At AIM WA+UWA Business School Executive Education we believe in giving back to the community. Across our portfolio we offer a range of scholarships and initiatives to support the West Australian community, including sponsored placements on programs.
AIM WA and The UWA Business Schools also offer separate Scholarships.
AIM WA’s mission is to improve the performance of Managers, Leaders and Organisations, and one way it does so is by supporting the broader WA community through the provision of a number of Management Development Scholarships every year. AIM WA continues to provide this support in recognition of the challenges for the not-for-profit sector, which works extremely hard to raise capital to achieve its fundamental goals, but sometimes cannot afford funds for staff and business development.
Scholarships are awarded in two main categories:
The Organisational Scholarships invite eligible organisations to apply -- and are open to a broad range of applicants, from civic and voluntary, charitable and welfare groups to churches, sports clubs and other NFP organisations.
The Individual Scholarship Award invites applications from both Young Professionals and Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders. The Individual Scholarships Award will include a significant package of training and development. Individuals from Not-for-Profit industries are also encouraged to apply.
Furthermore, initiatives in support of community and charity group events are prominent in the organisations calendar.
AIM WA uses environmental solutions on its premises as part of its ongoing efforts to become an example of environmental awareness. All AIM WA and Executive Education publications are printed on paper stock which is chlorine free and manufactured from pulp sourced from sustainable, plantation grown timber. Both paper manufacturer and printer are certified to ISO 14001, the internationally recognised standard for environmental management.
AIM WA’s Katitjin Centre is one of a few 6 star green star rated buildings in Australia. This 6 Star Green Star rated building is a world class environmentally sustainable building in design. It has a particular focus on water recycling and the use of photovoltaic cells as a significant source of power generation. Learn more about the Katitjin Centre.
The Business School and the University have a wide range of community activities and initiatives running at any given time. Details of free events covering a wide range of contemporary issues can be found here: http://www.news.uwa.edu.au/category/topics/community-events
The Centre for Social Impact WA -- a thought leader in social investment and sustainable communities -- is a joint venture between the national Centre for Social Impact and The UWA Business School. Through top class teaching and world class research, the aim is to position Australia as one of the world's best at delivering community benefit and generating social innovation. For further information please refer to the link below:
UWA’s Equity and Diversity department promotes and supports the University’s vision to provide an equitable and inclusive environment for all staff, students and the broader community they engage with. Equity and Diversity Initiatives include employment strategies for WA Indigenous Australians, Gender balance and equal opportunity for men and women, disability and access inclusion plans, sexual diversity, workplace bullying, equity project and workshops and training. Please refer to the Equity and Diversity website for information on these and other indicative programs.
Executive Education’s environmental policies and procedures are in-line with those of our partners. An outline of the UWA Business School Environmental procedures are below:
UWA through the Office of Facilities Management has implemented and continues to explore technologies for improving energy efficiency and renewable energy on campus. Initiatives have been taken in the following areas: