Where staff leaders and managers gain the tools and techniques to create effective training programs and promote a culture that values and enables development at all levels.

Industry 4.0 has disrupted all industries in a myriad of ways, and the evolution of new technologies is growing at an exponential rate, driving the need for continuous and impactful upskilling. Given this fact, for many organisations it is imperative to have an in-built coaching or training program that is able to provide development for its staff members.

As AIM knows all too well, though, training is a complex role that requires dedication and learning itself. This is where the Faculty of Training comes in, which is equipped with a series of programs that provide individuals with the skills to effectively and reliably transfer theoretical knowledge into practical ability.

19% of the average Australian skillset will be obsolete within just three years

93.0% of employees would stay at a company longer if it invested in their careers

64% of managers don’t think their employees are keeping pace with future skill needs

People who undertake regular professional development are 47% less likely to be stressed, and 39% more likely to feel productive and successful

Who should attend AIM's Training courses?

who wish to better coach and mentor the members of their team


responsible for ensuring employees are engaged


seeking to refresh or expand upon their existing skillset


who need to create and implement staff training programs


Faculty of Training - Chemène Sinson

Chemène Sinson

Chemène is an industry leader in training and education, drawing on her broad experience as an Olympic athlete, national-level sports coach and coach mentor, schoolteacher, and adult educator to inform her work. She mentors and supports experienced facilitators and assessors with their ongoing professional development and is a regular speaker at conferences and special events. Chemène specialises in TAE qualifications and has written TAE materials used by more than 100 organisations to date.

Faculty of Training - Nick Mills

Nick Mills

Nick is a dynamic and versatile trainer and coach, possessing leadership experience at an operational level as well as experience with key internal and external stakeholders across a wide variety of management disciplines. His experience ranges from the frontline sales arena right through to corporate account manager level, where he has been involved in the business of people, training, and sales for well over 20 years.

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