Gold Processing Technology Course for International Participants ends at UMaT

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Prof Amankwah Delivering a Lecture to the Participants
Prof Amankwah Delivering a Lecture to the Participants
 
A team of gold plant workers from Semos SA, in Mali, AngloGold Ashanti Siguiri Mine in Guinea and Newcrest Mine in Cote D’Ivoire have completed a training programme in Gold Processing Technology at the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT), Tarkwa. The course had six modules including:
  • Geology and Mineralogy of Gold Deposits;
  • Comminution Technology;
  • Concentration and Solid-liquid Separation;
  • Chemistry of Gold Extraction;
  • Flow sheets, Sampling and Tailings Disposal; and
  • Front-line Supervision.
This is the second time the training programme has been organised for the international team. The Course Director, Professor Richard Amankwah indicated that after a successful programme in 2016, the exemplary performance of the participants when they resumed work on the mine encouraged management to send a second batch for the programme. Participants were issued Certificates of Mastery in Gold Processing Technology after the six-week programme.
 
Source: PaulY. A.Yeboah, Assistant Registrar (University Relations)
 
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