Bank Alfalah is committed to supporting the development of its staff in alignment with Bank Alfalah 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 Bank Alfalah 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.
This share site is your access to a wide range of professional development courses selected by Bank Alfalah and delivered by AIM online. The courses available have been selected to support our key people and strategic business needs in 2015-2016. These courses are an opportunity not only to develop your capabilities in line with your Bank Alfalah Development Plan, but also to network with like-minded professionals from other sectors and industries in a high quality learning environment.
AIM offers all Bank Alfalah staff, globally, access to a suite of online short courses, and qualifications recognised in Australia.
How do I enrol onto AIM courses?
You can access the AIM course outlines using the panels on this page.
To ensure the Bank Alfalah maximises our partnership with AIM, please contact
Ahmed Nauman Anees
Head of Learning and Development Division
HR and Learning Group
How do I book an AIM program?
We ask that you liaise with Learning and Development for further information or for assistance enrolling on any AIM course.
1.Speak with your manager and get approval for the course you wish to attend/enrol on.
2.Contact Learning and Development to arrange enrolment and payment.