Richmond Exprerience

Visit the Richmond Football Club’s facilities and hear about Sports Industry pathways.

Immerse your students in the richmond experience

Tailor the experience to suit your students needs, including career and pathway
opportunities, curriculum requirements and/or practical experiences.

VISIT THE RICHMOND FOOTBALL CLUB'S FACILITIES AND BE EXPOSED TO A WORLD CLASS SPORTING ENVIRONMENT

  • Students can visit Swinburne Centre at Punt Rd Oval
  • Hear about the courses on offer in partnership with Swinburne University of Technology

VIEW AN ELITE AFL TRAINING SESSION

  • Students gain an elite perspective on training and preparation for game day
  • This includes warm ups and cool downs, drills and activities, skill development, coaching styles, teamwork and leadership
  • Viewing of training sessions are subject to availability on the day of your visit

Gain an insight into Richmond Institute and sports industry pathways

  • Key information, experiences and opportunities available
  • Placement and career pathways in the sports industry
  • Tailored information to your current area of study

PARTICIPATE IN A HIGH-PERFORMANCE TRAINING SESSION

  • Train at a local elite fitness centre with exclusive access to recovery and training facilities
  • Participate in a high-performance training session designed specifically for each student’s year level

High-Performance Training Sessions catered to each year level

RICHMOND EXPERIENCE TOUR OPTIONS

Option 1

Duration: 90 minutes

*Training sessions and club tours are subject to availability on the day of your visit

Option 2

Duration: 4 hours

*Training sessions and club tours are subject to availability on the day of your visit

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TESTIMONIALS

High-Performance Training Sessions catered to each year level

Year 7/8: Athlete Testing

Specifically, designed athlete testing for your students to compare their performance against athletic norms. Includes take home results & information about altitude training.

Year 9/10: Advanced Athlete Testing

Introduction to the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA) level testing to rate their performance. Includes take home results & information about altitude training.

Year 11/12: Strength and Conditioning

Learn the big five ASCA athletic lifts in a strength circuit with expert instruction. Includes take home information about recovery, altitude training and physiological adaptations to training.
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Institute

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.