The Energy and Minerals Institute (EMI) supports professional development opportunities delivered by the University of Western Australia. Experts in their respective fields deliver a wide range of short courses, designed for professionals in the workplace who want to enhance their skills in the resources sector.
Ongoing consultation between UWA and industry assists educators in designing relevant course content that reflects our fast-paced world with its new technologies and changing social, economic and environmental parameters.
EMI is well-placed to connect (energy and resources) industry training needs to relevant expertise residing within UWA across disciplines. For further information contact Jill Stajduhar
While UWA's undergraduate degree courses offer breadth as well as depth leading to many study and career options, professional qualifications (such as an engineering degree) are offered at UWA at postgraduate level, including:
- Master of Engineering in Oil and Gas (introduced in 2015)
- Master of Business Adminsitration which offers specialisation in Natural Resources, Leadership or General Management (1-year full-time. introduced in 2015)
- Graduate Diploma in Work Health and Safety
- Postgraduate courses in Mining & Energy Law, Commercial and Resources Law, Chinese Business Law , other relevant postgraduate law programs, and an International Oil & Gas Law workshop (continuing professional development),
In addition, a number of resources-related Master of Business Administration units are available on a not-for degree basis (conditions apply).