Consortium member centres can deliver any current AIM Qualifications through us, though the majority focus on the AIM Vocational and PSE suites of qualifications from entry level to level 2, Independent Living and Personal Progress.
Consortium member centres do not need to seek and gain centre approval from AIM and we are able to share costs. In this way, we offer a cost-effective alternative to individual centre status. Membership is especially appropriate for centres with a small number of AIM students.
Member centres pay an annual fee for membership. This covers a 'share’ of the AIM Consortium fee (but not exam fees for individual students) and access to all the services offered by the Consortium.
Please click here to download our membership options.