Comparative Statistics and Experimental Design

Comparative Statistics and Experimental Design equips mineral engineers and metallurgists with the statistical tools necessary to make informed decisions in the face of uncertainty.

“Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experiences over the stats course. It was undoubtedly one of the most engaging and relevant courses that I have been able to attend” - Graduate Metallurgist, Newmont

Duration:3 days
AUD 4,5105-7 May 2020 | Brisbane, Australia
AUD 4,95026-28 October 2020 | Perth, Australia
Course Delivery:Public course (custom in-house courses are also available on request)
Special Rates:Group rates available for sending three or more participants - contact us

 

Registration:

To register, you will be asked to complete our online form and a team member will be in touch with you shortly. A registration confirmation will be sent to you once your registration has been received and processed. 


To make an enquiry, submit an expression of interest or reserve your provisional place, please complete our online form.

Please note Tim Napier-Munn is the course creator and may not be delivering each course.  JKTech has a number of highly skilled and knowledgeable consultants who can deliver the course.  Therefore, depending upon availability a presenter will be confirmed closer to each course date. 

JKTech Pty Ltd reserves the right to cancel any course at its discretion. Whilst we endeavour to make every effort not to do this, there could be circumstances beyond our control (e.g. insufficient numbers) that may prevent us from going ahead. In light of this, if you need to fly, we suggest that you purchase a fully flexible airline ticket. If you would like a copy of our Standard Terms and Conditions for Provision of Training (including our full cancellation policy), please visit http://jktech.com.au/terms-and-conditions.

Monograph:

Professor Tim Napier-Munn has published a book entitled Statistical Methods for Mineral Engineers: How to design Experiments and Analyse Data. Note one copy of the book is provided to each participant as part of the open course registration. Please click here for further information.

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