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The Mining Industry Human Resource Council's is hoping to better position students to secure employment opportunities within the mining industry after graduation. This week's Blog takes a look at the experiences of students, professors, and research assistants involved in work-integrated learning (WIL) through MiHR's Gearing Up program.

The future of mining: MiHR talks employment | Mining & Energy

The Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) has some good news. Its 2017 Canadian Mining Labour Market Outlook report indicates that the mining industry currently employs approximately 190,000 people and will need to recruit roughly 90,000 new entrants to the industry over the next decade to meet existing demand.

Report: Is Canada's mining industry facing a labor ...

"MiHR's research demonstrates the immediate need for governments, educators and employers to work together to address the major human resource challenges facing Canada's mining industry." The report also highlighted the need for the mining industry's outdated perception to change. - A Career in Mining is More Than You Think

About MiHR. The Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) drives collaboration among mining and exploration companies, organized labour, contractors, educational institutions, industry associations and Indigenous groups, to identify opportunities and ultimately address the human resource and labour market challenges facing the Canadian minerals and metals sector.

Gearing Up by MIHR -

Developing Mining Talent Through Work-Integrated Learning Thanks in part to funding through the Government of Canada's Student Work Placement Program, the Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) established the Gearing Up program to deliver 850 new work-integrated learning (WIL) positions in mining over four years.


n late 2007 the Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) began work on developing a pan-Canadian labour market information and analysis system for the Mining Industry known as the Mining Industry Workforce Intelligence Network (MIWIN). MiHR will identify potential areas of collaboration between provincial/ter-

Ryan Montpellier - Executive Director - MiHR Council ...

Executive Director of the Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR). Innovative and modern executive, change agent and consensus builder with a strong academic foundation. Acknowledged nationally and internationally for significant accomplishments in helping identify and address HR / labour market challenges in Canada's mining industry.

Strengthening the Mining Industry Labour Market

The Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) is the national human resource and labour market council for Canada's minerals and metals sector. It is the catalyst that drives collaboration among industry stakeholders to understand labour market trends, identify opportunities and develop solutions to mining's human resource challenges ...

CMCP Landing · Custom Portal

The CMCP Site is the industry-standard for validating the skills, knowledge, and experience of workers in the mining sector.It honours individual mine workers who have demonstrated their competencies and expertise by meeting the National Occupational Standards established for the Canadian mining industry.

Down with the kids: can mining ever be cool? - Mine ...

According to a 2018 labour report by the Mining Industry Human Resources (MiHR) Council in Canada, the country's mining industry will need to hire roughly 97,450 workers over the next 10 years (2019 to 2029). These new hires are required to replace retirees, the number of which is expected to increase in the coming years.

Canadian Organizations -

Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) MiHR is the council for the Canadian minerals and metals industry. A recognized leader in the development and implementation of national human resources solutions, MiHR contributes to the strength, competitiveness, and sustainability of the Canadian mining sector.

Mining Essentials · Custom Portal

Mining Essentials provides industry-validated training delivered in partnership with employers, educators and communities to create employment opportunities. ... Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) 50 Frank Nighbor Place, Unit 105 Kanata, ON K2V 1B9 (613) 270-9696.

mihr - French translation – Linguee

MiHR estimates in its Canadian Mining Industry Employment and Hiring Forecasts 2010 report (see the full report at ) that the [...] sector will need to hire 10,000 new workers per year for the next decade to satisfy replacement needs and fill new positions-in effect, to meet the industry's baseline production targets.

Mining industry in need of transformation -

One part of the mining industry which is most in need to adopt new strategies is in its human resources (HR) practices. There is an 'exodus' of workers leaving in the next decade due to retirement, says Ryan Montpellier, executive director of Canada's Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR). In Canada alone, MiHR estimates

Mentorship Program | WIM/WiN-SK

Women in Mining and Women in Nuclear Saskatchewan Inc. (WIM/WiN-SK) are pleased to have partnered with the International Minerals Innovation Institute (IMII), Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR), Everwise and the Saskatchewan Mining Association (SMA) to create an effective, proven, and structured mentorship program for our members and their companies.

About MiHR | Mining Industry Human Resources Council

The Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) is a national, not-for-profit organization that identifies opportunities and addresses the human resource and labour market challenges within the Canadian minerals and metals sector.

MiHR's Innovation Luncheon | event | Montréal

The Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) and CIM invite you to participate in a workshop aimed at strengthening our understanding of innovation and automation and the potential future impact on occupations and skills in the mining industry.

HR Opportunities | Mining Industry NL

Mining provides interesting and rewarding career opportunities throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. Even more positions will be available in the coming years as the industry expands and its relatively older workforce retires. Visit the Mining Industry Human Resource Council (MiHR) for more valuable information on careers in the mining sector.

MiHR, The Canadian Business Journal

The MiHR tackled the perception issue, and were successful in turning more people on to the mining industry, including young people, through info packs sent …