Mining Engineer CDR Sample

Mining Engineer CDR Sample

The author of this Competency Demonstration Report is a professional and experienced Mining Engineer. The three episodes describe duties and responsibilities in positions held during over 7 years of work experience in the field of Mining Engineering in world’s leader companies. This CDR was successfully approved by IEAust at 2010.

The structure of this Mining Engineer CDR is very clear; the author makes use in the sentences from Competency Elements from the Migration Skills Assessment booklet, and these are underlined in the text. This makes adaptation of the CDR sample to your own CDR very easy and straightforward.

Before each episode there is a brief explanation of the responsibilities taken in the position described in the episode.

The CDR can be purchased in full (recommended, and a discount of 12% is given when purchasing the complete CDR sample). Having the complete report will provide the overall picture of the work scope. When payment is received the relevant document will be emailed to you in “Word” format within 2 days.

Complete Mining Engineer CDR

Purchase the complete CDR including three Career Episodes, Summary Statement, and Continuing Professional Development. Purchasing the complete report is highly recommended, for better understanding of the complete work scope of writing of the Competency Demonstration Report.

Episode 1: Mine Dispatch Engineer

In this career episode the author describes his employment as Mine Dispatch Engineer in one of the biggest world’s copper mines. His main responsibility in this position was to implement the intelligent truck dispatch system to improve the productivity of the company. The author has successfully achieved this target at short time and this Career Episode describes his work in details. Besides, author’s duties included:

  • Definition the installation schedule
  • Train mine production, planning, geology and maintenance personnel
  • Implementation of all the Safety Work Procedures

Episode 2: Mining Engineer

In this career episode the author describes his employment as Mining Engineer in a world leader manufacturer (An open-cut mine) of raw materials for smelter industry. In this position his main duties included:

  • Maximize the mine production and process improvements
  • Optimisation of ore milling
  • Identify, assess and control risks to health, safety and environment

Episode 3: Mine Planning Engineer

In this position the main author’s duties were to develop short-term mine planning solutions to ensure high quality repeatable safety, production and cost outputs by coordinating operational mine designs, scheduling mine equipment, strengthening safety work procedures and continuous introducing of improvements.

Summary Statement

In this summary statement all of the competency elements required for Professional Engineer are presented. There are cross references in the summary statement to the relevant paragraph of the episodes, as explained in the Engineers Australia migration skills assessment booklet. The Summary Statement is in complete accordance with the today’s requirements of the Engineers Australia.

Continuing Professional Development

Includes professional courses, non professional courses and private study.