In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Week (10-16 May), the Institute of Quarrying (IQ) is reminding members of the mental health and wellbeing support services that are available.
In an effort to tackle loneliness in lockdown, the Institute of Quarrying Benevolent Fund (IQBF) has launched a series of virtual coffee morning events.
Eight of the best geology students in the UK have received recognition for their hard work and commitment to learning from the Institute of Quarrying (IQ), the membership organisation responsible for setting professional standards in the mineral extractives industries.
IQBF is encouraging us not to talk about what we can’t do during lockdown but to think about what we can do! Here is some inspiration to keeping children occupied during half-term, particularly when the weather is on the chilly side.
One of the mineral extractives industry’s longest-serving professionals and fellow of the Institute of Quarrying (IQ) has been recognised in the New Year’s Honours 2021 List.
Short days and the colder weather mean many of us struggle with our health and wellbeing during the darker winter period. Its also a time when colds and flu are more virulent which contributes to our low energy levels and general feelings of running low.
The recent successful IQ and IAT Digital Health & Safety Conference provided the perfect opportunity for the Institute of Quarrying (IQ) to test a new CPD recording facility.
Mineral extractives professionals in the Middle East are the first cohort of students to complete the Level 3 Certificate in Leadership and Management (ILM) from the Institute of Quarrying (IQ).