Guyanese to be trained for Guyana Goldfields underground operations

- company may help set up GGMC’s mining school

A combination of local and overseas training and recruitment of trained personnel in the diaspora could see Guyanese occupying high-level operational positions in the production phase of the multi-million-dollar Guyana Goldfields, Chief Executive Officer Patrick Sheridan has told Stabroek Business.

“We have a mine plan and initial underground exploration will be led by expatriates, primarily Canadian underground mining contractors. Over time,  we envisage that as the skills get transferred to locals,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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