AIM offers training for tech professionals and those looking to start a career in technology.
AIM Code School offers a variety of in person and web based workshops and courses that are ever changing to meet the demands of today’s technology employers. We offer programs on topics such as Foundations of Web Development, .NET, Java, Python and Data Science.
Join AIM Code School for custom corporate training and enhance the skills of your existing team. Through AIM Code School’s Custom Corporate Training opportunities, our staff and instructors work closely with partner organizations to develop curriculum, interview and select candidates, evaluate student performance, and provide post-graduate assistance for candidates who complete the program. Some trainings that have been offered in the past have covered a variety of topics: COBOL, WordPress, Angular 9, Introduction to Computing, and web development. Custom programs vary in duration and topic, depending on each company’s specific needs.
During this 12-hour course, participants will learn the basics of flying unmanned drones, in preparation to become flight certified. This will include flight hours at the end of the course. This class is not a certification course, but a preparation course for the drone flight certification testing process, which is not offered by AIM.
After School Cohort: August 10-21, 2020, 3:30-4:45 pm (M-F)
Weekend Cohort: Saturday, August 8, 16, and 22, 2020, 9 am – 1 pm
Contact Emily Matis for more info.
The AIM Institute has partnered with local high schools to provide front-end development training for students looking to enter tech jobs after high school.
We offer two distinct academies for individuals in leadership programs and those who are considering a career transition into tech leadership.
Advanced Tech Leaders Academy is an annual management course for tech professionals. The program consists of one, full-day of training each month for seven months (October 2020 – May 2021). Each session will focus on a common on-the-job issue faced by tech managers.
Today’s IT managers need effective leadership and management skills to deal with the challenge of global competition and a changing workforce. To address this growing need, AIM and its business members have collaborated to create the annual Advanced Tech Leaders Academy. The goal of the academy is to enhance leadership skills that are essential for current and upcoming Tech Managers.
Emerging Tech Leaders
This program is intended for experienced IT professionals interested in transitioning into leadership roles and developing skills to gain a better understanding of leading IT teams/groups/departments. Participants will be part of a cohort from organizations across the community and will have the opportunity to learn from each other as well as the program instructors. This program utilizes the real-world experience of existing IT leaders to help participants gain a better understanding of the issues, challenges and skills needed to advance in their careers.
Workshops and Certifications at Events
We also offer a variety of educational opportunities as part of our annual Infotec and Heartland Developer Conference. These sessions focus on current industry trends and the demands of our members.
Here are the upcoming workshops being offered at this year’s Heartland Developer Conference.