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About EIT RM

EIT RawMaterials, initiated and funded by the EIT (European Institute of Innovation and Technology), a body of the European Union, is the largest consortium in the raw materials sector worldwide. Its vision is to develop raw materials into a major strength for Europe. Its mission is to enable sustainable competitiveness of the European minerals, metals and materials sector along the value chain by driving innovation, education and entrepreneurship.

EIT RM ProSchool has developed interesting courses for professionals. They will be piloted in universities and research institutions and LUT personnel is invited to participate in the pilot courses free of charge. Just open the link below and register for the course you are interested in and get new insights and a participant experience on an online course.

Course 1. Natural, social and economic forced shaping the mineral industry - how will the mineral industry evolve?

Course description


The mineral industry is subject to

  • its natural constraints – the characteristics of known and potential mineral deposits, the growing complexity and increased access difficulty to mineral and energy resources and, e.g. climate change
  • a wide variety of possible external shocks – e.g. war, commercial conflicts, financial crisis, pandemics and social clashes, and
  • the technological, economical and social trends – including political risk, global power shifts, market volatility, climate change, circular economy, the companies’ social responsibility and social license to operate, the world’s population demographic and available income growt

How will the mineral industry evolve subject to those forces and events? Rather than a traditional course, a collaborative workshop; rather than a presentation, a discussion – the course aims to involve the participants in discussions leading into insights of the future of the mineral industry.


Target Group


This course is reworked to be suitable for university staff. Normally the course’s intended audience includes professionals, managers, decision-makers and post-graduate students involved in the raw materials industry and interested in discussing and get an insight into future scenarios for the mineral industry:

  • Managers of financial institutions and funds
  • Potential investors in raw materials projects
  • Officials from government (local, state and federal) agencies and institutions
  • Media professionals covering the mineral industry
  • Graduate and post-graduate geology, mining, mineral processing and metallurgy students
  • Managers of mining and exploration companies

To register and get detailed information about the course, follow the link: https://courses.eitrawmaterials.eu/details.xhtml?vid=334&vidp=0&vp=J


The timings for the course: 4th, 5th, 11th, 12th and 17th November, from 14:00 - 15:30hrs CET.


Deadline for registration: 28 October 2020

Course 2. Creating Exploration Companies

Course description


Start Up Template will enable resource industry professionals maximise the value of their intellectual capital. This will be achieved by a practical exercise and creation of a joint Company or 'NewCo' with exposure to corporate processes to from a leadership or founder position. Ideas generated by technical people on the resources industry including exploration and or mining/processing concepts should be protected not only by patent if possible but by protecting the tenure of the idea.


Target Group

The course is normally for the following audience but this pilot course is reworked to be suitable for University staff:

  • Experienced industry professionals of larger companies seeking to pursue their own ideas
  • Junior industry professionals seeking to work in corporate or technical role
  • Government and or NGO officials seeking to understand the methodologies of the Junior Exploration Sector

To register and get detailed information about the course, follow the linkhttps://courses.eitrawmaterials.eu/details.xhtml?vid=336&vidp=0&vp=J


The timings for the course: 30th October, from 11:00 - 12:00hrs CET; 3rd, 4th November, 09:00 - 12:00hrs CET.


Deadline for registration: 27 October 2020

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