Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Provided by: Australian Institute of Management

The ability to objectively analyse and evaluate challenges in the ever-changing work environment is vital to success. The complexity of business has increased to the extent that the World Economic Forum identified complex problem solving and critical thinking as the top 2 skills needed for the future of work.

AIM’s Critical Thinking and Problem Solving short course strengthens your ability to objectively analyse and evaluate an issue to solve everyday problems in the workplace. Learn a range of proven tools and techniques you can use to identify challenges and respond to them in a structured and considered manner. Gain practical guidance on how to implement these skills in your workplace to make better decisions aligned to business goals.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Apply a range of models for critical thinking in making decisions that improve business results
  • Develop your capability for solving everyday problems by using trusted techniques for meeting challenges head-on with a clear and well thought out approach
  • Better define the causes of problems before they occur and learn to leverage creativity in assisting with problem solving
  • Leverage the ability to continuously appraise your decision-making process to allow room for new knowledge and tools


Entry or Workplace Requirements

There are no entry or workplace requirements to attend this course.

Delivery Method and Time Requirements

Face-to-face – 1-day on Campus Workshop

Campus Locations: Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra


$805.00 (includes 10% Feedlot TECH discount)

Australian Institute of Management

Geordie Weber
Feedlot TECH Account Manager
Phone: 02 9956 3963 / 0449 612 131

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