Term 2 has officially come to an end for Diploma of Sport/Diploma of Leadership and Management (SIS50321/BSB50420) students.
Over the first semester, students have focused on important topics for the workplace such as Work Health and Safety, Emotional Intelligence and Promoting Health and Wellness within a business.
This saw students completing multiple assessments and assignments for the topic covered, working individually and together on group projects.
Term 2 has seen students have a key focus on Diversity and Inclusion, alongside a strong emphasis on Dreamtime.
This included hearing from key Indigenous personnel from the Richmond Football Club including staff and players.
Students were also given exclusive access into the tasks involved in planning Dreamtime at the ‘G from the design of the guernsey, to on field performances and the President’s Function.
It is vital that students have a strong knowledge, understanding and acceptance for diverse groups in a forever changing work environment and have the skills to adapt to any challenges that may arise.
Students are encouraged to be aware, united, and relentless in the face of adversity.
The topics covered are designed to give students an idea of crucial elements within the sporting industry as well as other leading industries.
Students are not only given the privilege of being surrounded by industry professional’s whilst studying the dual diploma, but are taught by teachers who have had years of experience and knowledge in the sporting field.
We have all been amazed at the academic and general support that the course offers.
“The support and encouragement given by teachers at Richmond Institute is a step above any course I’ve done before,”
“It’s really refreshing to know that there is help and support out there for those pushing themselves to commence further study” says a student.
We can’t wait for what more is to come!
This was written by Hayley, a current Diploma of Sport/Diploma of Leadership and Management (SIS50321/BSB50420) student. This course is delivered in collaboration with Swinburne University of Technology and the Richmond Football Club.