Rotary Learning & Information (RLI)
Next Course : 18 & 19 November 2017, Auckland
To register online click HERE  or  refer to the documents under "Downloads" below 
Discover the world of opportunities through Rotary to enrich your journey ahead …
The Rotary Learning & Information (RLI) course provides the opportunity for new members to start their Rotary journey with a broad understanding about Rotary that is practical and useful to enable them becoming as engaged in Rotary as they choose. No knowledge of Rotary or great experience is needed, just enthusiasm to participate.
Known internationally as Rotary Leadership Institute, RLI also provides opportunities for club and district leaders to develop and refresh their skills to become the inspired leaders they have the potential to be. Presidents, President-Elects, Presidents-Nominees and their club leadership teams, plus Assistant Governors and District Committee Chairs are strongly encouraged to attend. A typical RLI course will include both long-serving and new Rotarians.
RLI's mission is to strengthen Rotary clubs through quality education. The course is fun and interactive with three different day-long parts facilitated at the participant’s pace, designed to provide both general Rotary knowledge and develop leadership skills. Class size is limited to maximise the benefits of these discussion-based workshops. There is also a subsequent one day RLI Graduate course that focuses on transforming your Rotary club to become extraordinary with new possibilities and opportunities. It’s a new approach to creating extraordinary Rotarians!
Enthusiastic RLI graduates return to their clubs with fresh ideas, new tools, new contacts, an increased understanding of their potential as Rotarians, plus an increased motivation for Rotary service! Many of the new ideas, concepts and skills learned are also beneficial in RLI graduates’ business and personal lives.
RLI courses complement but do not replace the current role-specific Rotary training (that includes Presidents Elect Training Seminars and Leaders Elect Training Seminar / District Assembly).
You can register at any time to join an RLI course - there is no defined waiting period.
Courses are held quarterly, alternating between Auckland and Whangarei.
Clubs are encouraged to send their new members, leaders and potential leaders.
Future Courses
18 & 19 November 2017     Te Puna Hauora, 58a Akoranga Drive, Northcote, Auckland
18 March 2018                    Whangarei
10 June 2018                      Auckland
District 9910 Trainer and RLI Co-ordinator
Sue Russell
Mob: 021 2255199