Introducing AIM Partner Pricing
Beyond offering training at scale and an extremely competitive price, AIM Partners understand the immense impact of engagement and retention on the success of their organisation. Support and encourage your staff by providing them with training that aligns to their function, skillset, goals, and preferred learning method.
Show your employees support, encourage their development,
and enable the growth of your organisation.
Only 15% of employees are engaged in their workplace.1
Engaged employees outperform their disengaged peers. Overall, companies with high employee engagement are 21% more profitable. 1
In 2020 the top drivers of employee engagement in Australia include the opportunity for learning and development, and managers who help employees with career development.2
1 Gallup, 2017.
2 2020 employee experience trends, Qualtrics.
80 Courses | 13 Subject Areas
Develop your EQ and discover your full capabilities as a leader. By optimising how you engage, motivate, and lead your staff, you are best positioned to add substantial and impactful value to your organisation.
25 Courses | 10 Subject Areas
Our unrivalled breadth and depth of face-to-face short courses provides study options across all key business functions and skillsets. These courses are delivered by leading facilitators at our modern campuses located across Australia.
18 Courses | 7 Subject Areas
AIM’s virtual learning series provides all the benefits of classroom workshops — working with peers, asking questions with immediate answers from facilitators, and stimulating deeper discussions — with the flexibility of online learning.
AIM’s 5 DAY mini MBA
Leadership | Strategy | Customers | Numbers
Every Partner Pricing gives you seats in AIM’s mini MBA program. This 5-day course was developed based on the key learning outcomes of our leading MBA and is delivered in a highly engaging and practical format. The first of its kind in Australia, the mini MBA has the highest rating of any AIM course.
AIM’s Open Program Portfolio
Work with your dedicated AIM Advisor to identify the needs of your organisation and map them to AIM’s portfolio of leading Open Programs.
Where professionals gain the training to communicate clearly, concisely, and convincingly, ensuring the success of any and all workplace actions that involve communication of some kind.
Where marketers and managers come to upskill and maintain their relevancy in a function that has been fundamentally transformed by the technological advances of the Digital Revolution.
Where individuals develop their knowledge of financial theory and practices and managers with little financial experience build the skills and confidence to interpret, discuss, and report on economics.
Where workers of all functions, industries, and seniority levels come to improve their self-management and resiliency, which complements their existing technical ability for sustainable career success.
Where managers and HR professionals, recognising that staff is the element of an organisation with the greatest potential for determining success, develop skills, deepen knowledge, and build their expertise.
Where aspiring and existing managers who recognise the complex, demanding nature of leadership acquire and develop skills, build their expertise, and become Australia’s undisputed leaders of the future.
Where project leaders and team members learn how to effectively and efficiently manage projects from concept to completion and integrate project frameworks into the operations of their organisation.
AIM Public Sector, which is supported by our dedicated public sector leadership and development group, the Centre for Public Management, is where Australians come to learn the unique intricacies of working in the public sector.
Where salespeople and representatives develop their ability to successfully diagnose the specific needs of their client and communicate how their product or service is the ideal solution to satisfy these needs.
Where professionals and business owners discover how to integrate emerging technology into their operations, adapt to increasingly remote workplaces, and automate functions for greater efficiency and efficacy.