HOW TO REGISTER FOR AIM COURSES
1. In order to register for any AIM Course, one must first create a website account.
You only need to do this once when you register for your first AIM course. The registration button will prompt you and you will see complete instructions.
After creating an account, you will see an on-screen notification informing you that your account has been created and an activation link has been sent to the e-mail address you entered. Note that you must activate the account by clicking on the activation link when you get the e-mail before you can login. Remember to check your spam folder for the activation email if you don't see it in your inbox.
2. After you have learned more about the various courses we offer and have decided for which you want to register, login to the AIM website using the login link in the upper right corner of the AIM website home page, after which you can register for any of the courses in the AIM Course Catalog.
3. There are several options for taking any given course. Please become familiar with the options below before registering for any course.
Take a self-contained distance video course online which allows you to watch classes online, do the required readings (not online) and projects and take examinations online for credit with live teachers.
Take a course online along with other students where you follow a schedule and do the required readings, projects and examinations online for credit without live teachers.
Audit a self-contained distance video course online which allows you to watch classes online for personal edification with or without live teachers and without receiving any credit.
Audit a course with or without live teachers at a physical location (contact your church leaders to have them arrange having AIM onsite for your local congregation if you have enough people willing to take it in your congregation) without receiving any credit.
Take a course for credit with live teachers at a physical location (contact your church leaders to have them arrange having AIM onsite for your local congregation if you have enough people willing to take it in your congregation).