GeoProMining conducts training for Agarak copper-molybdenum mine complex employees

Posted on Aug 3, 2011 in Company news, News and Press releases

3 August 2011, Yerevan

GeoProMining (“GPM” or “the Company”), a diversified international mining group, announces the completion of a two-month training for engineers and technicians at the Agarak Copper-Molybdenum Mining Complex.

The professional development course consisted of two modules: “mining” and “ore enrichment”. GeoProMining invited instructors from the Karanskiy branch of the Armenian State Engineering University to conduct the lectures. Tewnty-four employees from the Agarak Complex’s mining division and enrichment plant attended the course, and successfully passed qualification exams upon completion.

GeoProMining regularly offers employee training programs on subjects relevant to the mining industry. This helps employees to develop professional skills that they apply in their work at the Agarak Mining Complex.

GPM is committed to employee training, and conducts similar professional courses at all of the Company’s operating companies. Professional development is especially important because many of GPM’s operational units, including Agarak, are the largest employers in the cities where they are located.

Operating company management work with their human resource departments to offer professional trainings that are in line with the companies’ operational needs, and ensure that materials and facilities required for effective training programs are available.

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Notes to editors

GeoProMining, founded in 2001, is an international, privately held company with a diversified base of metals assets.  Its production capacities include Dore gold bars, as well as copper, molybdenum and antimony concentrates.  GeoProMining engages in mining activities in Armenia, Georgia and the Russian Federation.