Thank you for submitting an application for a Community Training Grant with AIM WA!
We recognise the work of not-for-profit (NFP) organisations and aspiring professionals in the community, wishing to embark on professional development. The Community Training Grant provides training up to the value of $3,000 for organisations and up to $4,000 for individuals that can be used to fund participation on a selection of training courses offered by the Institute*
APPLICATIONS FOR OUR 2021 COMMUNITY TRAINING GRANTS HAVE NOW CLOSED. APPLICATIONS FOR 2022 WILL OPEN AT THE END OF THE YEAR, SO STAY TUNED.
All Organisations and individual applicants should have now received a letter from us with the outcome of their application. Please email: TrainingGrants@aimwa.com if you have not yet received an email with an attached confirmation letter.
Community Training Grant Information:
Community Training Grants (Scholarships) are awarded in two categories:
We invite organisations from civic and voluntary groups, charitable and welfare groups, church groups and other not-for-profit organisations to apply. Submit the application form with a one page summary outlining:
- A brief background on the organisation.
- Why the organisation should be chosen to receive a Community Training Grant.
- And, how the organisation would benefit/ use an AIM WA Community Training Grant.
The Individual Community Training Grants are broken down into two sub categories:
2a) Ben Scott Young Professional
This category is tailored for ambitious young professionals under the age of 35 years who are in, or aspiring to be in, a management or leadership role and wishing to embark on professional development.
2b) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
This category is tailored for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who are in, or aspiring to be in a management or leadership role and wanting to undertake professional development opportunities with AIM WA.
Applicants for an individual award are required to submit the application form and a one-page summary outlining:
- Their current, or recently acquired role.
- Their interest in professional development (for both them and their organisation).
- And, intent for use of the Community Training Grant i.e. specific AIM WA training courses of interest.
Mr Ben Scott was involved in the formation of the Institute in 1957 before becoming President from 1962 - 1964. Ben showed incredible dedication and commitment to the Western Australian Leadership community.
Community Training Grants may be redeemed in the following fields:
- Interpersonal and Communication Skills
- Leadership and Management
- Frontline Management, Supervision and Safety (WHS)
- Project, Contract and Process Improvement
- Service, Sales and Marketing
- HR, Training, Finance and Administration
- Computer Skills.
A Testimonial From a Past Winner
“The AIM WA Scholarship Program for not for profit organisations is a wonderful initiative, making first class training available to those who may not be able to benefit otherwise. Our team look forward to selecting programs which will benefit them personally as well as the Foundation, so we can help transform the health care of WA’s sick children and young people so they can live their healthiest and happiest lives.”
Chief Executive Officer
Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation