The International Network of Raw Materials Training Centres (INTERMIN) Project is a European Union H2020 funded research project. The INTERMIN creates a self-sustainable long-term lasting global network of training centres for students and professionals in the primary and secondary raw materials sector. This project involves educational and research institutions in the EU and the leading counterparts in third countries. INTERMIN has identified the key knowledge gaps, emerging needs in education & training by establishing common training programmes in the raw materials sector, and has developed the roadmap for improving skills and knowledge.

The INTERMIN Project will publicly present its final outputs and achievements of the last three years during the Online Final Conference that will take place on 22 June 2021 via the GoToMeeting platform organised by the Project Lead Partner, Geological Survey of Spain (IGME).

In session 1: The INTERMIN will present the outcomes of the project followed by keynote presentations given by the project representatives of INTERMIN related EU H2020 funded projects. Upon this, it will be followed by a stakeholder’s debate.

In session 2: The INTERMIN brings together the mineral raw materials community and aims to present the current status of the training and education in raw materials in the world and the evolution of skills and competencies in the raw materials sector. To this purpose, four high-level invited speakers from Africa, Asia, North America and Latin America will provide their perspectives of education and training in raw materials.

The webinar is free and open to all who are interested to attend. Join the virtual workshop, here:

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