- Learn who is responsible for what when it comes to technical disclosure (Hint: It isn't always the Qualified Person who is responsible!)
- Distinguish between company expectations and regulatory technical disclosure requirements
- Identify internal and regulatory hurdles which can compromise timely delivery of technical reports
- Why and when is technical disclosure reviewed, and by whom?
- What constitutes good disclosure in a news release?
- Avoid common technical disclosure errors and mistakes in reports and news releases
Geoscientists, Mining Engineers, Mineral Process Engineers, Environmental Scientists, Structural Engineers, Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers and anyone who contributes to or supervises people creating content for news releases and technical reports prepared in accordance with NI 43-101 -Project Engineers or Project Managers in charge of compiling NI 43-101 reports.
This course will appeal to anyone who is contributing or, or creating, technical content for a report prepared in accordance with NI 43-101. The course will also be of value to geoscientists and engineers for mineral exploration and mining companies.
Sally Gillies, P.Geo.
Technical Director, Compliance and Geology, Ausenco
Sally is a professional geologist with over 25 years of international experience in the mining industry. She has extensive experience in the exploration and development of precious and base metal deposits in a variety of terrains, including orogenic and epithermal gold, polymetallic porphyries, and Precambrian nickel and uranium deposits. Sally has also helped issuers understand their regulatory technical compliance obligations and reviewed over 1,500 technical reports for compliance with NI 43-101, while working at the TSX Venture Exchange. Currently, Sally works at Ausenco advising technical report stakeholders on all aspects of NI 43-101, S-K 1300, and JORC.