MNG T 215
Mining Management II (3) Financial management, effective meeting management, critical thinking, project management and cost and risk control.
MNG T 215 Mining Management II (3)
"Mine Management II" is a follow-up to Mine Management I (Mining Technology 214) for students in production emphasis only. The primary goals of the course are to further explore and develop management skills to be an effective leader in an ever-changing industry. This process includes financial management, effective meeting management, critical thinking, project management and cost and risk control. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
a. Get a firm grasp of the financial side of the job.
b. Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents.
c. Set and meet goals for your projects.
d. Understand the principles of process management.
e. Apply process management to process issues and customer satisfaction.
f. Reduce the need for crisis supplies.
g. Identify the actions/approaches you can take to avoid or mitigate risk.
h. Build the trust and rapport necessary for effective coaching.
i. Effectively conduct meetings.
j. Interpret typical income and expense balance sheets.
k. Produce preliminary cost estimate (+/- 10%) for given application.
l. Demonstrate appropriate oral and written communication skills.
m. Prepare hypothetical request for capital improvements required to maintain or improve productivity, complete with financial justification.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.