Corporate Programs

 

CSM helps organizations worldwide provide education and training to their employees. Mines faculty’s expertise can be deployed anywhere in the world. Utilize one of our current offerings, or we can custom design a program for your company’s needs. Current offerings in place include

 

Short Courses

Short courses provide concentrated instruction in specialized areas and are typically taught by one individual or a small cadre of highly trained professionals. Most courses are taught by CSM faculty members. Several offerings are taught by independent consultants and other professionals, thus bringing to the program specialized industrial knowledge and skills.

 

Energy, Mining and Construction Industry Safety

CSM's Energy, Mining and Construction Industry Safety program (EMCIS) develops training materials and offers Mine Safety and Health Administration certification courses (MSHA) and hands-on training for  industry and first-responders from throughout the U.S.

 

International Institute for Professional Advancement (IIPA)

The mission of the IIPA is to provide high quality educational programs in the areas of energy, minerals, materials, and the environment to working professionals throughout the world.

 

Energy and Minerals Field Institute (EMFI)

Founded in 1978, the EMFI designs and conducts programs to familiarize selected audiences with the realities of resource development in the Western United States. The Institute conducts field programs that take participants to energy and mineral production sites, processing facilities, impacted communities, and related resource developments.

 

Recruiting

Employers with entry-level positions for Mines students or recent graduates are asked to contact the CSM Career Center or email jean.manning-clark@is.mines.edu.

Employers with positions requiring more than two years of experience are invited to use the Alumni Job Center, or email nancy.webb@is.mines.edu.

 

 

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