Located at Level 2, 83 Currie Street, the AIM Adelaide campus is near a multitude of public transport and parking options.
AIM's wheelchair accessible campus is home to welcoming and friendly staff members who are always at hand to support our students with any queries they may have.
Featuring state-of-the-art flat screens, comfortable leather chairs, fast, wireless broadband, a relaxing lounge area and refreshments, our learning environment reflects the high standards that AIM is renowned for.
At AIM, we ensure our students have a place to call home away from their work commitments.
Monday: 8:30am – 5pm
Tuesday: 8:30am – 5pm
Wednesday: 8:30am – 5pm
Thursday: 8:30am – 5pm
Friday: 8:30am – 5pm
U Park Light Square
22/140 Currie St
Wilson Parking Hindley Street
30 Hindley St
U Park at Topham Mall
52/54 Waymouth St
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.
To be a business manager in today’s environment demands a varied, versatile, and practiced skillset, across a myriad of domains, such as finance and personnel leadership.
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.
Every person at some point in their career will need to interpret, discuss, or report on economics, so developing financial knowledge is crucial for personal success.
Success means nothing if you’re not there to enjoy it. By committing effort into supporting your health and wellness, you position yourself for a long and happy life.
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.
Professional development is not about being the best; it’s about being the best you that you can be. Hone your personal skillset and take command of your career trajectory.
To adequately face the many complex challenges of the public sector, individuals require an intimate understanding of the overlapping functions of their organisation.
Today’s average consumer is well-informed and prefers self-service, so a modern salesperson must be able to recognise and address the specific needs of their client.