CSA Global’s Principal Resource Geologist, Anton Geldenhuys will lecture on Mineral Resource Estimation as part of the Master of Science in Exploration Geology between 29 July to 2 August 2019 at the Rhodes University in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
This intensive part-time coursework and thesis program will be delivered over a two year period and is inclusive of a field and practical course. The Exploration course involves the production of a thesis based on original research.
As part of the program, Anton will lecture for a five-day period on the Mineral Resources module which includes data collection and the reporting of Mineral Resources. The module will include a one-day practical geological modelling workshop using Leapfrog Geo.
The postgraduate program has been running for over 40 years and has been one of the only global dedicated Master of Science programs worldwide, and is regarded as one of the top Exploration degrees worldwide for decades, with students attending from numerous countries.
Industry delegates are welcome to attend any part of the coursework program.
For further information, please e-mail a request to the program’s Office Administrator Ms Ashley Goddard.
PRINCIPAL RESOURCE GEOLOGIST
Anton Geldenhuys is an experienced mineral resource specialist with more than 18 years’ experience. He possesses broad commodity experience including precious metals, vanadium, lithium, rare-earth elements, graphite, tin, potash, base metals and iron ore. He has extensive expertise in the governance of exploration projects and has worked on a myriad of projects throughout Africa, India, South America and Europe. He is a member of the South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions, the Geological Society of South Africa and, since 2005, the Geostatistical Association of Southern African. Since 2009, Anton has volunteered in multiple committee roles for the Geostatistical Association of Southern Africa and has lectured to University groups; most recently to the Exploration Geology, Master of Science course at Rhodes University on the topic of Mineral Resource Estimation.