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AIM partners with FNU for project management training

The Australian Institute of Management (AIM) in partnership with Fiji National University (FNU) will be delivering vital project management training and qualifications in Fiji. Fiji National University’s Head of Training, Amrish Narayan  said  access to these project management qualifications is incredibly valuable to both local students and the local economy. NARAYAN: “Fiji is developing rapidly […]

Salote Qalubau

July 12, 2016 3:47 pm

The Australian Institute of Management (AIM) in partnership with Fiji National University (FNU) will be delivering vital project management training and qualifications in Fiji.

Fiji National University’s Head of Training, Amrish Narayan  said  access to these project management qualifications is incredibly valuable to both local students and the local economy.

NARAYAN: “Fiji is developing rapidly and as these development activities are rolled out, we need project managers who can plan, execute and control projects to a consistently high level.”

“We decided to partner with AIM in delivering these qualifications due to their long standing industry reputation and their ability to deliver the program in a flexible format that met our students’ needs.”

AIM’s National Corporate Solutions Manager, Rebecca Middleton has said that AIM is proud to be partnering with FNU to provide  A platform for  the  provision of project management knowledge and skills to Fijian managers.

MIDDLETON: “For more than 75 years we’ve been providing vital leadership and management education to Australia’s managers so it’s incredibly exciting for us to be able to now deliver these qualifications to Fijian managers.”

Participants will be able to learn a broad range of skills that is required to plan, lead and execute the end-to-end delivery of projects and will also have the opportunity to have their training accredited to an industry-leading Diploma of Project Management.

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