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AirFinders offers Continuing Education and Industrial Training Ventilation Courses on a regular basis (all courses are offered at the mine site).

We can train your in-house talent to learn the necessary skills on the job, help build in-house expertise and stay current with developments in the industry.

A typical course is conducted at the mine site requiring a day of theory and one or two days of practical hands on work with the instructor.

Customized Ventilation Training
We work with you to develop targeted technical training based on your specific requirements. Aimed at practicing professionals interested in mine ventilation, we will work with you to custom tailor an on-site ventilation training program that integrates mine planning, development and production with ventilation requirements. Talk to us and create a personalized in-person course for your needs.

The following courses are currently offered:

If you have any questions or require any additional information about our training program, please contact AirFinders.

Past course participants include:

  • ABC Ventilation Systems
  • Accutron Instruments Inc.
  • Agnico Eagle Mines (Macassa Mine)
  • Agrium Inc. (Vanscoy Potash Operations)
  • Alamos Gold (Young-Davidson Mine, Island Gold Mine)
  • American Rock Salt (Hampton Corners Mine)
  • Armistice Resources Corp.
  • Atlas Copco Mining and Rock Excavation
  • Aurico Gold Inc.
  • Barrick Gold Corporation (Hemlo Operations, David Bell Mine, Williams Mine)
  • Battle Mountain Canada Ltd.
  • BBE Consulting South Africa
  • Brigus Gold
  • Cameco Corporation (Cigar Lake Mine, McArthur River Operation, Rabbit Lake Operation)
  • Canadian Gypsum Company
  • Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
  • CANMET
  • Cementation Canada
  • CMAC-Thyssen Mining Group Inc.
  • Compass Minerals
  • DMT Group
  • Dumas Contracting
  • Echo Bay Mines (Lupin Operation)
  • EDC Mining Ltd
  • First Nickel Inc.
  • FNX Mining Company
  • GPlus Plastics
  • GE Global Research
  • Glencore Canada (Kidd Operations)
  • Goldcorp Inc. (Musselwhite Mine, Porcupine Mine, Red Lake Gold Mine)
  • Hatch Ltd.
  • Hokudai University (Japan)
  • Howden Ventilation
  • Hudson Bay Mining & Smelting
  • Hyperflo
  • Impala Canada
  • JS Redpath
  • Kirkland Lake Gold Inc. (Macassa Mine)
  • KGHM International
  • KGHM Sudbury
  • Lac des Iles Mines Ltd
  • Lakeshore Gold Corp. (Bell Creek Mine, Timmins West)
  • McEwen Mining (Black Fox Mine)
  • Maestro Digital Mine
  • Mecanicad Inc.
  • Ministry of Labour (Ontario and Saskatchewan)
  • Mirarco Mining Innovation
  • Mosaic (Esterhazy K1, K2 and K3 Mines, Colonsay Mine)
  • New Gold Inc.
  • Newmont Canada Limited (Borden Mine, Porcupine Gold, Golden Giant Mine)
  • NORCAT Sudbury
  • Northgate Minerals Corporation
  • North American Palladium / Impala Canada (Lac De Iles Mine)
  • Norvent Ventilation
  • Nuclear Waste Management Organization
  • Optis Engineering
  • Pan American Silver (Bell Creek Mine)
  • Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan / Nutrien (Allan Division, Cory Division, Lanigan Division, Rocanville Division, New Brunswick Division)
  • Primero Gold Canada (Black Fox Mine)
  • Protan AS
  • Provincial Doors Inc.
  • Quadra FNX Mining
  • Richmont Mines Inc.
  • Rio Tinto (Diavik Mine)
  • Rocvent Mine & Tunnel Ventilation
  • Saskatchewan Polytechnic
  • Schauenburg Industries Inc.
  • Sifto Canada Corp.
  • Silver Lake Resources (Harte Gold) (Sugar Zone Mine)
  • St. Andrew Goldfields
  • Sudbury Glencore Integrated Nickel Operations
  • Synergy Controls Corporation
  • Tahoe Canada (Timmins West Mine)
  • Technica Mining
  • Tetra Tech Wardrop Engineering Inc.
  • Thyssen Mining Construction of Canada Ltd.
  • Vale Canada (Thompson Division, Sudbury Division)
  • Wardrop (Saskatoon, Sudbury, Thunder Bay, Toronto, Vancouver)
  • Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. (Eagle River Mine)
  • Williams Operating Corporation (Williams Mine)
  • Wood PLC
  • Workplace Safety North
  • Xstrata (Kidd Mine)
  • Xstrata Nickel Sudbury