At Fuji Xerox Australia (FXA) we are committed to supporting you in your career development. As part of this commitment we are collaborating with the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) to provide you with one of the most comprehensive range of training services in Australia. These courses are an opportunity for you to develop your capabilities and competencies in line with your development plan. Facilitated in a high quality learning environment, you will have an opportunity to network with like-minded professionals from other sectors and industries.
The Australian Institute of Management began in 1941 with a vision to help managers unlock their career potential in the ever changing business environment. 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 Fuji Xerox and delivered by AIM in your state. The courses available have been selected to support our key people and strategic business needs. These courses are an opportunity to develop your capabilities in line with your Career and Development plan, and to network with like-minded professionals from other sectors and industries in a high quality learning environment.
A COURSE JUST FOR YOU
The AIM Training Centre offers over 80 training programs and study towards any one of 24 management qualifications. To enroll in an AIM program, please click on the link to the right to search and select the course information page.
How do I book a course at AIM?
Check to see if the course is already provided within FXA
Review the course to make sure it meets your development needs
Gain approval from your Manager to attend the course and have the costs approved
Use it don't lose it – How to transfer your learning into action
Whether you are learning a new sport, learning to drive or learning to cook you know you have to practice if you are going to be any good at it. For learning to be effective, it has to be underpinned by lots of practice and personal experience. Once you have completed your course we recommend you meet with your manager and discuss how they can help support you put your new skills into practice.
FXA Organisational Development & Learning
Andres Jonmundsson (National Learning & Development Manager)