Our training courses are designed for all levels of mining professionals, from Geologists and Engineers through to Technical and Project Managers. Whether you’re an experienced user or just starting out in your career, Dassault Systèmes GEOVIA training enables you to develop in-demand skills to save you time and money, and get the most out of your GEOVIA applications.
Types of Training:
We conduct Classroom Training at Dassault Systèmes offices worldwide. Please contact your local office at one of the email addresses below, or check out the available Course Catalog for training topics and outlines.
Customized or Onsite Training
We also offer onsite training for our customers, tailored to your specific needs and conducted by our experienced trainers. In addition, we also provide project assistance and geology, engineering, planning and operational support services through our Centers of Excellence. To arrange a specific time, date and topic tailored to your organization, please contact us at one of the email addresses listed below.
Asia Pacific: GEOVIA.AP.Training@3ds.com
North America: GEOVIA.NAM.Training@3ds.com
Latin America: GEOVIA.LATAM.Training@3ds.com
Europe, Middle East and North Africa: GEOVIA.EU.Training@3ds.com
South Africa: GEOVIA.Africa.Services@3ds.com
I recently attended a Whittle Strategic Mine Planning course in Perth and am glad I did... It's the best strategic mine planning course I've attended so far. GEOVIA Whittle is easy to learn, easy to use and easy to teach to students in my unit (Hard Rock Mine Design & Feasibility). With the help of technical discussions during training, learning the software became very easy and logical."
I attended a recent Surpac Geostatistics course and found it well-structured with great content. Over the course of three days, I learned techniques and shortcuts that I have already put to good use on the job such as statistical analysis of data and variogram modeling. The usage of real-world data was particularly useful as it helped to give me a practical understanding of how the advanced geostatistical modeling techniques could be used in day to day grade control processes. I would recommend this course to other geologists interested in geostatistics, grade control reconciliation and resource modeling