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AUSTRALIANSUPER is committed to supporting the development of its staff in alignment with the AUSTRALIANSUPER leadership development strategy. As part of this commitment we have partnered with the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) to provide you with a range of training programs specifically selected to support the development of Australiansuper's training , management and leadership capability.

The Australian Institute of Management began in 1941 with a vision to help managers unlock their career potential in the ever changing business environment.  For almost 75 years, 10 offices and 12,000 members later, AIM is at the forefront of leadership and development solutions in Australia.  Our members range from emerging managers starting off in their careers to those who hold board positions.  They work across wide-ranging disciplines, industries, organisations and locations.

The AIM Training Centre (20/380 Latrobe st Melbourne) offers over 80 training programs and study towards any one of 24 management qualifications.

What to do before contacting HR

  1. Gain manager approval for course you wish to attend
  2. If direct manager and cost centre manager are different, ensure necessary approvals are gained

You can access the AIM course outlines using the panels on this page.

To ensure that AS maximises our partnership with AIM, please contact

MELISSA MCINNES

Organisational Capability Consultant

Ph: 03 8648 3844

Mob: 0429 783 799

mmcinnes@australiansuper.com

 

A COURSE FOR YOUR TEAM

To enquire about running a course for your team, please call Michael Herman (your corporate solutions manager) on 03 9536 3225 or email michael.herman@aim.com.au

Capitalising on Member benefits

As a Corporate Partner of AIM, AUSTRALIANSUPER have a number of Training Vouchers that can be used to redeem up to 50% off a member course price.

To book an AIM program, and to take advantage of these vouchers, please contact HR for approval.

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