The Advanced Communication short course will equip you with the skills to communicate, discuss and debate complex ideas. Focusing on critical thinking, building compelling arguments and engaging with others, you will learn strategies that enable you to present your ideas with influence and impact.
Providing a broad exploration of project management best practice, this short course will give you an understanding of all aspects of the project management life cycle. The course will utilise the associated text Project Management in Practice, a comprehensive resource that is contextualised specifically for the Australian market and correlates to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK).
The Business Networking short course provides essential insight into the art of creating and maintaining strong and far reaching business networks. It explores identifying appropriate networks, network participation and personal networking competencies.
This short course addresses how to develop, implement and maintain a strategic approach to planning and managing human resources. Your increased ability to identify HR issues and champion improvements will see that HR activities are effectively integrated and aligned with the strategic objectives of your organisation.
The Effective Business Writing short course provides you with practical tools and techniques to effectively develop professional business communications. This course will enable you to write structured, high quality and engaging workplace documents.
This short course explores the personal impact cycle, and the role that communication plays in perception. You will learn a range of proven communication techniques and strategies, allowing you to develop and maintain successful workplace relationships.
The Finance for Non-Finance Managers short course provides a practical guide to analysing financial data and understanding the implications of financial performance. It introduces all aspects of financial management from planning through to budget review and reporting on financial outcomes.
Take your first step towards a Master of Business Administration (MBA) or, choose to complete the Graduate Certificate in Management as a qualification in its own right. If you are ready to carve out your niche as a business leader, or would like to sure-up your future with some formal management qualifications, the Graduate Certificate in Management from AIM Business School is the perfect place to start. Made up of four core business units, it is the perfect way to get a taste of quality postgraduate education. It’s also a convenient entry pathway to our MBA course if you prefer to take it a step at a time or don’t have prior tertiary qualifications. Best of all, it’s available in an online or a blend of both on-campus (select states only) and online delivery, so you can structure your study around your learning needs. Be the master of your own destiny.
The Implementing Innovation and Continuous Improvement short course harnesses skills in innovative thinking, as well as identifying, analysing and driving opportunities for organisational improvement.
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.