REPORTING CODE DOWNLOADS

2016 SAMREC/SAMVAL VERSION OF THE CODES ARE MANDATORY FROM 1 JANUARY 2017

Training

The SSC provides a number of training courses or workshops annually (primarily through the Geological Society of South Africa and the Southern African Institute for Mining and Metallurgy) that cater specifically to the needs of CP/CV/QRE’s. The majority of these courses/workshops are directed at technical (geoscientific/engineering) professions who compile Public Reports (including Competent Person’s Reports, Valuation Reports and Qualified Reserve Evaluator’s Reports). However, some of the courses may be of specific interest to non-technical professionals who compile valuation reports, fair and reasonable opinions, etc.

The SSC recommends that practicing CP/CV/QRE’s should attend at least one of these courses in a five-year cycle.

Provisional Dates

  • SAMCODES presentation at the SAIMM Young Professional Conference (Feb)
  • SAMOG training event in Cape Town (28 March) Download the Flyer (PDF, 1MB)
  • Introduction to SAMREC/SAMVAL and JSE Reporting (16-17 May)
  • SAMVAL for non-technical professionals (Sept)
  • SAMREC/SAMVAL Companion Volume Conference 2019 (9-10 Oct)

Ken Lomberg will also be presenting an “Introduction to SAMCODES and International reporting in the Mining industry” to MIASA (Mining Industry Association of South Africa) delegates on 1 February 2019.

Tania Marshall will be presenting an “Introduction to international reporting practices (with an emphasis on the SAMCODES)” at the Gold Mineralisation course to be held at the University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe on 1 February 2019.

TRAINING RESOURCES

  • If you, or your organisation, is looking for in-house training, university, introductory, advanced or special-interest group courses on the SAMCODES, please contact the SSC or the Chairperson of the relevant Code Committee and we will be pleased to assist you.
  • If you, or your organisation, is planning on presenting a SAMCODE-related course, please contact the SSC with details so that we can build up a catalogue of available resources.