Built from core MBA courses, the unaccredited mini MBA takes you on a targeted 5-day journey of education and upskilling. Not just academic, the mini MBA is bolstered by elements of AIM Short Courses, giving you the opportunity to immediately apply your learning and new skills to your current role. Return to the office informed, enabled, and ready to lead.
Where professionals and business owners discover how to integrate emerging technology into their operations, adapt to increasingly remote workplaces, and automate functions for greater efficiency and efficacy.
In today’s digital economy, current skillsets are quickly becoming obsolete. The largest driver of this is technological innovation: new-to-world technologies require entirely novel skillsets to utilise their full potential, and their introduction will inevitably phase out older, now redundant skills from organisational operations.
To help you stay relevant in this dynamic time, the Faculty of Technology offers a range of training programs that explore the use of specific new technologies and teach you to identify what technologies have the most value for your organisation and how to implement them effectively.
91% of organisational leaders don’t feel their senior staff possess the required skills to transition successfully into the digital economy
68% of business leaders believe the future will involve people and AI working collaboratively
30% of constituent activities could be automated in the majority of organisations
15% of all customer service interactions will be handled solely by AI by 2021
who want to better utilise the latest digital technologies
with a responsibility for organisational innovation and optimisation
who lead technological integration projects for their organisation
looking to expand their technical skillset and knowledge base
“The facilitator brings the content to life with real life examples, keeping us involved and interested throughout the course.”
“For somebody new to the industry that I’m in, the wealth of knowledge I gained from the AIM facilitators is invaluable.”