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NES Global Talents AIM Academy Launches E-learning Training Service

NES Global Talent’s AIM Academy Launches E-learning Training Service

NES Global Talent’s AIM Academy has launched a new e-learning service, meaning its leading project management APM Introductory Certificate and PRINCE2 training courses are now available online anywhere in the world.

As well as the courses, which lead to official certification, the portal also gives clients access to a bespoke and fully branded online resource centre including videos, white papers, case studies and project documentation, full training support via email, phone and online workshops, exam scheduling and forums so you can discuss the hot topics in your industry.

Emma Whittle, Business Manager at AIM Academy, said: “There’s a skills shortage in project management in the UK and indeed across the globe. Companies are spending a lot to fly UK trainers, regarded as among the best in the industry, to international sites to deliver training. In fact, our trainers have already been sent out to deliver training in locations including Hong Kong, Tokyo, New York, Nigeria, Lithuania, Iceland and the Netherlands, to name just a few. 

“By making our courses available online, our e-learning package enables AIM Academy to roll out our high quality training service to clients at a hugely reduced cost. It also gives clients much more flexibility in terms of training schedules as licenses, once activated, last for a full year, which means that the training really can be adapted to fit with business needs.”

The courses on offer include the APM Introductory Certificate, which gives an overview of the practical tools and techniques needed to help manage projects, as well as PRINCE2 Foundation, Practitioner and Re-Registration. Packages will be tailored to the business need. 

NES Global Talent’s AIM Academy has more than 30 years’ experience in project management training, with a track record in achieving exceptional pass rates that are typically 20% higher than industry averages.


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