An AIM Project Leader credential provides you with learning to effectively lead cross-functional projects, which is increasingly critical in today’s matrixed and global business environment. This credential provides the knowledge of all aspects of the project management lifecycle.
Applied Project Management provides a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of the project management lifecycle. Aligned to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBok) industry competency standards, this three-day course is perfect for anyone involved in workplace projects. From initiation and planning through to execution and closure, discover how to manage for consistently successful project outcomes.
The Certificate IV in Project Management Practice is designed to develop your project management skills and knowledge to be a valuable member of a project management team through a greater focus on involvement in projects rather than managing projects.
Take the lead on your next project with a BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management from the Australian Institute of Management (AIM). This nationally recognised qualification will equip you with a broad range of skills required to plan, lead and execute the end-to-end delivery of projects. Endorsed by the Australian Institute of Project Management, your training with AIM will be a first-class experience, ensuring you are on the best possible path to a successful and enduring career in project management.
Accelerate your career in leadership, management and business with a Double Diploma: BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management + BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management from the Australian Institute of Management (AIM).
This short course helps you understand the fundamentals of finance such as interpreting financial reports, recognising the impact of financial strategies and communicating effectively with finance professionals. With this knowledge, you'll gain the confidence you deal with financial information and transactions.
Finance for Non-Finance Managers is designed for those outside of the Finance function with budget influence and responsibility. It provides a practical guide to analysing financial data and a solid understanding of financial performance. Make better informed fiscal decisions by learning all aspects of financial management from planning through to budget review and reporting on financial outcomes.
The Introduction to Accounting short course is designed to introduce you to the accounting requirements for Australian organisations. Focusing on the skills to report on financial activity, you will learn key accounting concepts and terminology, the legislative reporting requirements and how to interpret financial data to make business recommendations.
The Introduction to Projects short course provides an overview of the tools, techniques and resources you need to plan, develop and implement projects. Covering all phases of the project lifecycle, you’ll gain insight into project planning, budget preparation, stakeholder management, schedule management and project closure and review – everything you need to successfully contribute to workplace projects.
The Manage Budgets short course introduces key concepts in budgetary planning, implementation and management. It covers all aspects of managing team budgets and financial plans including accurate reporting, monitoring and financial performance review.