Associate In Management (AIM)

DEFINITION of 'Associate In Management (AIM)'

A professional designation program that provides managers with further management education. The Associate in Management (AIM) program's goal is to enhance the candidates decision-making and management abilities. Training is focused in areas of management principles and practices, human resources and current business issues analysis.

BREAKING DOWN 'Associate In Management (AIM)'

The Associate in Management program is generally geared towards indivudals in a mid-level managerial position in the insurance industy. The designation can be attained by passing exams administered by the Insurance Institute of America.

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