Continuing Education (CE) is a way professionals maintain, improve and update their skills in their practicing fields. It is also a way for learning new skills, becoming familiar with other fields of practice and broadening over-all base of knowledge. Some PE and PS Boards require a certain minimum CE level for continuing licensure.
Since 2003, Alpha Engineering Services has provided opportunities for CE for professionals and others through seminars in different topics including Mine Law and Regulations, Mine Ventilation and Mine Surveying and Mapping. These seminars are prepared and presented:
- Through sponsoring organizations such as the WV Society of Professional Surveyors, Bridgemont College, or KY Society of Professional Surveyors
- For private companies to address specific requests, training and professional needs of their employees and staff
- For interested persons and professionals, Alpha Engineering Services schedules seminars at different locations and times. For additional information, please inquire below.
Next Scheduled Seminar Basic & Advanced Topics in Mine Ventilation
In Beckley, WV April 23 & 24, 2015
At the Beckley-Raleigh Co. Convention Center, Beckley, WV
In Evansville, IN May 13 & 14, 2015
At the Hilton Garden Inn, Evansville, IN
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The Basic Seminar is Vent 102: The Basics for introduction or refresher in the basics. This is a novice or beginner’s introduction to the basics of mine ventilation fundamentals and how they apply to real world practice. Most of the seminar is centered on the foundations of practical mine ventilation and introductions to ventilation planning and maintenance.
The Advanced Seminar is Vent 202: Planning and Practice. The focus is on the mine fan and how it is used, optimization, and common design problems. There will be brief discussion of the basics with emphasis on practices, methods and planning for mine ventilation systems development, second mining and gob ventilation. Agency plans and planning in general will be discussed.
The session will be in seminar style with lecture, discussion and case studies. The course is planned for 8 PDH credits each day. Each participant receives a certificate of attendance when completed.