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Leapfrog Geo Advanced – Geological and Numeric Modeling -Remote
5 October 2020 @ 8:30 am to 8 October 2020 @ 12:30 pm BST
Looking to take your Leapfrog Geo skills to the next level? Join us in this instructor-led remote course geared towards existing Leapfrog Geo users.
We’ll take you beyond the modelling basics to further your knowledge of vein modelling and surface editing techniques, allowing you to have full control over your Leapfrog surfaces and volumes, as well as covering our numeric data analysis tools (graphs and statistics) and different numeric modelling possibilities within Leapfrog, to maximise the value of your numeric data.
This course also includes data and model management and collaboration with Central, and model sharing and communication with View.
This course will be delivered as 4-hour sessions run over the course of 4 days (4 x 4hr = 16 hr total).
To make the most of this course, please ensure you have a stable internet connection, and a secondary screen is highly recommended.
To ensure a quality training experience for all participants, courses are capped at 6 attendees.
Once the registration limit is reached, additional registrants will be added to a waitlist and notified if a spot becomes available.
James Edwards, Senior Project Geologist at Seequent.
James is a geologist with over ten years’ experience in industry, primarily in mineral exploration and resource estimation.
He started his career exploring epithermal and porphyry systems through Turkey, before moving to Namibia to work on VMS systems. He spent several years in Australia in the Iron ore sector including a stint as a resource geologist before returning to the UK.
His experience in the field has ranged from green fields through to resource definition work in production environments. This has led to a wealth of knowledge in exploration techniques and modelling different mineralisation systems. James joined Seequent in 2019.
He is an expert Leapfrog user and in his current role as a Senior Project Geologist he is involved with training, developing specific workflows through project assistance and providing technical support to users across Europe, Middle East and Africa.