canada.

  • A Participant Guide presents information on the contents and form of the Program, certification, ownership, rights and support services.

  • A Documentation Guide provides the structure for collecting, filing and organizing all the data and information that is needed to implement the Metcom System.

  • An Administrator Guide is issued to those organizations that elect to supervise the training through an on-site administrator.

  • Participants apply what they learn in their plants, performing the same data collection and analyses as in the modules, as they work their way through the training.

  • Individual modules vary from less than one hour, to about four hours, to complete. The total program learning time is approximately 60 hours.

  • Each program is issued to a specified individual. Training can be for one person or there can be a Curriculum of Study for plant technical and management personnel.

  • Special Topic Programs focus on specific unit operations or tasks.

  • A low cost alternative to attending offsite training courses.

  • Extremely cost effective. Application of new skills on the job provides immediate payback. Cost savings are being measured in the millions of dollars.

  • Easily accessible to users anywhere they can go
    on-line: at work, at home or on the road.

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