Ministerial management

MP impressed by Graduate School students

The Honourable John-Paul Langbroek, Minister for Education, Training and Employment, attended a luncheon at Management House last month to congratulate graduates from the AIM Graduate School.

AIM Chair Grant Dearlove FAIM celebrated the achievements of managers who had successfully completed the Graduate Certificate Professional Development or the Graduate Diploma Management Innovation.

L to R: AIM Chair Grant Dearlove FAIM, award winner Emma Pethybridge,The Honourable John-Paul Langbroek and AIM CEO Vivienne Anthon FAIM.

These postgraduate qualifications articulate into an MBA at selected partner universities.

Mr Langbroek presented an Outstanding Academic Achievement Award to Emma Pethybridge who received the highest GPA in her studies. She is Operations Manager at the Indigenous Land Corporation and she already holds a Bachelor of Arts/Science from the Australian National University in addition to a Master of Social Science (International Urban and Environmental Management) from RMIT.

Mr Langbroek shared his passion for education in Queensland and commended the graduates for their commitment to further education while working full time.

Also in attendance were AIM Fellows and senior corporate members of the Institute.

The Graduate School offers a Graduate Certificate Professional Management and a Graduate Diploma Management Innovation in face-to-face or distance mode.

The capped student intakes and flexibility in commencement dates provide a unique offering to practising managers seeking to complement their practical skills with management qualifications.

Visit or phone the Graduate School Coordinator on (07) 3227 4873.