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01 June 2020
May Newsletter 2020

RISL Monthly Newsletter May 2020 … Term 2 has continued online at the Richmond Institute for our Dual Diploma,  Sports Development and Leadership Management. We have had some elite guest speakers that have helped our students gain further insight into the elite pathway, which helped them be focused and determined this month. The talented Emma...

04 May 2020
April Newsletter 2020

RISL Monthly Newsletter April 2020 ...   The Staff at the Richmond Institute have worked tirelessly to convert student studies to an online face-to-face format for Term 2. There have been some challenges but also some strong success here in making sure that students thrive to their full potential. These additions to the program have...

19 March 2020
Tyson Day

A fantastic day of engaging content was delivered on Monday 2nd March, from guest speaker Tyson Day from Arrive & Thrive. Tyson shared his valuable knowledge on a range of topics including Career Design, Networking and Building Positive connections in the Sporting Industry. Grace Rodgers (2020 Student) commented “Tyson’s presentation was really engaging, his activities...

17 October 2019
More than a premiership for RISL pair

RISL students Will Latchford and Luke Paramanathan will perhaps remember their recent VAFA Division 3 premiership as the steppingstones to their fledgling careers in the sports industry. Latchford who hopes to embark on a career in strength and conditioning and Paramanathan who aspires to work within the AFL industry were set up with Emmaus St...

13 October 2019
RISL Students Gain Jack Dyer Medal Event Insights

Richmond Institute of Sport Leadership students Daniel Skinner and Ellen Thompson were given a special opportunity at the Richmond Football Club’s night of nights earlier this month. The pair assisted the Club’s Events Department with the delivery of the annual Jack Dyer Medal, held at the Crown Palladium. Skinner said the night which gave the...

01 October 2019
Thriving students secure Richmond employment

A further three soon-to-be Richmond Institute of Sport Leadership graduates have gained employment at the Richmond Football Club, starting this year. Macy Hall, Will Latchford and Layton Sketcher will join the Club as Fan Engagement Support Officer’s for the next six months. It follows on from fellow RISL alumni Shayla Clarke’s appointment as a Marketing...

17 July 2019
Richmond Institute Of Sport Leadership to open in Mildura

The Richmond Football Club will continue its push into the Sunraysia region with a new Richmond Institute of Sport Leadership campus commencing classes in Mildura next year. Delivered in partnership by Richmond and the Swinburne University of Technology, the program offers students the unique opportunity to develop into the next generation of sports industry leaders....

08 March 2019
Class of 2018 honoured

The Richmond Institute of Sports Leadership class of 2018 graduated recently with a ceremony at the Swinburne Centre’s Maurice Rioli room. Hosted by well-known former sports broadcaster, and current Richmond Football Club multimedia executive, Tiffany Cherry, the event was a celebration for the 108 students who had successfully completed the program. 52 per cent of...