JKSimMet training

JKSimMet training develops modelling and simulation skills for design and optimisation of comminution and classification circuits using JKTech’s award-winning interactive software package.  The package is designed for plant metallurgists who wish to apply process analysis techniques to characterise plant performance for optimisation purposes, and design engineers who require process simulation models to assess design alternatives.

This course provides training for those who wish to learn the principles of applying simulation to the design and optimisation of grinding and crushing circuits.

"Highly recommend for professional development for individuals starting off in industry, basic concepts with mass balancing and model fitting effectively explained by presenters. Online platform has greatly increased accessibility for site based personnel to participate in course." - Remote Course Participant, February 2021

Duration: 4 days
Course Delivery: Public course (custom in-house courses are also available on request)
Special Rates:

10% Discount is applicable for JKSimMet Maintenance Holders - contact us for details

Group rates available - contact us for details

For more information:

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 check our terms and conditions page.


+61 7 3365 5842

JKSimMet Training - Brisbane

18 May 2021 8:00am21 May 2021 5:00pm

JKSimMet Training - Remote (Spanish)

7 September 2021 8:00am10 September 2021 2:00pm
Remote delivery in Spanish. Please note dates and times show for this course are in AEST.

JKSimMet Training - Perth

12 October 2021 8:00am15 October 2021 5:00pm