Make a change now to prepare yourself for the workforce of tomorrow.

Rapid change from digital disruption, rising automation, advanced robotics and artificial intelligence is transforming not only the world we live in, but the skills we need to thrive professionally. In such a rapidly shifting landscape, the technical skills we learn one year may be obsolete the next.

According to the World Economic Forum, the top skills that organisations will need in as little as two years’ time are soft skills that promote agility, adaptability and uniquely human traits. AIM’s learning portfolio aligns to a framework of skills that are needed for success in the world of today and tomorrow.

Delivering over 90 Courses and Qualifications to 20,000 people per year.

AIM’s experienced learning designers develop both accredited and unaccredited learning engagements to build the critical competencies you need for success in a fast-paced work environment. 

Why AIM?

AIM is dedicated to developing the leaders of tomorrow.

For over 75 years, we’ve been the trusted partner of Australian organisations and managers to prepare them for the ever-changing challenges of leadership. With an expert group of passionate facilitators and campuses nationwide, AIM has a market leading breadth and depth of training options with over 80 different course offerings that develop over 20,000 professionals annually.


AIM - 20,000 Professionals Trained Annually
we train over 20,000
professionals each
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AIM - 76 Years in Business
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years aim has been
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AIM - Practical, real-world learning
practical,
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AIM - 100+ Short Courses and Qualifications
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