Frequently Asked Questions
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A student does not need their own account to register. If you are registering for someone else, you may use your own credentials to create an account. Once you are ready to register, simply press the "Clear details" button and you may fill out the registration form with that student's information.
Our registration form auto-fills if it registers a familiar name. If you have never signed up for a class with us, nothing would pop up. Simply type your company's name in and hit tab, and you can continue the registration process.
Yes! After you add the first student, you'll see in the bottom right corner a button that says "Add attendee". Click that and a second form will pop up underneath it.
Yes. On the bottom righthand side of the registration process, you can click add another course. This will return you back to our website homepage. From there, follow the Courses & Programs menu to add your next course selection.
There are many great hotels in the Erie area. Please visit https://aim.institute/travel-to-aim/ for our full list of recommendations on where to stay.
We would recommend flying into Erie International Airport (ERI) as it is located about 3 miles from our headquarters. We understand there may be limited flights to Erie. If that is the case, we are of almost equal distance from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE), Buffalo Niagara Airport (BUF), and Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT). For more information visit our travel page at https://aim.institute/travel-to-aim/.
General Course Information
In-person classes generally run from 8:00 am EST through 5:00 pm EST, though they can fluctuate in end time. Online classes usually run from 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm, though special, annual online courses may have different start and end times.
If you are in the Plastics Technology and Engineering Program or the Molders' Series, please bring your driver's license or passport. Other than that, you just need to bring yourself. We provide the books, writing utensils, and calculators.
If you are taking the Molders' Series, you are welcome to bring your own laptop and steel toed shoes. If not, we provide them.
Yes we do! Most of our courses (excluding the PTE program) are available to be off-site. Please contact your account representative for additional details if interested in scheduling an off-site course.
We ask that our students refrain from wearing shorts or open-toed shoes, especially when entering the lab. Otherwise, business casual is fine.
Nope! Simply click on the link you are provided and join the webpage.
Links are sent out anywhere from 24-72 hours prior to your class.
We ask our students to take an Enrollment Evaluation prior to registering as way to ensure a student is placed in the proper course level based on their knowledge, skills, and career objectives. This allows us to properly guide them in their education with AIM giving them the most value.
No! If you already passed Molding 1 or 2, there is no need to complete an Enrollment Evaluation for the next program.