On Friday april 12th, in the framework of Cesco Week 2013, the Innovum area of Fundación Chile will develop the seminar “Talent for the mining industry, a global challenge”, that have as objective to know the regional and global reality in relation to the Human Capital demand of the mining sector, how it face the challenge of attracting and forming the human capital that will request, and to make known the way how Chile its organizing to face the human capital challenges in this area.
The seminar is addressed to the mining industry executives and relevant stakeholders, specially related to the attraction and training of human capital for the mining sector.
INNOVUM is an expert center in the in the management and development of human capital in Chile, which objective is to contribute to increase the competitiveness and productivity in leading institutions and companies, through the implementation of high impact innovative systems in the management and develop of persons.
The Center for Copper and Mining Studies, CESCO, is an independent, non-profit organization created in Santiago in 1984. Its mission is to contribute to the design and debate of public policies which foster the best use of the mining industry’s potential for the development of the national economies of mineral producing countries, with a special focus on Chile.
Throughout its history, CESCO has positioned itself as a meeting place for diverse sectors interested in mining –business, academia, policymakers and professionals– to promote ideas and discuss criteria about public policies related to economic and mining activities.