The American Society of Appraisers (ASA) will offer its popular mining valuation course to be held October 1-3, 2014 in Tucson, AZ.
ASA’s popular ME214: Identification and Appraisal of Mining and Mineral Processing Equipment course is an advanced level course that covers how to assess and value mining and milling equipment, an overview of mines and extraction techniques; a review of hard rock mineral processing, coal processing and other equipment; and insight on identifying specific equipment along with their function and values.
It is designed for appraisers who specialize in the mining industry and professionals looking to learn more about this unique specialty. Many attendees are repeat students, who look to the class to provide important technical updates and valuable networking opportunities. The course is growing into a must-attend for those in this unique specialty.
A special tour to the Mission open-pit copper mine and The South Mill has been scheduled.
Course instruction will be provided by Alan C. Iannacito, FASA, a designated member of the Society for more than 35 years and Allan K. Bowles, PE, Mining Engineer, both of whom are principals of Littleton, Co based ACI Associates, Inc.
Course qualifies for 30 hours of ASA continuing education credits.
Hilton Tucson East
7600 East Broadway, Tucson, AZ, 85710
A limited number of hotel sleeping rooms have been reserved. To book your room at the special rate please reference ASA when you make your reservation. Availability is based on a first come first served basis. *Not including tax/ svc charges. Book your hotel at www.hilton.com/Tucson.
Early registration pricing through September 1, 2014. To register or more information visit ASA online at www.appraisers.org or call (800) 272-8258.
View recent blog post, flyer and previous course photos.