AIM Access offers impactful training at scale with subscription access to short courses delivered on campus, online, and through virtual classrooms.

In a world where significant change is the only constant, the skills we need to perform our jobs are always evolving. So much so that latest research shows that 19% of the average Australian’s skillset will be totally obsolete within just three years. With this constant need for upskilling and development, organisations are struggling, manager quality is stagnating, and employee performance is decreasing by 8%*

AIM Access is here to solve this need, providing the highest quality of learning across all the core functions that organisations require expertise in to thrive. With access to this subscription service, your staff are able to acquire the training they need, exactly when and where they need it. 

19% of the average Australian’s skillset will be totally obsolete within just three years.

of the average Australian’s skillset will be totally obsolete within just three years.

*Source: Gartner, How to Use Analytics to Predict Skill Needs, 2019

72% of Australian employees are not satisfied with the development opportunities at their organisation<br />

of Australian employees are not satisfied with the development opportunities at their organisation.

Source: Gartner Global Talent Monitor, Q4 2017

The amount a disengaged employee costs as they lose interest in their job and start looking elsewhere.

The amount a disengaged employee costs as they lose interest in their job and start looking elsewhere.

Source: SHRM

50% - 250%<br />
Replacing staff costs anywhere from 50% to 250% of their annual salary. That’s just the dollars—consider also the wider business impacts of corporate brain drain and team stability.

Replacing staff costs anywhere from 50% to 250% of their annual salary. Consider also the wider business impacts of corporate brain drain and team stability.

Source: Gallup

Introducing AIM Access

AIM Access is revolutionising the corporate learning sphere by providing personalised and meaningful development scale through an affordable subscription model. With a single low monthly fee, gain access to AIM’s full suite of short courses, which can be delivered fully online, through virtual classrooms, and face-to-face at six campuses located conveniently in major cities across Australia.

100+ short courses focused on the critical skills your team need

Short Courses focused on the critical skills your team need to thrive in the future of work.

6 Campuses across Australia providing unrivalled access for geographically dispersed teams

Campuses across Australia providing unrivalled access for geographically dispersed teams.

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High quality courses to ensure your team gets the best outcomes to take back to the workplace

High quality courses to ensure your team gets the best outcomes to take back to the workplace.

40+ Courses available for study online or through virtual classrooms to ensure your staff can receive premier training how and when best suits them.

Courses available for study online or through virtual classrooms to ensure your staff can receive premier training how and when best suits them.

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