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An ideal candidate will have a strong passion for sport and a desire for a pathway into the sports industry. The program will embrace a diverse range of individuals including a mix of students from various sports and backgrounds. Students will have completed their secondary education

Step 1: Register your interest details here
Step 2: Richmond Institute staff will conduct phone Interview and reference checks.
Step 3: Successful applicants will receive an email that provides instructions on how to complete your online application.
Step 4: Successful applicants will receive an official letter of offer from the Richmond Institute and will be guided through the Swinburne application.

As limited positions are available for this program, it is unlikely there will be positions available after University placements are offered in January. We therefore recommend that you apply for our program first. If you decide to take up a University offer you will be able to decline your position in our program, with no charge, prior to the course commencing in February.
February – November. The yearly schedule will be similar to a secondary school schedule with end of term holidays provided in April, June, and September.

The weekly schedule will include three days of classes per week and includes a range of sessions, including classroom learning, practical strength and conditioning and sports skills sessions.

Our dedicated Careers & Pathways team are committed to providing real employment and placement opportunities. Students can select from a range of placements with Richmond Football Club, Aligned Leisure and our Sports Industry Network to complete the required 140 hours of industry placement. To see our Sports Industry Network, click here.

Regional students will visit Melbourne on a few occasions to participate in both classroom-based and physical activity sessions delivered by our Melbourne staff.

Students will have the opportunity to connect and network with our Melbourne, Albury/Wodonga and Mildura students and staff through online platforms, on national and international trips and through a variety of placement opportunities.

An ideal candidate will have a passion for working in the health sector and a strong focus on fitness and leisure. The program will embrace a diverse range of individuals who have various interests and sporting backgrounds. Students will have completed their secondary education.

Step 1: Register your interest details here

Step 2: Richmond Institute staff will conduct phone Interview and reference checks.

Step 3: Successful applicants will receive an email that provides instructions on how to complete your online application.

Step 4: Successful applicants will receive an official letter of offer from the Richmond Institute and will be guided through the Swinburne application.

As limited positions are available for this program, it is unlikely there will be positions available in each intake. We recommend that you apply for our program as soon as possible to secure your place.

Intakes for this program:

  • February
  • April
  • July
  • October

The weekly schedule will include three days of classes per week and includes a range of sessions, including classroom learning, practical strength and conditioning and sports skills sessions.

There is one placement required for this program, a combination of working in a community health and hospital setting. Swinburne will assist students to find these placements and they may be required to travel to different locations.

Step 1: Register your interest details here
Step 2: A Richmond Institute staff member will contact you for an interview

Employment is already included in this School Based Traineeship with Aligned Leisure. Students do not need to search for employment on their own.

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Free TAFE – Students eligible for Victorian government-subsidised training can access the Free TAFE for Priority Courses initiative to have their will not pay course tuition fees covered when they study this course.

A School Based Traineeship combines a senior secondary program (VCE or VCAL) with part-time employment and studies of a nationally recognised qualification. As a school based trainee, successful applicants will participate in scheduled training and employment each week.
One day a week of face-to-face classes each Wednesday during school terms. Students will also complete part-time work with Aligned Leisure (a minimum of seven hours per week for the duration of the traineeship).
February-November.

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