What is RLI Training Course Curriculum Program?

The RLI training course is a series of fast-paced interactive, one-day courses offered to refine a
Rotarian’s leadership skills and increase their base of knowledge in Rotary. Courses are funfilled, topical, interactive, and geared towards busy business, professional and community
leaders who want to be more effective leaders in their vocation and Rotary club and more
knowledgeable Rotarians. The topics covered are:

Course guides are reviewed every year by RLI International committee


What is the Graduate Program?

After completing the three Parts basic program, “graduates” are eligible to attend in-depth
seminars in conjunction with regular courses or as a stand-alone course. Only Rotarians who
have completed RLI Parts I, II and III are eligible to register for the Graduate course. The
Faculty Orientation course is open to those who have completed the whole RLI courses including
Graduate course and are interested to be a Faculty speaker.
The Graduate course allows more in-depth exploration of topics of interest to the candidates and
topics that explore current challenges Rotary clubs are facing.
The goal is to prepare Rotarians for leadership positions in their club and our district. Topics

Our district D3310 has been running the RLI training program since 2006. Due to the vast
geographical areas of our district which consists of 3 countries; Singapore, Brunei, Southern
Malaysia and East Malaysia, we have made the whole RLI training program including Graduate
and Faculty Orientation courses more compact to two full days instead of five full days as
recommended by RLI. This helps to save time and cost for Rotarians and encourages attendance.