In this 19-part self-paced video series you will learn:
- about the components of the Surpac interface, and how to customise them to your needs
- about the structure and use of Surpac’s data types (e.g. string files, DTMs)
- how to use the graphics environment to display, create and modify string and DTM data
- how to report volumes of DTM surfaces and solid models (wireframes)
- how to create contours from DTM surfaces
- how to work with and display data in a geological database
- how to create and use planes
- how to create and use macros
These concepts are reinforced through a large number of practical activities, all of which involve using Surpac on a real-life data set.
The modules have been developed by our Surpac expert Rowdy Bristol:
Rowdy Bristol BSc (Construction Engineering), AAS (Land Surveying), MSc (Geological Engineering/Geostatistics), Post Grad Dip Computing
Rowdy is a geologist, engineer, and surveyor with postgraduate qualifications in geostatistics, and computing. Rowdy has more than 20 years’ worldwide experience in the mining industry, and four years’ experience working for a mining consultancy in the United States. Rowdy holds degrees in Geology, Surveying and Engineering, and has worked as a mine geologist, engineer, and surveyor. He has trained geologists, engineers, and surveyors in the use of Surpac Software at underground and open pit mines covering all major commodities. Rowdy’s skills are in resource evaluation, geostatistics, training, mine geology, engineering, and surveying.
Please use this LINK for more details about the training modules and how to purchase.