Dr Ken King holds tertiary qualifications in mechanical engineering and teaching; and is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) as well as a Senior Associate (Resource Sustainability) for the Eidos Institute (an Australian research institute with a focus on public policy.
What does FAIM stand for?
FAIM stands for Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management
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We have 21 other definitions for FAIM in our Acronym Attic
- For All I Know
- First Action In Learning
- Flawlessly Ascending in Life
- Failure Code
- Finding An Important Lesson Inviting Needed Growth
- Found Answers In Learning Improving Necessary Growth
- Fleet Air Introduction Liaison Survival Aircrew Flight Equipment
- Fearful, Arrogant, Insecure, Lonely, Uncertain, Resentful, Empty
- Family Assets for Independence in Minnesota (West Central Minnesota Communities Action, Inc.; Elbow Lake, MN)
- Fascinating Animals Impersonating Men (Australian punk rock band)
- FIDI (Federation of International Furniture Removers) Accredited International Mover
- Financial Analysis and Investment Management (Saint Mary's College of California; Moraga, CA)
- Flexible Automation and Information Management (conference)
- Flexible Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing (International Conference)
- Foundation for the Advancement of Innovative Medicine
- Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research
- First Asset Investment Management Inc.
- Federal Aid Information Management System (US FWS)
- Federated Archaeological Information Management Systems Project
- File-Aid for IMS (Compuware)
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He is a Fellow of the Australasian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and a Director of the World Gold Council.
Mr Gutnick is a Fellow of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, a Member of the Institute of Company Directors in Australia, and was a Director of the World Gold Council.