"Learning with AIM is so practical and relevant to what I’m doing at work on a day-to-day basis."
Leveraging 75 years of excellence in leadership and management education, we’re the ideal partner for your career or organisation.
AIM Education & Training is the trusted career partner of Australian leaders and managers at every stage of their career journey. Every year, 20,000 professionals take part in over 80 training programs and study towards any one of 8 Vocational Qualifications in locations across Australia. As a preferred training provider to more than 500 Australian companies, our programs have been developed to deliver the vital knowledge and skills that Australian leaders and managers need for success. When it comes to providing practical and flexible professional development, our programs are based on real-world application so you can get immediate value from your learning.
OUR AREAS OF EXPERTISE
AIM’s range of Short Courses and Qualifications cover a significant breadth and depth of knowledge, allowing people of all disciplines to take advantage of our industry-leading training to not only thrive today, but to seize the future.
It’s rare for any workplace action to not involve communication of some kind, which is why the best professionals always communicate clearly, concisely, and convincingly.
In the digital era, marketing has been fundamentally disrupted and empowered, making the learning of this new skillset vital across all industries and sectors.
There is no element of a business with greater potential for determining organisational success than its staff, which is why human resources is such a vital function to develop.
Being a leader is not just an impressive title or the biggest office; it’s a complex and difficult role that only rewards those individuals willing to put in the correct effort.
Organisations live and die by their ability to plan, practice, and complete projects of all magnitudes in a manner that is effective, efficient, and replicable.
To adequately face the many complex challenges of the public sector, individuals require an intimate understanding of the overlapping functions of their organisation.