Australian Institute of Management

AIM Group

The Australian Institute of Management is the peak body for managers and leaders. For 75 years, AIM has been helping people become better managers, and managers become great leaders. With more than 12,000 individual and corporate Members, AIM is the go to organisation for professional managers and leaders. We believe that great managers and leaders make decisions that impact people’s lives and that this impact is felt well beyond the workplace.

Formed in 1941, AIM Group is owned by its members, is not for profit and is led by AIM Group chief executive, David Pich. AIM Group is a member of the Asian Association of Management Organisations (AAMO). For more information about AAMO and its members please visit

Australian Institute of Management Education and Training (AIMET)

AIMET is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO No.0049) and TEQSA approved Higher Education provider.

AIMET is a part of Scentia - an independently owned, leading Australian education and training group with unrivalled student offerings across corporate solutions, open programs, vocational education and post-graduate higher education. Established in 2015, Scentia is led by CEO Peter Mobbs and unites industry leaders AIM Education & Training and Ivy College.

Every year at AIMET, 25,000 professionals take part in over 80 training programs and study towards any one of 24 management qualifications in 11 locations right around Australia. AIMET is a trusted training partner to over half the companies on the ASX200.

Australian Institute of Management Education and Training Pty Limited (ABN 40 009 668 553); RTO code 0049 (AIMET); level 21, 580 George St, Sydney, NSW, 2000, an approved FEE-HELP and VET FEE-HELP provider. AIMET is a registered Higher Education Provider listed on the national register. AIMET uses the brand name AIM with permission from the Australian Institute of Management (ABN 56 004 525 017).

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