The company welcomed an engineering focus from Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy's "Brighter Futures" workshops for Clermont State High students, which focused on improving mining processes.
"These students are about to select their subjects for senior school and we are thrilled to be able to guide them if they are thinking about a career in the mining and resources industry," Dow said.
In a new teacher professional development workshop, participants discovered how to code and fly drones in an exercise based on the operations of a coal mine.
Students explored how drones are used for critical maintenance tasks on mining leases and applied their new skills to code an autonomous mission.
Teachers were also immersed in this world of programming, which enhances their ability to teach digital technologies within the classroom.
Meanwhile, about 50 students found out how science, technology engineering and maths subjects were used in mining, from exploration to export.
Assisting the students and teachers were Adani geographic information system designer Paul Hoogwerf and stakeholder engagement manager Tina Donovan.