Professional training for responsible mining

CEA MEM, Centre d'Excellence Africain Mines et environnement minier, member of the pan-African research network of excellence for responsible mining RAMR2D, publishes its catalog oftraining.

The Centre d'Excellence d'Afrique Mines et Environnement Minier (CEA-MEM) at the Institut National Polytechnique Félix HOUPHOUËT-BOIGNY (INP-HB), created in 2016, is a World Bank Center currently funded by L'Agence Française de Développement (AFD) that aims, among other things, to train quality human resources for the mining sector.

CEA-MEM offers short and medium-term vocational training courses covering the entire mine life cycle.

22 modules, organized around 4 main themes, are offered to mining players at all levels (professionals, students, artisanal miners, contractors, auditors, etc.):

  1. Applied geology and prospecting
  2. Optimizing the exploitation of deposits
  3. Mining environment
  4. Mining governance.

For further information, please contact :
>> Alphone YAO / Head of the CEA MEM Center of Excellence /
>> Patrice EBAH / RAMR2D network coordinator /