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.

The success and failure of organisations hinges on the regular completion of projects, big and small, which is why Project Management is an essential internal capability for businesses to develop and possess.

The Faculty of Project Management is dedicated to providing Australia’s workforce with the latest tools and techniques that have been proven to achieve high-quality results at every stage of the project lifecycle. Across a range of Short Courses, Vocational Qualifications, and Higher Education programs, you will explore the role of the project leader, study proven methodologies, and learn the theory and practice of Agile.

91% of employees spend time on projects outside their functional area, and 35% say that employees do so on a regular basis

Only 2.5% of companies complete their projects 100% successfully. The rest failed to meet some of their original targets or missed the original budget or deadlines

The project management-oriented labour force will grow by 22 million jobs (33%) by 2027

$129,253 is the average salary for a Project Manager

Who should attend AIM's Project Management courses?

who want to expand their skillset to better achieve project goals


who want to understand the whole process of project development and completion


who want to integrate project frameworks into their general operations


who want to integrate project frameworks into their general operations

AIM Project Management Facilitators

Faculty of Project Management - Mark Herselman

Mark Herselman

Mark is accredited as a project management learning and development facilitator and assessor and is the director at Project Management Training Australia P/L. He has many years of experience consulting and coaching organisations to improve their project management operations, which he has delivered via corporate in-house training and as e-learning.

Faculty of Project Management - Andy John

Andy John

Andy is a project management, training, and business management professional with over 30 years of experience. He has worked in Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia Pacific regions managing large scale I.T. and learning systems projects for global businesses. He is an experienced facilitator and assessor of management training programs on project management and marketing.

Popular Faculty of Project Management Courses

On-Campus Training

Virtual and Online Training

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Faculty of Project Management Vocational Qualifications

Postgraduate Single Units and Higher Education

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