Confirmation of Enrolments:
Participants will receive a confirmation email upon successful enrolment. Receipts for payments will be attached to the confirmation letter. Payment is required within 7 working days of enrolment.
Please note that all international transaction fees and local tax withheld are the responsibility of the enrolling participant (or their company). Please ensure the transmitted payment will cover any such amount. Payment must accompany all enrolments. We accept the following credit cards: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Diners Club International
The total amount invoiced to the participant and/or company must be paid in full prior to course commencement date. The payment must be made in Australian dollars. Participants and/or company is liable for fees and taxes.
Cancellations of enrolment must be by email only (email@example.com). Refunds will apply as follows:
- More than 28 days before the course – Full refund
- 28 – 7 days before the course – Refund (less $500 administration charge)
- 7 days or less before the course or non-attendance – No refund (no exceptions)
An organisation may send an alternative participant if enrolment has been paid and the enrolled person is unable to attend due to unforeseen circumstances. In such cases, the course administration must be advised of the change via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) prior to the course commencement date. No changes are allowed once the course has commenced.
Only pre-enrolled, pre-paid participants will be guaranteed access to the course. Upon receipt of your enrolment and payment, AusIMM will send confirmation.
AusIMM member fee:
To qualify for the special fee of ‘AusIMM member’ as quoted on the enrolment form you must be a financial (paid) member. AusIMM 2020 membership fees were due by 1 January 2020. Non-member enrolment fees apply to all non-members and non-financial AusIMM members.
Please note that all enrolled participants may have their name, position, company and email address shown within the online course platform.
AusIMM reserves the right to change the intake schedule or to cancel or postpone the course if minimum numbers are not met.
Throughout the course the participant must provide all answers in English. This includes the learning activities in all modules and the final assignment. Please note all final assignments are kept on file. Any participant caught plagiarising another person’s (past or current) final assignment will receive zero. Where necessary, referencing the JORC Code and other course materials is acceptable.
The pass rate for the final assignment is 60% and 100% completion of all course modules.
For final assignment grades between 50% and 60%, participants will be offered a chance to re-submit the assignment within a one-week period, provided all modules have been completed.
Refunds are not available if the participant fails to reach a passing grade.
Participants who fail to reach a passing grade are not eligible to receive a Professional Certificate in JORC Code Reporting.