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RTI’s next Open Night is August 17, 2017, starting at 5:30pm! RTI’s Open Night is a great opportunity to find out more about how RTI can help you kick-start your radio career. It’s your chance to ask as many questions as you can about our new courses! Our new Intro to Radio

RTI is excited to announce two new short courses for people curious about a career in radio. Maybe you’re not sure if radio is for you, or you’d just like to have a go and see if you love it? This is the perfect place to start!

Daniel Hilliard was part of our 2016 October intake for our Advanced Radio Course, graduating in May 2017, and moving to Dubbo to start a new job at Zoo FM just four days after graduation! RTI’s Ti Butler sat down with Dan to chat about his time at RTI, and

The next intake for RTI’s Advanced Radio Course has been announced for July 3, 2017! RTI’s Advanced Radio Course is specifically designed to meet the needs of the Australian radio industry, with emphasis on the commercial and national broadcasting industry segments. The curriculum combines practical skills development with theoretical information that

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Sandro Falce completed RTI’s Advanced Radio Course in June 2015, and after taking some time to improve and develop as a presenter, has just started at his dream station! He sat down with RTI’s Ti Butler to tell us all about his new gig So congrats on the new gig! Do

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RTI is excited to announce two brand new lecturers joining us for our Advanced Radio Course! Jack Laurence, who you might know as JK, is the anchor for Hughesy and Kate, and hosts the iHeartRadio Countdown on the KIIS Network. Jack has worked in the radio industry for the past