The Prospect Awards will return to in-person proceedings this year, after pandemic restrictions hampered the event in 2020. The Prospects are the most esteemed and prestigious awards in the Australian mining and minerals processing industry.
Since 2004, the Australian Mining Prospect Awards have been the only national awards program to stop, take a look at what the mining industry is doing, and reward those who are excelling and going above and beyond, recognising and rewarding innovation.
Nominations for the awards are free and must be submitted by August 20 to recognise companies and sites from across Australia.
Join us for an evening of celebration as we acknowledge the collective success of the industry.
AusIMM’s New Leaders Conference returns in September 2021 providing young mining professionals with an exclusive opportunity to learn from, and engage with renowned mining leaders.
Delivered in person and online, this outstanding conference provides access to engaging presentations and discussions on topics and issues impacting young professionals based on the thought-provoking theme, ‘Champions of Change’.
Topics explored during the conference include leadership growth and development, diversity and inclusion, social and environmental impacts, safety leadership and mental health, and technology trends.
Join delegates from around the world to hear from leading global experts, participate in robust discussions, see the latest mining innovations, and meet with speakers and peers at networking events.
The New Leaders Conference will take place from September 28-29, 2021.
Following successful Lithium and Battery Metals Conferences in 2018, 2019 and 2020, AusIMM will host another future-focused event over two days to showcase the latest industry efforts to expand lithium’s market presence.
Perth’s Murdoch University will see over 200 industry professionals come together to discuss the potential for lithium and associated metals to advance the global electrification process, and the impact of COVID-19 on global commodities.
Keynote speakers will include Ken Brinsden from Pilbara Minerals, which continues to run the Pilgangoora lithium operation to its peak; Matt Dusci from IGO, which recently joined the Electric Mine Consortium; and chief executive officer at the Minerals Research Institute of Western Australia, Nicole Roocke.
The Lithium Battery and Energy Metals Conference 2021 will take place from September 1-2.