To equip participants with knowledge and tools to manage extractive industry impacts on communities and to monitor and report on these impacts.
To appreciate the role of integration and engagement throughout the management and monitoring process.
Overview of a management system and its application to extractive-related impacts on communities.
Integration and engagement in management and monitoring.
Key standards and guidelines for management and monitoring of impacts within the extractive industry.
Mitigation of extractive-related impacts on communities (land take and displacement, local content, artisanal small -scale mining and mine closure).
Developing social management and monitoring plans.
The relationship between organisational structure and culture and management responses
Monitoring indicators and approaches.
Reporting and accountability.
Strategies to sustain personal wellbeing in the management and monitoring of complex community issues.
Case studies in the management and monitoring of extractive-related impacts on communities.
Apply a general management systems approach incorporating integration and engagement.
Prepare an appropriate social management and monitoring plan.
Explain the relevance of standards and guidelines for management and monitoring.
Develop strategies to sustain personal wellbeing in the management and monitoring of complex community issues.
Portfolio of Learning (100%)
Number of Notional Study Hours: 100
The University regards this as NQF Level 6 and 10 CPD Points
The following are minimum entry requirements for admission onto the short course: