A new mobile app in development by the Institute of Quarrying (IQ) has been released early, to enable members to connect digitally with valuable online educational resources during self-isolation and social distancing.
In order to strengthen its industry renowned educational programme and ensure continuity of learning during these challenging months, EPC-UK – the country’s leading blast services specialist - is introducing ‘Lifelong Learning Live’ online webinar courses to its training portfolio.
The Coronavirus continues to affect us in ways we couldn’t have imagined. For anyone who may have been affected either directly or indirectly, the Institute of Quarrying (IQ) reminds members of a fund set up to support them and their dependents in times of difficulty.
Through this difficult time, our primary concern is to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of you as members and for those around you.
The Institute of Quarrying outlines its Coronavirus contingency plans and it's support for members.
Over 100 applications, six hours of judging and four regional ceremonies later, the national finalists of the Institute of Quarrying (IQ) Excellence Awards have been revealed.
With each regional winner automatically put forward to compete for the overall title in each category, it’s now all eyes on Hillhead, the biggest quarrying exhibition of its kind in the world. The finalists will find out their fate at the awards dinner on 24 June at Devonshire Dome in the heart of Buxton.
The Institute of Quarrying’s (IQ) study guide ‘Crushing and Screening’ has been comprehensively updated with new content and imagery, as well as expert advice from leading industry professionals.
Regional winners from the South & Wales Institute of Quarrying (IQ) Excellence Awards have been revealed, with all eyes now on the National Finals ceremony at Hillhead 2020.
Individuals, teams and projects from across the mineral products sector in Scotland have received industry recognition at the regional IQ Excellence Awards.