The Student Information page is the main access point for student information at all stages of the AIM learning journey.
If you are undertaking training with the AIM, the student handbooks contain useful information:
- Terms of Enrolment
- Assessment Appeals
- Student Support Policy and Procedure
- Policy Access, Equity and Support
- Policy Enrolment
- Policy Mutual Recognition
- Policy Withdrawal Deferral and Refunds
- Policy Complaints Grievances and Appeals
- Policy Language Literacy and Numeracy
- Policy Privacy
- Policy Recognition of Prior Learning
- Policy Transitions
- Issuing Qualifications and Statement of Attainments
- Training Registration Terms and Conditions
- Student Feedback Form
All students undertaking VET courses at Diploma level and above are required to satisfy AIM's entry criteria as a condition of their enrolment.
Information for students wanting to transition from superseded qualifications into new 2015 business qualifications.
Information on loan scheme is available to eligible students to pay their tuition fees with AIM.
Information on assessments, assessment submission, appealing assessment decisions, applying for extension for your qualification and re-issuing certificates.
Extension to your qualification enrolment
If a student fails to submit their assessments by their enrolment end date and does not seek an extension their enrolment they will be withdrawn. Students retain the right to contact AIM after this point to have their enrolment re-commenced if exceptional circumstances apply. In addition to an individual student’s circumstances, reinstatement of enrolment is subject to whether individual units of competency have been deleted or superseded from a Training Package. Enrolment extensions may be granted to students who are experiencing difficulty or hardship in completing their assessment. This can include:
- Medical circumstances: where a student’s medical condition has changed to such an extent that he or she is unable to undertake the assessment
- Family/personal circumstances: death or severe medical problems within a family, or unforeseen family financial difficulties, so that it is unreasonable to expect a student to complete their assessment
- Work commitments
The maximum extension period granted from the original due date will be:
- Short Course - four weeks
- Qualification - three months
The extension period granted will become the final due date for any outstanding assessments and late assessments will not be accepted. If a student fails to submit their assessment by the final due date their enrolment will be withdrawn. After this time students will need to re-enrol in the course or complete the assessment via RPL. Standard enrolment or RPL charges will apply.
If you wish to apply for an extension to your qualification you must do so before your due date expires. Please submit your request via email to Student Support, where necessary include your Managers approval.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Information on the RPL assessment process available to students that involves the assessment of a student's prior learning to determine credit towards one or more units of competency in a qualification. For more information, please contact a training advisor on 1300 658 337. For Higher Education students seeking Recognition of Prior Learning based on experience only, an administration fee applies per unit for successful applications. Please click here to view the current fees.
If you lose or damage a certificate issued to you by AIM you may apply to have it re-issued. The following charges apply:
Statement of Attainment
For partial completion of a qualification
Qualification and Transcript
For completion of all the requirements for a qualification
Statement of Attendance
For attending a training course
Please contact our Client Services team for training/attendance queries.
If you wish to have a certificate re-issued please complete the Application to Re-issue AIM Certificate and submit it to Student Support.
We encourage students to use the Harvard referencing system when referencing material in their assessment submissions. AIM’s Referencing Guide provides examples of how to correctly reference citations in your work.
AIM enrolment code of conduct
To ensure all prospective students are provided with the appropriate level of support and guidance when enrolling with AIM, a code of conduct has been developed to ensure that staff as well as third party providers act with integrity and comply with all relevant legislation and guidelines.